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Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

Medical Retina Fellowship

In Miami, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute offers positions under the direction of Philip J. Rosenfeld, M.D., Ph.D., for a one-year medical retina fellowship beginning in July. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with the other fellowships offered through Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.

This medical retina fellowship will concentrate on the diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical retinal diseases. Emphasis will be placed on age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, inflammatory diseases, and inherited retinal degenerations. Competency in the use and interpretation of fluorescein and ICG angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), ultrasonography, and visual function tests will be achieved during this year. The fellow will have a major role in weekly OCT/fluorescein conferences, vitreoretinal conferences, and grand rounds. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing clinical research studies and initiate new clinical trials of their own.

Information and applications relating to the Fellowship Matching Program can be obtained from SF Match.

Please note: You must have a Florida State Medical License before beginning your Fellowship. You must have passed all 3 parts of the USMLE for a Florida License and have spent 2 years in the United States under direct physician supervision.

Contact:

Kathy Corser (Residency/Fellowship Program Coordinator)

P.O. Box 016880
Miami, FL 33101
800/329-7000 ext. 6391
305/326-6391
fax: 305/326-6580
Email: kcorser@med.miami.edu
h3. Medical Retina Fellowship in Palm Beach Gardens

Bascom Palmer Eye Institute offers positions under the direction of Jorge Fortun, M.D. for a one-year medical retina fellowship beginning in July at the Palm Beach Gardens satellite office. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with the other fellowships offered through Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.

This medical retina fellowship will concentrate on the diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical retinal diseases. Emphasis will be placed on age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, inflammatory diseases, and inherited retinal degenerations. Competency in the use and interpretation of fluorescein and ICG angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), ultrasonography, and visual function tests will be achieved during this year. The fellow will have access to weekly OCT/fluorescein conferences, vitreoretinal conferences, and grand rounds. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing clinical research studies and initiate new clinical trials of their own.

Information and applications relating to the Fellowship Matching Program can be obtained from SF Match.

Please note: You must have an unrestricted, full Florida State Medical License before beginning your Fellowship. You must have passed all 3 parts of the USMLE for a Florida License and have spent 2 years in the United States under direct physician supervision.

Contact:

Kathy Corser (Residency/Fellowship Program Coordinator)

P.O. Box 016880
Miami, FL 33101
800/329-7000 ext. 6391
305/326-6391
fax: 305/326-6580
Email: kcorser@med.miami.edu