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Our Application Deadline is November 1, 2020

Ophthalmology Residency Program

David Diloreto

David A. DiLoreto, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
Director of the Eye Institute

The Flaum Eye Institute's Residency Program is designed to model expertly trained clinical and research oriented ophthalmologists. We want our residents to become recognized leaders in patient care, research and education. Working under close supervision of our faculty members, residents are required to meet the standards of the American Board of Ophthalmology and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

Welcome from the Director

Our Residency by the Numbers

3082

Surgical Cases

90000 +

Annual Visits

77 %

Graduates go on to Sub-specialty Fellowships

What Sets Us Apart

Curriculum

Diverse training exposure resulting in variety of career pursuits upon graduation – fellowships including retina and cornea, academics, and private practice.

Research

The Eye Institute is a Center of Excellence that brings together basic scientists and clinical faculty from across the university campus, along with corporate partners, to conduct translational research focused on high priority issues identified by the National Eye Institute.

Enrichment

Residency at Flaum includes opportunities to explore your curiosity through protected research rotations, travel and present at international conferences, or spend a month at our sister institution the L.V. Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad India.

Discover the Ophthalmology Residency

What Our Residents Say...

“I still remember our welcome breakfast as if it were yesterday,” Nate Simmons, M.D., said. “There have been innumerable changes throughout my residency, but the single consistency has been the wonderful team of co-workers. During my interview, Dr. Feldon and Dr. Hammond sold me on the family atmosphere and supportive culture of Flaum, and they could not have been more accurate. I am forever grateful to have had the opportunity to learn and grow and want to thank everyone for the teaching, patience, mentorship, dedication, and laughter.”

“Even as a medical student coming in for an away rotation, I was quickly able to see how close-knit the family at Flaum Eye Institute was,” Alyse Richard, M.D., said. “It was a major factor in solidifying my choice to come here for residency. This place will always hold a special space in my heart. I will miss all of you and am sad to be leaving such an intelligent, resilient and wonderful group of people.”

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