Ophthalmology/Eye Institute

Our eye care physicians offer a wide range of services including routine eye exams, contact lenses, LASIK, as well as numerous medical and surgical treatments.

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Our eye care physicians offer a wide range of services including routine eye exams, contact lenses, LASIK, as well as numerous medical and surgical treatments.

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Eye Institute, Froedtert Hospital
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Westbrook Health Center
Waukesha, Wisconsin
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Moorland Reserve
New Berlin, Wisconsin
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Vision Research:  Our cutting edge vision research and clinical trials investigate a wide variety of eye diseases while advancing the way we treat our patients.

Vision Research

Our cutting edge vision research and clinical trials investigate a wide variety of eye diseases while advancing the way we treat our patients.

Education: We are proud to train medical students, residents, fellows, and graduate students to be the next generation of vision care professionals.

Education

We are proud to train medical students, residents, fellows, and graduate students to be the next generation of vision care professionals.

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Ophthalmology / Eye Institute News

Clinical Trial Compares Three Drugs for Diabetic Macular Edema

Feb. 23 - Eye Institute researchers collaborated with colleagues at 88 U.S. sites on a clinical trial that found that Eylea (aflibercept) provided greater visual improvement to patients with moderate or worse vision loss caused by diabetic macular edema than either Avastin (bevacizumab) or Lucentis (ranibizumab). Dr. Judy Kim (Ophthalmology) led the Froedtert & MCW component of the study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Health Canal

Study compares three drugs for diabetic macular edema

Feb. 18 - Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), in coordination with investigators at 88 clinical sites nationwide, have found Eylea (aflibercept) provided greater visual improvement to patients with moderate or worse vision loss caused by diabetic macular edema (DME) than either Avastin (bevacizumab) or Lucentis (ranibizumab).

Drs. Carroll and DeYoe Receive $2 Million NIH Grant to Study Causes of Albinism

Jan. 20 - Joseph Carroll, PhD, (Ophthalmology) and Edgar DeYoe, PhD, (Radiology) are co-principal investigators of a four-year, $2 million grant from the National Eye Institute to study the specific parts of the visual system responsible for vision loss in albinism. Wauwatosa Now

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