21st Annual Ophthalmology Alumni/Residents' Day


Dr. Traboulsi (at podium)

Friday, June 1, faculty, alumni and residents of the Hamilton Eye Institute convened for the 41st Annual Ophthalmology Alumni/Residents' Day. The event included case and research presentations by residents and faculty, but the centerpiece of the program was the George K. Kambara, MD, Distinguished Visiting Professorship Lecture presented by Elias I. Traboulsi, MD, vice-chair for Education, professor of Ophthalmology, and head of the Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Cole Eye Institute, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

Drs. Traboulsi and Haik watch Dr. Mills work on the HEI surgical simulator

Dr. Traboulsi participated in numerous Q & A sessions following resident lectures, and his lecture, "Differential Diagnosis and Management of the Patient with Ectopia Lentis with Emphasis on Marfan Syndrome," was of very high interest to the audience of physicians and residents. Following his presentation, Dr. Kerr presented a plaque to Dr. Traboulsi in gratitude for his outstanding service at the 22nd Kambara Distinguished Visiting Professor.

We offer our deepest gratitude to Dr. Traboulsi for his participation in the 41st Annual Alumni/Residents' Day.

HEI faculty and residents with Dr. Traboulsi

Plaque presented to Dr. Traboulsi