|Archives of Ophthalmology|
|Discipline||Ophthalmology, visual science|
|Edited by||Neil M. Bressler, MD|
|1869–present (founder Hermann Knapp, MD)|
|Frequency||weekly online, print: 12/year|
JAMA Ophthalmology (2013-)
JAMA Ophthalmology (formerly Archives of Ophthalmology) is a monthly professional medical journal published by the American Medical Association. JAMA Ophthalmology publishes peer-reviewed, original articles on such topics as epidemiology and biostatistics, mechanisms of ophthalmic disease, ophthalmic molecular genetics, and socioeconomics and health services. The editor-in-chief is Neil M. Bressler of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. It has been affiliated with the AMA since 1929.
The Archives of Ophthalmology and Otology began publication in New York in 1869 with a simultaneous German language version published in Carlsruhe, Germany, as Archiv für Augen- und Ohrenheilkunde; sometimes articles would be slightly different. The editors were Hermann Knapp, MD (1832-1911), of New York, who practiced both ophthalmology and otology, with greater emphasis on the eye, and the otologist Salomon Moos, MD (1831-1895), of Heidelberg.
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- Hermann Knapp (September 1895). "Obituary of Salomon Moos". Archives of Otology. 24: 409–412.
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