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February 1, 2021

2021 Residency Match

We are pleased to announce the resident class of 2025. This accomplished group of physicians will join the Kellogg Eye Center in July 2021 for their joint Internal Medicine preliminary year.

Pupil of an eye with world map being reflected in the eye
December 7, 2020

We’re Watching the World Go Blind

Three researchers say eye care accessibility around the globe isn’t keeping up with an aging population, posing challenges for eye care professionals over the next 30 years.

Protective shield installed on a slit lamp
March 29, 2020

Protective Hygienic Shield for Eye Exams

U-M researchers have developed an improved breath shield for use with slit lamps and other instruments. The shield is designed to protect both the eye care professional and the patient from the other's respiratory droplets and other secretions during the eye exam. Download the full set of design files.

Cover of the 2020 U-M Kellogg Eye Center Annual Report
January 20, 2020

2019 Kellogg Eye Center Annual Report

Top ranked University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center has released its 2019 annual report, chronicling research advances, groundbreaking innovation, improved patient safety and effectiveness of care, alumni updates and news of global outreach initiatives.

stem cell with two arrows going in different directions coming out of the sides
January 13, 2020

A Simple Twist of Cell Fate

U-M researchers are shedding new light on the ways in which two omnipresent proteins can influence the fate of stem cells during development — with exciting implications for research and health.

Drs. Joshua Ehrlich, Christine Nelson, and Scott Lawrence
October 21, 2019

World Sight Day 2019 at Kellogg

World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness coordinated by IAPB to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairments.

Image of Vancouver with ARVO 2019 and Kellogg Eye Center logo
April 27, 2019

Kellogg Eye Center at ARVO 2019

See what sight-saving work will be presented by Kellogg Eye Center eye and vision researchers at this year's Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology annual meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia.

February 19, 2019

Osteogenesis Imperfecta Poses Vision Risks

One of the lesser-known consequences of osteogenesis imperfecta – brittle bone disease – is an increased risk of eye diseases like glaucoma. Patients of all ages should receive annual ophthalmic screenings.