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North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Fellowship programs (last updated December 2014):The following programs are AUPO Certified [approved by the Association of University Professors of Ophthalmology (AUPO) FellowshipCompliance Committee (FCC)].Although the AUPO FCC compliance process is entirely voluntary, NANOS strongly endorses the concept of standardization and quality in neuro-ophthalmic fellowship education.NANOS through our Fellowship Committee has defined a set of criteria for our subspecialty constituting standards for fellowship training that include curriculum as well as researchand clinical experience. Note that AUPO compliance does not apply to Canadian fellowships.Program NameInstitution(address)(Link to website)Program Director(email)Faculty(training and eredANN ARBOR, MIJonathan Trobe,MDjdtrobe@umich.edu-Jonathan Trobe, MD(Neurology andOphthalmology)Professor of Ophthalmologyand NeurologyNeuro-OphthalmologyService Director20142University ofMichiganKellogg Eye Center1000 Wall StreetAnn Arbor, MI48105734-763-9147Numberofpositionsfunded(level offunding)1Does the programacceptophthalmologyand/or neurologytrainedcandidates?-Ophthalmologyand/or NeurologyDoes the programacceptinternationalfellows?Application processYesContact JonathanTrobe, MD atjdtrobe@umich.eduSend:-Application-CV-Personal statement-3 letters of reference-Wayne Cornblath, MD(Neurology)Professor of Neurology ry Grabe, MD(Ophthalmology)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology-Lindsey DeLott, MD(Neurology)Clinical Lecturer, NeuroOphthalmologyATLANTA, GAEmory UniversityEmory Eye Center1365-B Clifton RdAtlanta, GA 30322Tel: 404-778-5360http://www.eyecenter.emory.edu/Valerie Biousse,MDvbiouss@emory.edu-Nancy J. Newman, MD(Neurology, 1989)Professor of Ophthalmologyand Neurology. NeuroOphthalmology ServiceDirector-Valerie Biousse, MD(Neurology, 1994 andOphthalmology, 2002)Professor of Ophthalmologyand Neurology201322(PGY5level)-Ophthalmology orNeurology-With residencytraining in theUnited States orCanada-Yes, as clinicalresearch fellowsonly; in addition tofunded fellows-Funding onlypossible throughgrants or providedby candidate’scountry/institution-Also offeringfellowships throughContact Dr ValerieBiousse directlyvbiouss@emory.eduSend:-CV-Personal statement-2 letters ofrecommendations

the InternationalCouncil g education/fellowships/fellowship host directory/fellowship host detail/128/BIOUSSEValerie-MD.html-Beau B. Bruce, MD, PhD(Neurology, 2007)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology, Neurology,and School of Public Health.Director of Clinical Trials-Jason Peragallo, MD(Ophthalmology, 2013)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology andPediatricsBALTIMORE, MDWilmer EyeInstitute/JohnsHopkinsUniversity Schoolof MedicinePrem S.Subramanian,MD,PhDpsubram1@jhmi.eduUniversity ofAlabama atBirmingham1720 UniversityBlvd. Birmingham,AL 35233 Ph:(205) 325-8361201331 (PGY5)Neil R. Miller, MD, FACS(Ophthalmology 1976)Professor of Ophthalmology,Neurology, and Neurosurgery600 N. Wolfe St,Woods 457Baltimore, MD21287Tel: services/neuro ophthalmology.htmlBIRMINGHAM, ALPrem S. Subramanian, MD,PhD (Ophthalmology 2002)Associate Professor ofOphthalmology, Neurology,and Neurosurgery-Ophthalmology orNeurology-With US orCanadianresidency training-Will need to obtainMaryland medicallicenseYes, if ECFMGcertifiedMust provideindependent funding-Ophthalmologywith Residencytraining in the USYes, must be able toobtain Alabamamedical licenseContact Dr. PremSubramanian directlypsubram1@jhmi.eduSend:-CV-Personal statement-2 letters ofrecommendationTimothy J. McCulley, MD(Ophthalmology 2000)Associate Professor ofOphthalmologyDaniel R. Gold, DO(Neurology 2012)Assistant Professor ofNeurology andOphthalmologyMichael S.Vaphiades, DOvaph@uab.eduMichael S. Vaphiades, D.O,Professor of Ophthalmology(2002), Neurology andNeurosurgery, Chief of theNeuro-Ophthalmology andElectrophysiology Services.Lanning B. Kline, MD,Professor of Ophthalmology(1978), Neurology andNeurosurgery.Lina Nagia, D.O., AssistantProfessor. NeuroOphthalmology.201411 (PG5)Contact Dr. MichaelVaphiades directlyvaph@uab.eduSend:-CV-Personal statement-3 letters ofrecommendations

