Sadun Research Fellowship in Ophthalmology
The Sadun Ophthalmology Research Fellowship provides students who are interested in pursuing a career in ophthalmology with the necessary tools, skills, and experiences to become leaders in ophthalmology and vision research.
As the Chair of the Doheny Eye Institute and Vice-Chair of Ophthalmology at UCLA, Dr. Alfreo A. Sadun, MD PhD is a world-renowned neuro-ophthalmologist, specializing in diseases of the optic nerve. Publishing over 330 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Sadun is committed to training the next generation of medical students to become leaders in ophthalmology , working with students for over 35 years from Harvard, to USC, and now UCLA. The Sadun laboratory has received NIH funding for over 25 years and students have consistently secured prestigious research grant awards and presented at national conferences. Given the productive spirit of the Sadun Lab in conjunction with a robust network of international research collaborations , students have a track record of publishing numerously in prestigious scientific journals and go on to hold academic positions at top research institutions. The Sadun research fellowship provides students with a plethora of both basic and clinical science research With his flexibility and commitment as a mentor, medical students have successfully balanced their research endeavors simultaneously with medical school, and many have pursued yearlong research fellowships with him.
To learn more about how to get involved, please contact Dr. Sadun’s lab coordinator: Samuel Asanad at email@example.com
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Application deadline: March 15 (Attachment). For more information, please contact Sherria McDowell, MPH, Senior Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-241-8276.