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Tobin Thuma, DO

Tobin Thuma grew up in St. Helena, California. He graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and a minor in Spanish. After finishing college, Tobin taught English in Mallorca, Spain before deciding to pursue medicine. Earlier this year he graduated from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City. Tobin is now completing the Bradway Research Scholar fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. He is applying to ophthalmology residency programs this year.

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Resources
2022 Pharma Update: New Anterior Segment Treatments
Eyecare November 18th, 2021
2022 Pharma Update: New Anterior Segment Treatments

The latest novel pharmaceuticals hold the potential to significantly alter the management of major anterior segment diseases—from dry eye to myopia to infectious corneal ulceration. Learn about some of the most promising.

How to Crush the Ophthalmology Residency Interview
Eyecare September 23rd, 2021
How to Crush the Ophthalmology Residency Interview

The residency interview is your opportunity to show your strengths, exhibit what makes you unique, and prove you are the right person for the program. Follow these steps to stand out!

Ophthalmic Emergencies: Endophthalmitis
Eyecare August 5th, 2021
Ophthalmic Emergencies: Endophthalmitis

Endophthalmitis is a serious, vision-threatening ophthalmic emergency. To attain the best possible visual outcomes, learn these keys to prompt diagnosis and treatment.

Ophthalmic Emergencies: Open Globe Injuries
Eyecare May 14th, 2021
Ophthalmic Emergencies: Open Globe Injuries

Open globe injuries are vision-threatening ophthalmic emergencies. Here's what ophthalmology residents should know—from diagnosis to treatment.

Ophthalmic Emergency Series: Giant Cell Arteritis
Eyecare March 23rd, 2021
Ophthalmic Emergency Series: Giant Cell Arteritis

Giant cell arteritis (GCA) can present with acute ophthalmic symptoms, demanding prompt recognition and treatment in order to preserve vision. Here's what ophthalmology residents should know.