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          Opening Soon! UFHealth at The Oaks

          Grand Opening January 21, 2020 at 8:00 am. UF Health The Oaks will feature ophthalmology, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) and audiology services in the former Sears space at The Oaks Mall.

          about us

          Committed to the Pursuit of Excellence

          Quality Care

          The Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Florida is committed to the pursuit of excellence in all its missions. We believe that the success of our department depends on the quality of the clinical care we provide to our patients, in training outstanding future ophthalmologists and scientists, and in developing new knowledge and innovative therapies for vision threatening diseases.

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          multiple clinical sites

          State of the Art Facilities

          The clinical sites at the UF Health Eye Center – Medical Plaza and UF Health Eye Center – Hampton Oaks see approximately 32,000 patients annually with both routine and complex ocular problems. There is a state-of-the-art iLASIK refractive suite at Hampton Oaks. Faculty of the pride themselves on providing compassionate, skilled, and cutting-edge care; covering all the ophthalmic subspecialties. We serve a large referral base and patients travel long distances to benefit from our expertise.

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          Superior Resident training

          Highest Surgical Numbers

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          Groundbreaking researchers

          NIH Funded Research

          Faculty members in the Department of Ophthalmology conduct groundbreaking research in basic and translational arenas. Key research areas include the development of gene therapy for retinal and macular degenerations, retinal neuro-protection, photo-transduction, wound healing, and the treatment of herpetic eye infections. Research is funded by grants from the NIH and other organizations, as well as privately endowed funds. The department also conducts clinical research and recently completed a clinical gene therapy trial for treatment of Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis, based on treatment modalities developed by our scientists. Our Vision Research Center provides support to nine departments and six colleges involved with vision research.

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          ophthalmology news

          Guest Lecturer

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          Kari Basso, Ph.D. Director & Scientist Mass Spectrometry Research & Education Center “Quantitative Lipidomics & Proteomics – A Systems…

          Lunch Seminar, Clinical Translational Aging…

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          Please join our Clinical Translational Aging Research Seminar with speaker Dr. William Hauswirth, Tuesday, November 12, 12:00-1:00 pm, CTRB…

          William Hauswrith

          Bioengineering and Machine Learning in the Eye!

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          The annual Center for Vision Research symposium begins TODAY at NOON in the McKnight Brain Institute auditorium (LG-101A). This conference will focus…

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