(Ophthalmology 2012)BOSTON, MAJoseph Rizzo, MDHarvard MedicalSchool ProgramJoseph Rizzo@MEEI.Harvard.eduBased at:Massachusetts Eyeand Ear Infirmary243 Charles St.Boston, ndear.org/Joseph Rizzo, MDProfessor of OphthalmologyHarvard Medical SchoolSimmons Lessell, MDProfessor of OphthalmologyHarvard Medical SchoolDean Cestari, MDAssistant Professor ofOphthalmologyHarvard Medical SchoolRebecca Stacy, MD, PhDAssistant Professor ofOphthalmologyHarvard Medical SchoolSashank Prasad, MDAssistant Professor ofNeurologyHarvard Medical SchoolBased at Brigham andWomens HospitalDon Bienfang, MDAssociate Professor ofOphthalmologyHarvard Medical SchoolBased at Brigham andWomens HospitalGena Heidary, MD, PhDAssistant Professor ofOphthalmologyBased at Childrens HospitalBoston201233(PGY 5level)-Ophthalmology orNeurology-With residencytraining in theUnited States orCanada“Clinical Research”positions areavailable, but arenot funded by theprogram. Fundingmust be obtainedthrough grants or bythe candidate’scountry orinstitution. Thesepositions aregenerally one yearin duration.Contact:Joseph Rizzo, MDJoseph Rizzo@MEEI.Harvard.eduSend:-CV-Personal statement-3 letters ofrecommendations

CHICAGO, ILIllinois Eye andEar Infirmary,University ofIllinois at ChicagoHeather Moss,MD, PhDhemoss@uic.edu1855 W Taylor StChicago, IL 60612Tel: 312-996-9120Dept. ofOphthalmology5323 Harry HinesBlvd.Dallas, TX aining/fellowships.html#neuro%20ophthal11 (PGY5level)-Ophthalmology orNeurologyYesContact Dr. HeatherMoss directlyhemoss@uic.eduSend:- CV- Personal statement- 3 letters ofrecommendationAnil Gulati, MD(Neurology)Clinical Assistant Professor uic.edu/cms/One.aspx?portalId 506244&pageId 15517690UT SouthwesternMedical Center2013James Goodwin, MD, PhD(Neurology)Associate Professor ofOphthalmology care/DALLAS, TXHeather Moss, MD, PhD(Neurology 2009)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology andNeurology; Neuroophthalmology ServiceDirectorR. Nick Hogan,MD, PhDNick.Hogan@utsouthwestern.edu-R. Nick Hogan, MD, PhD(Neuro-Ophthalmology,1995, and OcularOncology/Pathology,Ophthalmic Pathology,1996)Professor, Depts. ofOphthalmology, Pathology,Neurology/Therapeutics, andNeurological Surgery,Fellowship Program Director-F. Ray Jones, MD(Neuro-Ophthalmology,1991)Associate Professor, Dept. ofOphthalmology-Kamel M. Itani, MD(Standardized OphthalmicEchography, 1987, and EyePlastic, Orbital andReconstructive Surgery,1989)Professor, Dept. ofOphthalmology-Ronald Mancini, MD, FACS201422 (PGY5level)-OphthalmologyNoSubmit application (onwebsite) along with:-CV-3 Letters ofRecommendation-USMLE Step 1, 2 and3 Score ReportsSend by email a Jenkins,FellowshipAdministratorUT SouthwesternDept. ofOphthalmology5323 Harry Hines Blvd.Dallas, TX 75390-9057

