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Creative Commons License photo credit: PollobarbaThe Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation is a charitable fund established in 1981 who helps raise funds to support the Sydney Eye Hospital. One way in which this support manifests itself is through fellowships offered by the Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation. These fellowships are for a one year period, and are in specialty areas of eye research and practice.

These include two retinal fellowships that are for two different time periods – the Graham Lovett and the Dr Eddy Donaldson Vitreoretinal Fellowships. In addition to the retinal fellowships, there are also fellowships available for corneal, glaucoma, oculoplastic, and intraocular implant work.

Another of the fellowships available through the Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation is a Professorial Fellowship with the Save Sight Institute (part of the University of Sydney), and is offered in a variety of specialties.

The Professorial Fellow is also expected to have teaching responsibilities. All fellows must be qualified ophthalmologists in order to qualify for the award, as well as pass an English language competency exam. The application process for a Sydney Eye Hospital fellowship can take up to a year to complete, so if this is something that is of an interest to you, it is recommended that you apply as soon as possible.

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