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Celebrating Our Clinical Studies Department on Clinical Trials Day

In honor of Clinical Trials Day, we would like to take some time to recognize and thank our study department for all the hard work they do! Led by our clinical studies director, Ann Bagley, our clinical research department has be instrumental in conducting numerous clinical trials in various areas […]

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Dr. Robert Cionni Becomes 2015/2016 ASCRS President

Dr. Robert J. Cionni assumed his role as President of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) at the Opening General Session of the ASCRS Annual Congress and Symposium in San Diego on Saturday, April 18. Dr. Cionni is the Medical Director of The Eye Institute of Utah […]

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Salt Lake City Eye Doctor Named President of American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Dr. Robert Cionni, the Medical Director of The Eye Institute of Utah, takes his post as President of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) in April, 2015. Salt Lake City, UT – One of the area’s most well-known ophthalmologists and Salt Lake City cataract surgeons has recently […]

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Record Number of Eye Surgeries will be Performed in Utah for Patients in Need

Salt Lake City, UT – On Saturday, March 28, local eye surgeons will provide more than 30 sight-restoring surgeries to low-income Utahns in need of care—a state record. The John A. Moran Eye Center is partnering with The Eye Institute of Utah to expand a model for providing high-quality, low-cost […]

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Happy Birthday Dr. Cionni!

The staff, doctors and team at The Eye Institute of Utah would like to wish our Medical Director, Dr. Robert Cionni, a very happy birthday! We asked Dr. Cionni a series of fun and random questions that go beyond his career as a cataract surgeon. See how he responded and […]

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Don’t Forget To Blink!

Are you addicted to your mobile device? Did you know that people blink about one-third as often than normal when looking at a computer screen? Try blinking very slowly 10 times every 20 minutes while watching a screen.

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Did You Know?

Blue eyes are actually a genetic mutation. Before the first blue eyes arose some 7,000-10,000 years ago, all humans had brown eyes!

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