(Orbital and OphthalmicPlastic Surgery, 2008 ASOPRS and AmericanAcademy of CosmeticSurgery accredited; andCosmetic Facial PlasticSurgery, 2009)Assistant Professor, Dept. ofOphthalmologyHOUSTON, TXHoustonMethodisthospital -BaylorCollege ofMedicine-UTMBAndrew G. LeeMDAglee@houstonmethodist.org6560 Fannin StreetScurlock 450,Houston, TX 77030IOWA CITY, IATel: 22(PGY 5level)-Ophthalmology orNeurologyYes with TexasMedical BoardPhysician in training(PIT) license andECFMG and visaContact Dr Andy Leedirectlyaglee@houstonmethodist.orgYes, must be able toobtain Iowa medicallicenseContact Dr RandyKardon directly atrandykardon@uiowa.eduSend:-Application-CV-3 letters ofrecommendation-Jane Edmond MDAssociate ProfessorTexasChildren'sRandy H Kardon,MD, PhDUniversity of Iowa200 Hawkins DriveIowa City, Iowa52242-Andrew G. Lee MDProfessor of ophthalmology,neurology, and neurosurgery,Weill Cornell Medical CollegeClinical Professor UTMBGalveston and UT MDAnderson Cancer CenterAdjunct Professor: BaylorCollege of Medicinerandykardon@uiowa.eduRandy H Kardon, MD, PhD(Ophthalmology, 1989)Professor of Ophthalmology,Director, Neuroophthalmology Service,University of Iowa;Director, Iowa City VA Centerfor Prevention and Treatmentof Visual LossRobert Mallery, MD(Ophthalmology, 2014)Visiting Associate PhysicianMatthew J Thurtell, MBBS,FRACP(Ophthalmology, 2010)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology andNeurologyMichael Wall, MD(Ophthalmology, 1981)Professor of Ophthalmologyand Neurology201322-Ophthalmology orNeurologySend:-CV-Personal statement-Signed application-3 letters ofrecommendation

LOS ANGELES,CAUCLA Dept. ofOphthalmology(Stein/Doheny EyeInstitutes)Peter A. Quiros,MDquiros@jsei.ucla.eduPeter A. Quiros, MDAssociate Professor ofOphthalmology201421-Ophthalmology orNeurologyYes, must provideown fundingAnthony C. Arnold, MDProfessor of OphthalmologySend:-Application-Personal statement-CV-2 letters ofrecommendationAlfredo A. Sadun, MD, PhDProfessor of Ophthalmology100 Stein PlazaLos Angeles, CA90095Tel: 310-825-4344Contact Dr. Peter A.Quiros directlyquiros@jsei.ucla.eduLynn K. Gordon, MD, PhDProfessor of OphthalmologyStacy Pineles, MDAssistant Professor ofOphthalmologyLaura BonelliClinical Instructor,OphthalmologyMEMPHIS, TNUniv ofTennessee HealthScience CenterThomasO’Donnell, MDtodonnel@uthsc.eduThomas O’Donnell, MDAssociate Professor ofOphthalmology201411 (PGY5)-OphthalmologyNoCVPersonnel statement2 lettersrecommendation930 MadisonSte 100Memphis, TN38163MIAMI, FLBascom PalmerEye Institute,University ofMiami900 NW 17th StreetMiami, FL 33136Tel: 305-326-6391Link to uroophthalmology-Contact Dr. ThomasO’Donnell directlytodonnel@uthsc.eduByron L. Lam MDblam@med.miami.eduByron L. Lam MD(Ophthalmology 1991)Professor of OphthalmologyMedical Director of NeuroOphthalmology201422-Ophthalmology orNeurologyMust be eligible forFlorida medicallicenseContact Dr. Byron Lamblam@med.miami.eduor Kathy Corserkcorser@med.miami.eduJoshua Pasol MD(Neurology 2007)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmologySend:-Application-Personal statement-RecommendationsNorman J. Schatz MD(Neurology 1969)Professor of OphthalmologyLink to formationJohn Guy MD(Ophthalmology &Neurology)Professor of Ophthalmology

fellowship-clinicalHong Jiang MD PhD(Neurology 2011)Assistant Professor ofNeurologyMINNEAPOLIS,MNMichael S Lee,MDmikelee@umn.eduUniversity ofMinnesotaNew York Eye &Ear Infirmary ofMount Sinai201311 (PGY5)-Opthalmology orNeurologyNoRudrani Banik,M.D.rbanik@nyee.eduRudrani Banik, M.D.(Ophthalmology 2001)Associate Professor ofOphthalmology201411Mark J. Kupersmith, M.D.(Neurology 1978 andOphthalmology 1980)Professor of Ophthalmologyand Neurology310 East 14thStreetNew York, NY10003Contact Michael Leedirectly:mikelee@umn.eduSend:-CV-Personal Statement-2 letters ofrecommendationAndrew R Harrison, MD(Ophthalmology 1995)Associate Professor ofOphthalmology,Otolaryngology420 Delaware StSE, MMC 493Minneapolis, MN55455Tel: ORK, NYMichael S Lee, MD(Ophthalmology 2001)Professor of Ophthalmology,Neurology and Neurosurgery-Ophthalmology orNeurology-With residencytraining in theUnited States orCanadaYes, through ICOinternationalobserver program(one year or 3month fellowshipsavailable)Contact Dr. RudraniBanik directly atrbanik@nyee.edu-Neurology orOphthalmology-With residencytraining in the USor CanadaNoContact Dr. JanetRucker directly atjanet.rucker@nyumc.orgSend:-CV-Personal statement-3 letters ofrecommendationTel: -inophthalmology.html#neuroNEW-YORK, NYNYU LangoneMedical Center240 E. 38th St20th FloorNew York, NY10016Tel: 212-263-7744Janet C. Rucker,MDjanet.rucker@nyumc.orgSteven L. Galetta, MD(Neurology)Chair, Department ofNeurologyProfessor, Departments ofNeurology andOphthalmologyLaura J. Balcer, MD(Neurology)Vice Chair, Department ofNeurology11 (PGY5level)Send:-CV-Personal statement(less than 1 page)-3 letters ofrecommendation

