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DR. KESEN CO-AUTHORS RECENTLY PUBLISHED RESEARCH.

Posted on 3/10/2015

Dr. Muge Kesen co-authored an article published in The Journal of Immunology titled Retina-Specific T- Regulatory Cells Bring About Resolution and Maintain Remission of Autoimmune Uvetis.

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E.J. VAN LIERE MEMORIAL CONVOCATION & HSC RESEARCH DAY

Posted on 2/10/2015

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THE WVU EYE INSTITUTE RECEIVES NATIONAL EYE INSTITUTE FUNDING

Posted on 1/28/2015

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GLAUCOMA RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Posted on 9/25/2014

Ronald L. Gross, M.D., article featured in the September publication of Glaucoma Research Foundation.

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OPHTHALMOLOGY TIMES EUROPE

Posted on 9/23/2014

Ronald L. Gross, M.D., was featured in the September issue of "Ophthalmology Times Europe."

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BARDES ARVO AWARD

Posted on 7/17/2014

Dr. Allison Bardes receives 2014 ARVO Travel Grant Award

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ANNUAL MEETING

Posted on 7/11/2014

Drs Kesen and Voldman speak at WVAEPS Conference

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WVU EYE INSTITUTE RECEIVES GRANT FOR APPALACHIAN VISION OUTREACH PROGRAM

Posted on 7/11/2014

The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation recently provided the West Virginia University Eye Institute with a $115,000 grant to assist the Appalachian Vision Outreach Program (AVOP).

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DIABETES VIDEO WITH DR. GHORAYEB

Posted on 11/14/2013

In recognition of National Diabetes Month, watch Dr. Ghassan Ghorayeb, retina specialist at the WVU Eye Institute being interviewed with a patient by local news WBOY about the importance of regular exams.

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EYE INSTITUTE IS STRESSING IMPORTANTANCE OF EYE CARE DURING NATIONAL DIABETES MONTH

Posted on 11/6/2013

In recognition of National Diabetes Month, the WVU Eye Institute is reminding all patients with diabetes that having regular eye exams is as important as watching their diet and keeping track of their blood sugar.

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DR. CHARLTON - MOST LOYAL FACULTY MOUNTAINEER

Posted on 11/4/2013

Dr. Judie Charlton was named Most Loyal Faculty Mountaineer for Mountaineer Week.

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DR. ZVI KRESCH AWARDED FELLOWSHIP.

Posted on 11/4/2013

Dr. Zvi Kresch awarded a fellowship with the Himalayan Cataract Project.

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WVU EYE INSTITUTE RECEIVES GRANT FOR CHILDREN’S OUTREACH INITIATIVE IN CENTRAL W.VA.

Posted on 7/25/2013

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation recently awarded the WVU Eye Institute a grant of $73,647 to continue its Children’s Vision Outreach Program (CVRP) in the Greater Kanawha Valley area.  

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WVU EYE INSTITUTE RECEIVES BENEDUM GRANT TO ASSIST STATE RESIDENTS WITH SIGHT PROBLEMS

Posted on 7/25/2013

The West Virginia University Eye Institute's Appalachian Vision Outreach Program (AVOP) is getting a financial boost from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation.

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DR. JENNIFER SIVAK JOINS ESTEEMED ORBIT SOCIETY

Posted on 7/19/2013

WVU Department of Ophthalmology faculty member Jennifer Sivak, MD, was recently accepted into the international Orbit Society.

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NEW STUDY BY DR. TONY REALINI DEMONSTRATES LUMENIS SLT AS A POWERFUL TOOL FOR REDUCING GLAUCOMA-RELATED BLINDNESS IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD

Posted on 6/27/2013

Lumenis Ltd. announced today that the company is pledging its support to the work of Tony Realini, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, West Virginia University, in improving standards of care for glaucoma patients in underserved populations. Dr. Realini is the author of a recent study demonstrating the benefits of selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) for the treatment of primary open-angle glaucoma in an African-ancestry population in St. Lucia.

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ON CALL

Posted on 5/22/2013

A newsletter for referring providers of WVU Healthcare May/June 2013 edition.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO FIVE OF OUR CLINICAL FACULTY FOR BEING SELECTED BY THEIR PATIENTS AS TOP PROVIDERS.

Posted on 5/15/2013

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MAY IS HEALTHY VISION MONTH

Posted on 5/2/2013

May is Healthy Vision Month, and doctors at the West Virginia University Eye Institute are taking the opportunity to stress the importance of regular vision care for children and adults. Vision changes as people get older, but vision loss is not a normal part of aging.

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