The University of Iowa Cornea fellowship has a long history of training fellows for academic careers as well as private practice. The wealth of clinical material and excellent referral system at the University of Iowa enables the fellow to care for an unusually broad range of patients and offers an excellent opportunity for acquiring skills and experience needed to master this subspecialty.
The Cornea Service at the University of Iowa manages a wide variety of medical and surgical problems related to the anterior segment. The fellow will be given an opportunity to progress as rapidly as possible commensurate with his or her ability. The goal of the fellowship is to train the individual to successfully manage a referral cornea practice in an academic or private setting. In addition, the fellows teaching capabilities will be developed by working closely with residents and faculty.
Ample opportunity to engage in clinical research projects and to pursue additional laboratory research is also available depending upon the interest and previous training of the fellow. Current research includes ocular surface disease investigations, confocal microscopy, antibiotic protocols, transplant rejection immunology, corneal topography and refractive surgery.
The fellow will obtain surgical experience during the year and will perform surgery with increasing autonomy as his or her skills progress. Experience in refractive surgery techniques is also an important part of the training.
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Kenneth Goins, MD, Fellowship Director
Department of Ophthalmology
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
200 Hawkins Drive, Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1091
E-mail may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (319) 356-2861
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