Professor, Departments ofNeurology andOphthalmology andPopulation HealthJanet C. Rucker, MD(Neurology)Director, Division of NeuroOphthalmologyAssociate Professor,Department of NeurologyNEW-YORK, NYWeill CornellMedical College /New YorkPresbyterianHospitalMarc Dinkin, g/Dean McGee EyeInstitute11 (PGY5level)-Ophthalmology orNeurologyYesContact Dr. MarcDinkin directlymjd2004@med.cornell.eduSend:-CV-Personal statement(less than 1 page)-2 letters ofrecommendationsJacqueline Winterkorn, MDClinical Professor inOphthalmology in Neurology(Ophthalmology)Bradley Farris,MDbradleyfarris@dmei.orgBradley K. Farris, MD(Ophthalomogy 1985)Professor of OphthalmologyAdjunct Professor ofNeurology & Neurosurgery201311(PGY5level)-Ophthalmology-With residencytraining in the USNohttp://www.mei.orgGrant T. Liu, MDMichael Siatkowski, MD(Ophthalmology 1991)Professor of OphthalmologyGrant T. Liu, MD(Neurology, 1993)Contact Dr. BradleyFarris directlybradleyfarris@dmei.orgSend:-Fellowship applicationfrom website-personal statement-2 letters ofrecommendationAnil Patel, MD(Ophthalmology 1996)Clinical Professor ofOphthalmology608 Stanton L.Young Blvd.Oklahoma City, OK73104Tel: 405-271-1091PHILADELPHIA,PA2013Cristiano Oliveira, MDAssistant Professor orOphthalmology(Ophthalmology, andNeurology)1305 York Avenue,New York, NY10021Tel: 646-962-4297OKLAHOMA CITY,OKFloyd A. Warren, MD(Ophthalmology)Professor, Departments ofNeurology andOphthalmologyMarc Dinkin, MDAssistant Professor ofOphthalmology, Neurologyand Neurosurgery; NeuroOphthalmology ServiceDirector (Neurology 2006)201322 (PGY-5)-Neurology orOphthalmologyNoContact Dr. Grant Liugliu@mail.med.upenn.

University ofPennsylvania(Hospital of theUniversity ofPennsylvania,Scheie EyeInstitute, and theChildren’sHospital -Personal statement-3 letters ofrecommendationMadhura Tamhankar, MD(Ophthalmology, 2007)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology andNeurologyGates 33400 Spruce St.Philadelphia, PA19104(215)349-8460SALT LAKE CITY,UTKathleen DigreMDUniversity of UtahMoran Eye .utah.edu/moran/-With residencytraining in the USor CanadaKenneth S. Shindler, MD,PhD(Ophthalmology, 2003)Assistant Professor ofOphthalmology andNeurologyhttp://www.upno.org65 Mario CapecchiDriveSalt Lake City, UT84113Tel: 801 5856653Professor of Neurology andOphthalmologyChief, Division of NeuroOphthalmologyKathleen Digre MD(Neurology, 1987)Professor of Neurology,OphthalmologyJudith Warner MD(Neurology, 1994)Professor of Neurology andOphthalmologyNeuro-ophthalmology ServiceDirectorBradley Katz MD, PhD(Ophthalmology, 1999)Neuro-ophthalmology Directorof ResearchAlison Crum MD (2012)Ophthalmology, OculoplasticsAssistant Professor ofOphthalmologyDon Creel PhD, ProfessorOphthalmology ResearchElectrophysiologyRoger Harrie MDClinical Professor201311 (PGY 5)-Ophthalmologyand Neurology-With Residencytraining in USA orCanadaObserverships canbe arranged; fundingonly through grantsprovided bycandidate’s countryor institutionContact Kathleen DigreKathleen.digre@hsc.utah.eduSend:-CV-Personal Statement-3 letters ofrecommendation

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