ASCRS Binkhorst lecture

The Binkhorst Lecture and medal were established in 1975 in honor of intraocular lens (IOL) pioneer Cornelius D. Binkhorst, MD (1912-1995). Each year, ASCRS awards the medal to an individual who has followed in Dr. Binkhorst's footsteps with outstanding contributions to the understanding and practice of anterior segment surgery. Honorees, who present the Binkhorst lecture during the annual ASCRS Symposium, include some of the world's most prominent pioneering surgeons.

Doyle Stulting, MD, PhD


Predicting and Treating Corneal Ectasia

2016

Donald TH Tan, FRCS


Lamellar Surgery in Corneal Transplantation: Revolution and Evolution

2015

Ike K. Ahmed, MD


Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

2014

Nick Mamalis, MD


Intraocular Lens Evolution: What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

2013

Randall J. Olson, MD


Where Are We On the Road to Optical Perfection?

2012

Abhay R.Vasavada, MS, FRCS


Pediatric Cataract: Compelling Quest

2011

I. Howard Fine, MD


Looking Back, Looking Ahead

2010

David F. Chang, MD


The Greatest Challenge in Cataract Surgery Needed: Five-Minute, $15 Cure for Blindness

2009

Edward J. Holland, MD


Innovations in Corneal Surgery: Beyond Penetrating Keratoplasty

2008

Steve C. Schallhorn, MD


Refractive Surgery in the Naval Aviator

2007

Stephen S. Lane, MD


The Convergence of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

2006

Graham D. Barrett, FRANZCO


Improving Safety and Efficacy in Phacoemulsification: A Matter of Balance

2005

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