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Dr Steve Levasseur began his Fellowship in Vitreoretinal Surgery at the Sydney Eye Hospital after having completed his ophthalmology training in Vancouver, Canada.

He is very excited to have the opportunity to learn from and work alongside some of the world leaders in the field of  vitreoretinal surgery.

After completing his fellowship, he plans to return to Canada to work as a consultant in a tertiary care centre.

Post update August 2018: Dr Steve Levasseur can now be found at http://www.retinabc.ca/

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Aida completed her ophthalmology training in Malaysia.

She hopes that this fellowship will enable her to further polish her surgical skills and enhance her knowledge to provide good cornea and anterior segment services for the patients back home.

She looks forward to learning from other renowned experts in the field at Sydney Eye Hospital and will be returning back to Malaysia in July 2015 to work in a University Hospital in KL.

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Dr David Dudok completed residency at the Ivey Eye Institute in London, Canada prior to arrival in Sydney.

He plans to return to Windsor, Canada after completing his Glaucoma Fellowship to practice as well as teach at the medical school.

His interests include medical education and comprehensive glaucoma management.

He believes the fellowship will give him a strong foundation in academic research and clinical and surgical glaucoma.

He is excited to spend a year learning in Sydney with his family and to avoid at least one Canadian winter.

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Dr Yochai Shoshani started his Oculoplastic Fellowship at Sydney Eye Hospital in July 2014.

He is from Israel and did his ophthalmology training in Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot.

During his residency, he stayed 2 years in the United States, Indianapolis to complete several research projects as well as a one year observership with Drs William Nunery and Harold Lee.

His goal in this fellowship program is to improve his clinical and surgical skills in Oculoplastics as well as continue research.

Dr Shoshani looks forward to exploring Sydney and Australia in the upcoming year.