International retina fellows spend about 80 percent of their time engaged in research, about 10 percent seeing clinical patients and about 10 percent observing vitreoretinal surgery at LLUEI
International retina fellows also are expected to engage in research. Time is set aside for conducting experiments and writing manuscripts, typically two or three half days each week. Fellows, working under the supervision of Dr. Chalam, Dr. Rauser, Dr. Sierpina, and Dr. Shen, have their choice of areas in which to conduct their research.
International retina fellows are accepted on a rolling basis. International fellows must have completed a retina fellowship in their home country.
To apply for an international fellowship, please e-mail your CV and subspecialty of interest to our Department of Ophthalmology Fellowship Coordinator Ana Polanco at [email protected]
Feb 24, 2022
Loma Linda, California