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Eye Journal is having a big impact

‘As the Editor-in Chief of Eye, it is my great pleasure to announce a big jump in Eye’s impact factor this year. Special thanks go to the editorial board members, reviewers and authors who generously contribute to Eye’. Professor Sobha Sivaprasad, Editor-in-Chief Eye’s 2020 Impact Factor is now 3.775; a big jump up from 2.455

Consultant ophthalmologist Sobha Sivaprasad wins 2019 Nettleship Medal for study highlighting superior alternative to established diabetic retinopathy treatment

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) is pleased to announce Sobha Sivaprasad, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital and Editor of RCOphth’s scientific journal, Eye, as the winner of the 2019 Nettleship Medal after a decade long hiatus for the award. Mr Edward Nettleship was a renowned ophthalmologist known for his work with hereditary eye diseases.

Eye Journal video celebrating 30 years of ophthalmology success

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is celebrating its 30 years as a College and to mark the occasion, Eye, the scientific journal of the RCOphth, has published a special edition comprising a series of review articles written by top experts in the field. A look at 30 years of progress in ophthalmology suggests that the

Professor Sobha Sivaprasad appointed as Editor in Chief of Eye Journal

Professor Sobha Sivaprasad has been appointed as the in-coming Editor in Chief of Eye, having contributed to the scientific journal of The Royal College of Ophthalmologists as a section editor and then an associate editor since 2008. She is a Medical Retina Consultant Ophthalmologist in Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and a Professor in