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Dra. Sara Miraflores


WORK EXPERIENCE
2016 (currently) - Ophthalmologist at Clínica OFTÁLICA (Alicante).

2012/2016 – Internal Doctor in the Ophthalmology Department at General University Hospital Gregorio Marañón (Madrid).

2016 - 4-weeks long clinical rotation in the Cornea Section at Ophthalmology Department - Bristol Eye Hospital, Bristol, United Kingdom.

2016 - 5-weeks long clinical rotation in the Cornea and Oculoplastic Surgery Unit at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, United Kingdom.

2016 – 4-weeks long clinical rotation in the Cornea Section at Ophthalmology department – Torrejón University Hospital, Madrid.

ACADEMIC TRAINING
2015/2016 - Master in Refractive and Cataract Surgery, University of Valencia - 60 european Credit Transfer System (ECTS)

2015/2016 - Ocular and Visual Care in Developing Countries course, University of Valencia - 15.5 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)

2015 (in process) - Registered in the doctoral program with a thesis project: "Comparison of the quality of life among patients with medical treatment of glaucoma with and without preservatives". (Complutense University of Madrid)

Director: Dr. José María Martínez de la Casa (Complutense University of Madrid, Hospital Clínico San Carlos, Madrid).

Co-directors: Dr. Blanca Rosenda Monsalve Córdova (General University Hospital Gregorio Marañón) and Dr. Antonio Ferreras Ámez (University of Zaragoza, Miguel Servet University Hospital, Zaragoza).

2014/2015 - Master's Degree in Anterior Ocular Segment of Barraquer University Institute-Autonomous University of Barcelona - 60 credits European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) with a grade of NOTABLE

2011 – Medicine degree at Madrid University (UAM). Clinical rotation at University Hospital La Paz (Madrid).

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
- Miraflores S, Baeza A, Tapia A, Ruiz JC, Balado P, García-Valcárcel B. Cornea verticillata in Fabry disease: a useful diagnostic tool available exclusively to the ophthalmologist. J Emmetropia 2014; 5: 39-41. ISSN: 2171-4703 Available at: http://www.journalofemmetropia.org/archive_v5n1.php

- Journal of Emmetropia reviewer since April 2016.


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