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OIS All Stars

By Jackie Wengrod | July 2, 2020
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OIS Index Rebounds from March Lows

By Michael Lachman | May 14, 2020

The OIS Index of ophthalmic stocks gained 12.2% in April, participating in the market rebound from the mid-March lows that led to the best month…

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OIS Index Down in February

OIS Index Down in February

By Michael Lachman | March 3, 2020

The OIS Index of ophthalmic stocks declined 9.6% in February, tracking the declines for medical device stocks (-8.7%) and the broader US stock market (-8.4%),…

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OIS Index Gained 2%+ in Jan

By Michael Lachman | February 5, 2020

The OIS Index of ophthalmic stocks gained 2.1% in January, outperforming medical device stocks (+0.1%), the biotech sector (-5.6%%), and the broader US stock market…

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Opthea’s Star Brightens for Stakeholders

Opthea’s Star Brightens for Stakeholders

By Keith Croes | October 30, 2019

It’s been a good year for Opthea Ltd., a biotechnology company based in Melbourne, Australia. It’s listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), trading as…

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Competition, in Name Only

Competition, in Name Only

By Craig Simak | October 18, 2019

When OIS began 11 years ago, there was nothing like it. We created a unique meeting that catered to industry while others were CME focused.…

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Alex Gorsky

Alex Gorsky

By Jackie Wengrod | August 21, 2019

Alex Gorsky is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Johnson & Johnson and the seventh person to serve as Chairman and…

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Jose Sahel

José Sahel, MD

By Danielle Silva | July 10, 2019

José-Alain Sahel is a clinician-scientist conducting research in retinal degenerative diseases. His main interests focus on cellular & molecular mechanisms underlying retinal degeneration, and development…

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Ellie Chabi

Ellie Chabi, MD

By Jackie Wengrod | October 24, 2018

Ellie Chabi, MD is the Therapeutic Area Head for Glaucoma & Neuroprotection as well as the Lead for Artificial Intelligence Programs within Global Biomedical Science…

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Where Digital Health Fits in Ophthalmology

Panel: Where Digital Health Fits in Ophthalmology

By Karen Blum | October 25, 2017

GAITHERSBURG, MD – Trusting Digital Health devices to identify slow-progressing eye diseases like glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy may make sense, but trained ophthalmologists, not machines,…

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