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Stay up to date on the latest breakthroughs in our field, cutting-edge research, and patient success stories. Learn how we realized our dream in the latest Vision magazine.

ARVO Foundation names 2024 winners of Dr. David L. Epstein Award

The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Foundation announced today the 2024 recipients of the Dr. David L. Epstein Award: Yvonne Ou, MD (mentor) and Tyson Kim, MD, PhD. They will be granted an $100,000 award to support a collaborative project related to glaucoma.

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2024 Gould Syndrome Research Challenge Launching on Rare Disease Day (2/29)

We're thrilled to announce a new challenge to raise $200,000 to support Gould Syndrome research, beginning on Rare Disease Day on February 29 and continuing until Gould Syndrome Awareness Day April 12, 2024.

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Welcome the Newest Member of the All May See Team!

Please join All May See Foundation in welcoming Ms. Talia Zankman as our new Donor Relations Specialist. The Donor Relations Specialist plays a vital role in developing and implementing strategies to build and maintain strong relationships with donors and supporters of All May See. 

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Thank you for a Wonderful Year!

As we step into the new year, we express deep gratitude for your steadfast support in advancing All May See Foundation's mission.

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Last Call – Illuminate Our Year with Your Support 🌟

As we approach the year's end, we are asking for your support. Your unwavering dedication to propelling cutting-edge vision research, drawing top talent to UCSF Ophthalmology and the Francis I. Proctor Foundation, ensuring exceptional patient care, and championing equal access to vision services has left an indelible mark. Thanks to supporters like you, we've achieved remarkable strides in our pioneering efforts.

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Celebrating UCSF Ophthalmology – November 4!

On November 4 in conjunction with AAO 2023 events held in San Francisco - UCSF Department of Ophthalmology, Francis I. Proctor Foundation, Frederick C. Cordes Eye Society, H. Bruce Ostler Association of Proctor Fellows, and All May See Foundation, hosted a faculty and alumni reception and paid tribute to Robert L. Stamper, MD on his recent retirement.

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2nd Lap for Landon Event Raises Awareness for Gould Syndrome

A St. Louis family organized a second fundraising walk on Saturday, October 21, in honor of their son, Landon who was diagnosed with Gould Syndrome. Over 170 people gathered in St. Louis, on a beautiful sunny day to celebrate Landon's second birthday and to participate in the 2nd annual walk.

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All May See Foundation Announces $300,000 in New Faculty Awards

All May See Foundation is pleased to announce the following new faculty awards, approved at its October 2023 Board meeting, to the UCSF Department of Ophthalmology,

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World Sight Day 2023

World Sight Day is an International Day of Awareness, held each year on the second Thursday of October and coordinated by The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB). This year, World Sight Day is Thursday, October 12, 2023.

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UCSF ophthalmologists complete overseas training in small incision cataract surgery (SICS)

This July, Neeti Parikh, MD and Madeline Yung, MD traveled to Kathmandu, Nepal to complete SICS training at the world-renowned Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology.

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Matilda Chan, MD, PhD receives NIH/NEI R21 Award

Congratulations to Matilda Chan, MD, PhD, on her recent award of a National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Eye Institute (NEI) R21 grant develop a novel mouse model for Fuchs dystrophy based on the most common genetic alteration associated with Fuchs (TCF4 trinucleotide repeat).

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Madeline Yung, MD graduates from Teaching Scholars Program

Congratulations to Madeline Yung, MD on her recent graduation from the Teaching Scholars Program.

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