Don Long, Stephanie Graham, John A. Vukich, M.D., David F. Chang, M.D., Edward J. Holland, M.D., Bonnie An Henderson, M.D., Reay H. Brown, M.D., and Kerry D. Solomon, M.D.
The last 6 months have been transformative for EyeWorld and its staff. The magazine has restructured its editorial department from the top down. This reorganization began with the chief medical editors, Edward J. Holland, M.D., professor of ophthalmology, University of Cincinnati, Stephen S. Lane, M.D., clinical professor of ophthalmology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and Stephen A. Obstbaum, M.D., professor of ophthalmology, New York University School of Medicine. They will be retiring from their tenure and passing the baton to the new chief medical editor, David F. Chang, M.D., clinical professor of ophthalmology, University of California, San Francisco. He will be joined by his newly appointed associate editors: Bonnie An Henderson, M.D., assistant clinical professor of ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, cataract editor; Dr. Holland, cornea editor; Reay H. Brown, M.D., clinical professor, Emory University, Atlanta, glaucoma editor; Kerry D. Solomon, M.D., director, Carolina Eyecare Research Institute, Carolina Eyecare Physicians, refractive editor; and John A. Vukich, M.D., surgical director, Davis Duehr Dean Center for Refractive Surgery, Madison, Wis., international editor.
Stephanie Graham came on board as editor of EyeWorld. Stephanie brings with her a widespread science and medical background and is currently completing a Ph.D. in English at the University of Maryland. Stacy Majewicz was promoted to assistant editor of
EyeWorld. Stacy has been working with EyeWorld for the last 3.5 years as special projects editor, editing and managing the magazine’s supplements.
In addition, EyeWorld recently added two new writers, Faith
Hayden and Jena Passut, to its staff. Both are seasoned science journalists and will cover a number of domestic and international meetings.