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  2. About Scheie Eye Institute

    Scheie Eye Institute

    The Scheie Eye Institute is the department of opthalmology of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. It is located within the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center and is a leading center for research and treatment of disorders of the eye. In 2007, Scheie was the leading recipient of funding from the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the NIH. In 2006, Scheie was the NEI's #2 recipient.

    The institute is named after Harold G. Scheie, M.D., the medical school's first resident in ophthalmology who later became the head of the department. As department head he pioneered many new treatments and contributed significantly to the literature. After years of fundraising by Scheie, a new 72 bed, 6 story facility was opened in 1972.