Linda A. Lam MD, MBA is the Vice Chair of Satellite Clinical Affairs and an Associate Professor in Ophthalmology at the USC Keck School of Medicine. She also serves as the Medical Director of USC Roski Eye Institute Arcadia. She attended Brown University where she graduated with honors in Neuroscience. Dr. Lam received her medical degree with honors at Cornell University Medical College, where she also performed a research fellowship on retinal cell physiology. She completed her residency at the Cole Eye Institute at Cleveland Clinic, before her medical and surgical vitreoretinal fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital and the Retina Group of Washington. Dr. Lam has authored many peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in retinal diseases. She has lectured both internationally and nationally on retinal disease and research, as well as innovations in technology in ophthalmology. She is a graduate of the executive MBA program at the USC Marshall School of Business. Dr. Lam is on the Board of Directors at the Braille Institute of America and the American Academy of Ophthalmology Committee on Vision Rehabilitation. Her research interests include innovations in macular degeneration treatment, vitreoretinal surgery, and technology to aid visually impaired individuals worldwide. Dr. Lam is the Chief Scientific and Strategy Officer for Ocutrx Vision Technologies that developed an Augmented Reality device Oculenz to aid patients who are visually impaired.