Moran CORE – Educational Resources

Open source ophthalmology education for students, residents, fellows, healthcare workers, and clinicians. Produced by the Moran Eye Center in partnership with the Eccles Library

Medical College of Wisconsin – Educational Resources

This is a collection of case studies to help you get an insight on the typical history and initial examination of various ophthalmic disorders. The discussion, although brief, is intended to give you a simple overview of each disease. The questions at the end of each case are a good review for M3 Ophthalmology rotation final examination. Feel free to contact Judy Hoggatt, MD, with any questions regarding the cases.

PIVOT MedEd – Educational Resources

PIVOT MedEd is Partners In Virtual and Online Teaching in Medical Education who are working together as a community of educators to create and curate resources to help each other pivot the curriculum for medical learners during a pandemic, such as the one we’re facing right now with COVID-19.

PIVOT’s philosophy is simple: curation is key. They are focused on identifying the resources which should provide you with the greatest support, specifically:

(1) open-access resources,

(2) resources and platforms that require no (or minimal) personal information,

(3) lack of evident bias, and

(4) relevance to health professional educators and their learners.


Date: Thursday June 23, 2022

Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Topic: A Review of HSV

Speaker: Dr. Joshua Teichman

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Learning Objectives:   

1. Review the fundamentals of HSV

2. Discuss the classification system of HSV 3.Explore treatment options of HSV

DOVS CORNEA VIDEO LEARNING SERIES – The Altered Pupil: Fix It or Replace It 

Date: Thursday May 19, 2022 

Time: 7:30PM – 9:00 PM

Topic: The Altered Pupil: Fix It or Replace It.

Speaker: Dr. Bradon Ayres

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1. To understand the clinical indications of pupilloplasty

2. To appreciate the differing surgical techniques of pupilloplasty

3. To be able to apply basic principles of pupilloplasty