Richman Associates heading to the October 2016 American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in Chicago to see friends and clients and expand knowledge about the latest advances in clinical ophthalmology. Looking forward, too, to the 2017 ARVO meeting in Baltimore, home to the O’s, Ravens, Johns Hopkins University, and Richman Associates. Fall 2016

visionRichman Associates builds consulting practice—advising, developing, moderating convenings for leading community and worldwide brands including Research to Prevent Blindness, Regeneron, Lirot, Women In Bio, American Academy of Optometry, Michael Phelps Swim School, and community organizations, among others. (picture right -Vision leaders at the 2016 RPB-hosted convening. Dr. Richman is in the front row, 6th from the left.) Fall 2016

dohenyeyeinstituteDoheny Eye Institute again hires Richman Associates to prepare quarterly newsletter, “UPDATE,” featuring their new physician-scientists and growing influence in OCT, glaucoma research, and much more. We’re excited to be working again with Christopher C. Conway, Chief of Development & Public Affairs, and his team. Fall 2016

vision2Elaine Richman, PhD, among key leaders interviewed for Research to Prevent (RPB) survey regarding important trends in the field of vision research. RPB grows under the strong guidance of President Brian Hofland. Fall 2016


Richman Associates attends another National Alliance for Eye and Vision Research (NAEVR)-hosted briefing on Capitol Hill, this one presenting 22 emerging vision scientists to congressional leaders to discuss their work and emphasize the importance of continued federal research funding. James Jorkasky, NAEVR/AEVR executive director, pulls these crucial events off with aplomb. Summer 2016

neurovisionNeuroVision Imaging hires Richman Associates to help explain its diagnostic test and retinal biomarker for detecting and monitoring amyloid pathology related to Alzheimer’s disease (picture left – James Jorkasky, executive director of NAEVR/AEVR, and Dr. Richman) . Summer 2016

johns-hopkinsDr. Elaine Richman of Richman Associates once again accepts adjunct faculty role at Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering, teaching “Writing Articles and Technical Reports” in the JHU leadership development program. Fall 2016

swim-across-americaElaine Richman, PhD, and Peggy Brennecke, MD, medical director for breast cancer imaging at Johns Hopkins Medicine, co-captained a Swim Across America team raising funds for Johns Hopkins cancer research. The event raised more than $500, 000. In all, nearly 500 people took the plunge into the Chesapeake Bay, most swimming a mile course but a handful going for a stunning 5 miles. Summer 2016

lab-coatRichman Associates hangs up the lab coat, after 10 years of staffing and directing a summer gross anatomy course for PA students. Dr. Richman trained as an anatomist/cell biologist at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and has finally cut the cord, so to speak. Summer 2016


Leading research funder, Research to Prevent Blindness (RP), engages Richman Associates for a third consecutive year to plan and moderate a convening of vision research funders. Participants are building collaborations to speed the pace of vision-saving discoveries. Read more… Pictured here is Dr. Paul Sieving, Director of the National Eye Institute (NEI), at the 2015 convening. Spring 2016

ARVORichman Associates prepares for ARVO 2016, the annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, looking forward to seeing many friends, colleagues, and clients. Spring 2016

JOHNS_HOPRichman to teach in JHU engineering program. Dr. Elaine Richman has accepted an offer from the Whiting School of Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University to teach a graduate level course, “Writing Articles and Technical Reports,” in the school’s Center for Leadership Education. “Good writing is essential to career success and satisfaction in science and engineering,” says Dr. Richman. We’ll be applying the ARE Principle®, where communications is crafted to be Accurate, Readable, and Engaging.” US News & World Report ranks the Johns Hopkins University biomedical engineering program #1 in the nation. Fall 2015

CHINEERichman Associates attends 2015 AAO Annual Meeting in Las Vegas. “Atropine eye drops to slow myopia in young children created a big buzz,” reports Elaine Richman, PhD, president of Richman Associates.

Results of the myopia study were presented by Dr. Donald Tan (pictured here with Dr. Richman) of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and Singapore National Eye Center. Fall 2015


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Richman Associates to write the 2015 Doheny Eye Institute Annual Update, Read more... It’s been an exciting year at Doheny Eye Institute with the appointment of SriniVas Sadda, MD, as president and chief scientific officer, opening of new clinics, growth of the new affiliation with UCLA, and more. Look for a feature article about glaucoma research at Doheny. The 2014 “Eye on the Future” Annual Update was prepared by Richman Associates along with Doheny newsletters and website. Fall 2015


Richman AssociatesDoheny Eye Institute introduces Dr. Sadda at smashing 2015 AAO event attended by Richman Associates. Christopher C. Conway, JD, chief of Development & Public Affairs at Doheny (shown here at event with Elaine Richman), and his staff planned this lovely evening activity. Fall 2015


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Richman Associates, LLC, wins the 2014 Bridging the Gap Award from the Greater Baltimore Committee for success as a woman-owned business. Dr. Richman receives special recognition for outstanding achievement. Fall 2014

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