A one-year fellowship in global ophthalmology is administered through the Kellogg Eye Center for International Ophthalmology. The international fellowship is dedicated to training the next leaders in global eye care and blindness prevention.
Educational objectives of the fellowship include:
- Become proficient in clinical, surgical, and diagnostic techniques common in resource-limited settings
- Gain experience in research practices and priorities for addressing important issues in the delivery of eye care in the developing world
These objectives will be achieved through hands-on clinical and research work with Kellogg partner institutions abroad. The fellow will spend a minimum of six months outside the United States in order to meet these educational objectives.