1. OHSU physician honored for co-invention of eye-imaging technology

    OHSU physician honored for co-invention of eye-imaging technology

    An ophthalmologist and researcher at Oregon Health & Science University Casey Eye Institute is being honored for co-inventing an eye imaging technology that is widely used to diagnose and guide treatment for people with the leading causes of blindness. David Huang, M.D., Ph.D. , will be awarded a Visionary Prize from the Sanford and Susan Greenberg Prize to End Blindness during a live-streamed ceremony on Dec. 14. Huang is among 13 scientists sharing $3 million in prizes for their scientific and medical contributions to ending blindness. National Geographic highlighted some of the award winners in a Dec. 3 story . Huang ...

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    1. “I am inspired by Dr. Sanford Greenberg’s vision to end blindness and humbled to be recognized along with Prof. Jim Fujimoto and Eric Swanson for the development of optical coherence tomography, a very sensitive imaging technology widely used to detect and diagnose eye diseases...At the Casey Eye Institute, we are continuing to work on ending all preventable blindness by advancing diagnostic technologies, broadening community outreach, and providing cutting edge treatments.
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