Irene Song
Student

Ailin (Irene) Song, MHSc is a fourth-year MD student who intends to pursue a career in academic ophthalmology as a clinician-scientist. She is passionate about the intersection of clinical ophthalmology and technology development. The overarching themes of her current research are: 1) to develop and translate advanced ophthalmic imaging, artificial intelligence (robotics and machine learning), and tele-ophthalmology technologies for clinical use; 2) to improve eye care in non-ophthalmology settings; and 3) clinical research to support evidence-based practice in ophthalmology. She is the recipient of several grants and awards, including the RPB Medical Student Eye Research Fellowship, the NIH TL1 Pre-Doctoral Scholarship, the Sek-Jin Chew ARVO Travel Grant, and the Retina Research Foundation/Joseph M. and Eula C. Lawrence ARVO Foundation Travel Grant.

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