The LVPEI Education Experience
- A taste of India
- Happy To Be Here
- I cannot think of a better way to learn
- At LVPEI on a 3-week clinical rotation
- Back to the basics!
- MIT - India Program
- LVPEI hosts 4 students under MIT - India Program
- A meaningful learning experience
- A learning environment with lessons for life
- You guys are ahead of us
Thank you - January 2, 2013
Respected madam (Dr Subhadra Jalali)
My learning with you was unique in the last three months. Apart from learning (about) retina, I had the opportunity to understand you as a different person. Your dedication, simplicity, affection, teaching skills, egoless behaviour, intelligence and above all humbleness has touched me immensely and hopefully I would contribute 1 % of what u have done to mankind by at least incorporating some of your qualities. This posting has provided me a new outlook into retinal disorders. We always tried to challenge your energy levels in OR and OPD but we failed each time. We always wondered from where you could get this energy. You shall always remain as an inspiration for us fellows throughout our life. Enjoyed every day of your posting...Thank you for giving me opportunity to work with you.
A vote of thanks
It has been a privilege to be a fellow in this world-renowned eye hospital and I am really thankful to all the staff. The contribution you are making in the fight against blindness is incredible and it is a pleasure to see you serving so many blind people. The knowledge I have gained here will help me to serve the needy people in my country, Nepal. I think this is the best place to learn ophthalmology as the hospital has the latest technologies.
Dr Eliya Shrestha
(Short-term fellow in ophthalmic plastic surgery, orbit and ocular oncology)
Himalaya Eye Hospital
August 3, 2009
Dr Mohd Javed Ali, long-term fellow in ophthalmic plastic surgery at LVPEI, Hyderabad, has been awarded a scholarship for ICOO 2009 in Cambridge. This is the first time such a grant has been offered at an ISOO meeting.
August 4, 2009
At the moment, I am in New Zealand doing an oculoplastics fellowship at University of Auckland … This is a wonderful fellowship program and I am trying to make best of it. Just wanted to mention how much I am thankful to LVPEI for my training, the way it is recognized everywhere, in all the parts of the world. Just yesterday, my Prof complimented me saying LVPEI training is considered at par with any international training. Needless to say, I had a great experience working with ORBIS for a year and nine months.
University of Auckland