It was a pleasure to speak with our esteemed Editorial Board Member, Dr Deepinder Dhaliwal (University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, USA) about her career, research interests and mentors. She also gave us her valuable insight into the biggest developments and challenges in ophthalmology today, and how she sees the field developing in the future.
1. Why did you decide to pursue a career in medicine and why, in particular, did you choose to specialise in ophthalmology? (00:38)
2. What are your research interests? (01:50)
3. Who have been your career mentors? (04:04)
4. What has been to most important development in ophthalmology in recent years? (06:30)
5. What have been the biggest challenges in ophthalmology? (07:47)
6. How do you see the field developing? (09:09)
7. What do you enjoy doing outside of work? (10:13)
Support: Interview and filming supported by Touch Medical Media Ltd. Interview conducted by Lisa Glass.
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