Excellence in subspecialty training
OHSU Casey Eye Institute serves as the Department of Ophthalmology for Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), and holds educating residents and fellows as one of its most important missions.
Ophthalmology and health care have experienced explosive innovation on many fronts. OHSU Casey Eye Institute is at the forefront of some of the most exciting developments. Casey was built to bring the latest technologies and treatments to our region, and is a leader in informatics, advanced imaging and gene therapy.
Our bold goal is eliminating preventable blindness in Oregon and beyond, and our patients are some of the first in the nation to access new therapies and treatments. For many ears, we have been ranked among the top ten NEI funded Eye Research Institutes in the U.S. Our research faculty are making significant contributions in many areas, including informatics, advanced non-invasive ophthalmic imaging, gene therapy, tele-health, inflammatory eye disease, retinal disease, glaucoma, oculoplastics, cornea, neuro-ophthalmology and public health in ophthalmology.
Fellowship programs offered
We offer fellowship opportunities in the following major ophthalmic subspecialty areas, and each program provides extensive clinical, research and teaching experience:
- Cornea Fellowship
- Glaucoma Fellowship
- Medical Contact Lens Fellowship
- Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
- Ophthalmic Genetics Fellowship
- Pediatric Fellowship
- Uveitis and Clinical Ocular Immunology Fellowship
- Vision 2020 Latin America Fellowship
- Vitreoretinal Surgical Fellowship
Apply to our fellowships
OHSU Casey Eye Institute participates in the matching program sponsored by the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology (AUPO). Contact them regarding match information at 415 447-0350 or www.SFMATCH.org.