The Medical College of Wisconsin Residency Training Program in Ophthalmology is designed to prepare resident physicians to achieve sufficient professional ability to practice competently and independently in the diagnosis and management of medical and surgical diseases of the eye. Full-time faculty with a wide range of subspecialty interests and a commitment to teaching, a diverse patient population and excellent clinical and research facilities all contribute to the fulfillment of this objective.
In addition to the three-year residency available at the Eye Institute, fellowship training is available to ophthalmology residents planning careers in academic ophthalmology or those interested in additional subspecialty training. Two-year fellowship programs are available in Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery and in Orbital and Oculoplastic Surgery.
Department of Ophthalmology CME Programs
First Wednesday of the Month
7 - 8:15 a.m.
Eye Institute Lower Level Conference Room
Eye Institute Annual Symposium
Medical College of Wisconsin
Midwinter Retina Symposium
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Teaching and case presentation conferences (including Grand Rounds, Rotating Clinical Conferences, Morbidity and Mortality Conference, Fluorescein Angiography Conference and Cataract Conference) allows residents, fellows and medical students to establish a broad knowledge base in ophthalmology.
Clinical Conference Schedule
Distinguished Lecture Series