Alumni/Residents' Day, May 31, 2013

Dr. Quillen

On Friday, May 31, the Hamilton Eye Institute celebrated the graduation of its senior residents and instructors at the 42nd Annual Ophthalmology Alumni/Residents' Day. The event included case and research presentations by residents and faculty, but the centerpiece of the program was the 23rd George K. Kambara, MD, Distinguished Visiting Professorship Lecture presented by David A. Quillen, MD, the George and Barbara Blankenship Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology, and Director of the Penn State Hershey Eye Center in Hershey, Penn.

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Dr. Quillen offered lively discussion during the residents' presentations, and his lecture, "Most Missed Maculopathies," was outstanding and extremely well received. Following Dr. Quillen's presentation, an award was presented to him by Natalie C. Kerr, MD, FACS, Hiatt Professor of Ophthalmology and HEI Residency Program director, in gratitude for his outstanding service as the 23rd Kambara Distinguished Visiting Professor.

We offer our deepest gratitude to Dr. Quillen for his participation in the 42nd Annual Alumni/Residents' Day.