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.

Graham D. Barrett, FRANZCO


Improving Safety and Efficacy in Phacoemulsification: A Matter of Balance

2005

Roger F. Steinert, MD


The Pursuit of Perfect Vision: Ophthalmology’s Holy Grail

2004

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD


The Correction of Presbyopia with Intraocular and Intracorneal Lenses: A Surgeon’s Perspective

2003

Marguerite B. McDonald, MD


Refractive Surgery: The Next Generation

2001

Robert H. Osher, MD


Surgical Triumph Over a Variety of Challenging Cataracts

2000

Walter J. Stark, MD


Intraocular Lens Complications: A 20-Year Perspective

1999

Samuel Masket, MD


Small-Incision Cataract Surgery Challenges

1998

Kenneth J. Hoffer, MD


Clinical Research in Private Practice

1997

Kensaku Miyake, MD


Longstanding Pseudophakic Retina: What Are the Physiological Consequences?

1996

Theo Seiler, MD


Infrared Lasers—The Next Generation of Refractive Lasers?

1995

Howard V. Gimbel, MD


Pediatric Cataract Extraction with Intraocular Lens Implantation—Management of the Posterior Capsule

1994

Douglas D. Koch, MD


Laser Thermal Keratoplasty

1993

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