At his practice in Eugene, Dr. Ambati maintains a dynamic research laboratory, exploring and advancing new treatments for abnormal blood vessel formation (involved in corneal injury, macular degeneration, diabetes, and cancer) as well as development of novel surgical technology and devices. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed publications and two books. Learn more here.

Dr. Ambati recently presented at INKtalks, an event to share breakthrough ideas, inspiring stories and suprising perspectives.

Watch Dr. Ambati's presentation as he shares his story, his current experiments, surgery success stories and his vision for the future.

Dr. Ambati has been honored by several national & international organizations:


Dr. Ambati was recently recognized as the top ranked ophthalmologist in The Opthalmologist's, Power List, Top 40 under 40.

Read Dr. Ambati's most recent article on Minimally Invasive Pterygium Surgery

ARVO awards Dr. Ambati the 2014 Ludwing von Sallman Award

ARVO Awards Dr. Ambati the 2011 Fellowship for Macular Degeneration Research

Dr. Ambati wins the quadrennial Troutman-Veronneau Prize for Corneal Research

University of Utah medical students honor Dr. Ambati with the 2014 Gold Humanism Award

Read more about Dr. Ambati and fellow Dr. Messenger's approach to Cataract Surgery

For more information about Dr. Ambati, his awards, research and practice, contact us today in Eugene.