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The goal of the Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Abrahamson Pediatric Eye Institute, is to train future leaders in pediatric ophthalmology through clinical experience, research education and individualized career development. The strength of our fellowship training program stems from our faculty, institution, and clinical volume / complexity.
Our division performs over 800 annual surgeries. The fellow’s surgical experience includes approximately 270 total surgeries, including approximately:
Surgical wetlab and simulator opportunities are available for developing skills beyond the operating room. Additionally, subspecialty experiences are available in pediatric retina, cornea, uveitis, genetics, oncology, low vision, oculoplastics and aphakic contact lens management.
Our division has more than 27,000 patient encounters per year. We screen over 400 unique premature infants annually for retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). The fellow performs weekly ROP inpatient rounds with a faculty mentor.
Candidate interviews are by invitation from the program and will be held on:
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is a national leader in pediatric health care and attracts patients from all over the world. US News and World Report ranks it among the top three pediatric hospitals in the nation. Our research programs comprise the second highest recipient of National Institutes of Health funding (~$100,000,000) among all children's hospitals and pediatric departments nationwide. Cincinnati Children's is a freestanding hospital with 475 beds and is academically affiliated with the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine.
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