In the News
Dr. Pillar was featured in the Vision Share Networker newsletter. Read about how a patient at Mid Atlantic Cornea regained her ability to drive after cataract surgery and cornea transplantation.
"Best Paper EBAA Meeting"
Dr. Margo, our 2016-2017 Cornea Fellow received was awarded the "Best Paper" recognition at the 55th Eye Bank Association of America Annual Meeting in St Louis, Mo
Dr. Pramanik was featured on the cover of M.D. Today, Winter 2014.
MD Today - [Feature Article]
'GBMC Ophthalmologist's Vision is Clear'
Dr. Pramanik was featured in the Greater Baltimore Medical Center's newsletter. Read about how India is in need of better healthcare and see the article they published about Dr. Pramanik here.
'2012 Best of Baltimore'
In the weekly invitational profile series in the Baltimore magazine, Dr. Pramanik was placed on the list of "professionals demonstrating excellence in the fields of law, healthcare & medicine, social services, business, finance, technology & education."
'Top Doctors 2011'
Dr. Pramanik was honored to be selected by his peers as one of the Top Doctors of 2011.
'Generation RX' Article - The Baltimore Sun'
Dr. Pramanik is featured in The Baltimore Sun's article on the Top 10 "Up and Coming Physicians Under 35".
"With so many people contributing so much to the health of the Baltimore area, we wanted to zero in on some of the newest talent in the pool. The 10 physicians and surgeons featured here are already catching people's eyes as up-and-coming stars in their fields, doing exciting things now and with promise for even more in the future. "
Want to read more? See Dr. Pramanik on Page 5 here.
2011 Cornea Conference at the Aravind Hospital
Dr. Pramanik was recently awarded for developing The Endothelial Keratoplasty Program. In helping to create this program, he has trained several of their faculty in advanced keratoplasty techniques, including DSEK and DALK.
See how low cost eye care can be world class.
Iowa Vision Newsletter Spring 2009
Dr. Pramanik is shown on Page 4 of this Issue of the Iowa Vision Newsletter, helping to fight blindness in India. Photos were taken of the Aravind Eye Hospital in Madurai, India, where Dr. Pramanik has taught courses on endothelial corneal transplants.
ORBIS is a non-profit organization that is devoted to blindness prevention. Read the Vision of the World Annual Report, which features Dr. Pramanik on Page 3 on one of his trips to India.
Vision of the World Annual Report