News & Updates from NOAO

Announcing NOAO 2018 Symposium Speakers!

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We’re ready! Are you?   Announcing NOAO 2018 Symposium Speakers! Save the date: February 23-25 Sheraton New Orleans   We are pleased to announce our lineup of speakers for the 67th Annual Symposium with the finest minds on the topics of Cornea, Refractive and Oculoplastics! 2018 Faculty   Steven C. Dresner, M.D. University of Southern…
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Register now for our 2018 Symposium!

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We are very excited about our stellar faculty lineup for our 2018 Symposium highlighting updates in cornea and refractive. Register now to see these distinguished speakers in February! Dr. David Hardten, Director of the Minnesota Eye Consultants, is one of the nation’s prominent leaders in the treatment of the cornea, external disease, anterior segment, cataract,…
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A very groovy throwback Thursday

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Gearing up for the 2018 Annual Symposium with a special #tbt from the very groovy 2006 Annual Symposium. Our first Symposium after hurricane Katrina boasted some of our best ever guest speakers, Eric Donnenfeld MD, Terrence O’Brien MD, and William Culbertson MD. The speakers pose at Emeril’s restaurant with LaVon Kellner of Refractive Eye Care…
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Announcing the new NOAO Jobs Board!

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Looking to hire a new addition to your office staff — or land a great new job? Let us help! Be a part of the initial roll-out of the brand new NOAO Jobs Board! Several jobs have been posted already. To post a job, go to http://www.noao.org/post-a-job/ and simply fill out the form. Once approved,…
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Announcing the initial lineup of speakers for the 2016 Symposium!

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The 65th Annual Symposium of the New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology will take place February 19th – 21st, 2016 at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. Our program committee is working hard to bring in the best and the brightest ophthalmologists from around the country to update our attendees on Glaucoma, Neuro-Ophthalmology and Cataract. Four speakers are already…
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