- Interim Chair: Shahzad I. Mian, MD
- Clinical faculty: 88
- Research faculty: 18
- Collaborating research faculty: 10
- Endowed professorships: 21
- Institutional organization: The Kellogg Eye Center is home to the University of Michigan Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, which is part of the University of Michigan Medical School and Michigan Medicine. The Department of Ophthalmology was established in 1872
Education and Training
- Residency Program Director: Bradford L. Tannen, M.D., J.D., M.B.A.
- Residents: 21
- Fellowship Program Director: Wayne T. Cornblath, MD
- Clinical fellows: 15
- Research fellows: 12
- Alumni: 544 active US and international alumni
- 1904: 1,400 patient visits to the Eye & Ear Ward
- 1985: 36,852 visits to the newly opened Kellogg Eye Center
- FY 2022 all locations: 222,000 patient visits and 10,300 surgical procedures
- 1884: End-of-year balance in the Eye & Ear Ward Treasury = $2.77
- FY 2022:
- Kellogg Clinics and Ambulatory Surgery Budget = $76M
- Kellogg Research Funding = $8 million in Federal grants and 3 million in Non-Federal Grants.
# 1 in Michigan - U.S. News & World Report Best Adult Ophthalmology Hospitals
- # 8 in the United States - U.S. News & World Report Best Adult Ophthalmology Hospitals
- #9 in the United States - Doximity Residency Navigator
- # 6 in the United States - Ophthalmology Times Best Residency Programs Survey
- #6 for Best Program: Clinical Care
- #5 for Best Program: Research
- #6 Best Program: Residency
Medical and Educational Facilities
- The 8-story Brehm Tower, a 230,000 sq. ft. addition to the Kellogg Eye Center, with 9 eye clinics, 6 operating rooms, and suites for refractive surgery and cosmetic surgery.
- The Roger W. Kittendorf Resident Education Center offers classroom space, a resident lounge including lockers and on-call room, a surgical wet lab, and a surgery simulator center.
- Supporting services include genetic counseling, ophthalmic photography, diagnostic electrophysiological testing, and ocular prosthetics. Our 22 research laboratories are located in the Brehm Tower and in the adjoining Kellogg research tower.
- In addition to our primary location in Ann Arbor, we have seven community clinics to serve patients in surrounding communities: Ann Arbor, Brighton, Canton, Chelsea, Grand Blanc, Northville, and Ypsilanti.
- The Veterans Affairs Hospital is a 105-bed acute care facility. The VA Ophthalmology Clinic has 16 exam lanes, plus an ophthalmic photography/ultrasound room and resident office space. Residents and faculty who staff this clinic conduct more than 18,952 patient visits and perform 1,219 surgical procedures in FY2019.
- Michigan Ophthalmology Trainee Career Development Award (MOTCDA): Merit-based funding is available for faculty-mentored projects in clinical care delivery, education, health administration, basic science, clinical and translational research, and international health. Since 2013, Kellogg residents have received MOTCDA grants totaling over $103,000.00 and have participated in outreach and research projects in Nepal, the United Kingdom, Italy, Taiwan, India and Ethiopia, and Jamaica.
- Joint Internship with Internal Medicine: Offered in collaboration with the Department of Internal Medicine, the PGY1 program provides an opportunity to develop ophthalmic clinical and surgical skills, as well as participate in ambulatory and urgent care. Additional goals include team-building with residents and faculty and systems-based care at Michigan Medicine and the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, allowing for a seamless transition to the PGY2 year.
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Kellogg sponsors UMMS medical students to attend the annual American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Student Engagement Day to participate in the Minority Ophthalmology Mentoring (MOM) program. Kellogg also funds three medical students for the Health Equity Ophthalmology Summer Program (HEOSP) to support research focusing on evaluation of inequities in eye care. This HEOSP is open to all US medical students. Also, Kellogg has created and funded the Michigan Ophthalmology Pipeline (MOP) Program which is a longitudinal mentorship program for URiM students to garner near-peer and faculty mentorship, as well as earlier exposure to the field of ophthalmology to build interest.