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1 Charles Miller Fisher, MD: Master of Clinicopathologic CorrelationTrained in neurology and pathology, Charles Miller Fisher, MD applied painstaking clinical and tissue examination to set the foundation for our current understanding of cerebrovascular disease and many other neurologic conditions. His special passion was neuro-ophthalmology.Jonathan Daniel Trobe MD, Michigan University2010
2 Dartmouth Eye InstituteFrom 1921 to 1947, the center of research into visual perception in the United States was in the rural hamlet of Hanover, New Hampshire. Situated on the campus of Dartmouth College, The Dartmouth Eye Institute (DEI) fostered an uncommon collaboration of physiologists, psychophysicists, ophthalmologi...Jonathan Daniel Trobe MD, Michigan University2010
3 David Bellows - How I Became a Neuro-OphthalmologistInterview with David Bellows.2018-08
4 Eye Movement Talk ConclusionConclusion of Robert Daroff's Eye Movement Talk at the 7th Bascom Palmer Symposium in 1970.Daroff, Robert1970
5 Howard Krauss - How I Became a Neuro-OphthalmologistInterview with Howard Krauss.2018-08
6 Interview with David ZeeA brief interview with David Zee, , MD, Professor of Neurology, Joint Appointments in Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, and Neuroscience, The Wilmer Eye Institute, The Johns Hopkins School of MedicineDavid Zee, MD
7 Interview With Jackie WinterkornInterview with Jacqueline Winterkorn - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyJacqueline Winterkorn, MD, PhD, Clinical Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Weill Cornell Medicine2018-02
8 Interview With James CorbettInterview with James Corbett - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyJames J. Corbett, MD, Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology, University of Mississippi Medical Center2018-02
9 Interview With Judith WarnerInterview with Judith Warner - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyJudith E. A. Warner, MD, Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology, John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah School of Medicine2018-02
10 Interview With Kathleen DigreInterview with Kathleen Digre - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyKathleen B. Digre, MD, Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology, John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah School of Medicine2018-02
11 Interview With Larry FrohmanInterview with Larry Frohman - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyLarry Frohman MD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Director of Neuro-ophthalmology, Rutgers- New Jersey Medical School2018-02
12 Interview With Madhu ArgarwalInterview with Madhu Argarwal - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyMadhu Agarwal MD, Ophthalmologist, California Orbital Consultants2018-02
13 Interview With Nancy NewmanInterview with Nancy Newman - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyNancy J Newman, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology and Neurology, Emory Eye Center, Emory University School of Medicine2018-02
14 Interview With Randy KardonInterview with Randy Kardon - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyRandy H. Kardon, MD, PhD, Director Neuro-Ophthalmology Service, Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Services, University of Iowa2018-02
15 Interview With Shalom KelmanInterview with Shalom Kelman - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyShalom Kelman MD, Maryland Neuro-Ophthalmology, LLC2018-02
16 Interview with Steve GalettaA brief interview with Steve Galetta, MD, The Philip K. Moskowitz, MD Professor and Chair of the Department of Neurology, The School of Medicine, New York UniversitySteve Galetta, MD
17 Interview With Swaraj BoseInterview with Swaraj Bose- Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologySwaraj Bose, MD, Neuro-Ophthalmologist & Orbital Surgeon, Cedars Sinai Medical Center2018-02
18 Interview With Timothy McCulleyInterview with Timothy McCulley - Why I Went Into Neuro-OphthalmologyTimothy McCulley MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine2018-02
19 Irene Loewenfeld, PhD: Physiologist of the PupilIrene Loewenfeld, PhD was trained in physiology at New York University and Columbia University under the direction of Otto Lowenstein, MD, PhD. With her mentor, she produced a prodigious amount of research on pupil function, culminating in 1993 in the publication of a 2223-page textbook on the pupil...Jonathan Daniel Trobe MD, Michigan University2010
20 Ivy Dreizin - How I Became a Neuro-OphthalmologistInterview with Ivy Dreizin.2018-08
21 Ivy Dreizin MemoriamWe inform you of the passing of our dear friend, colleague and NANOS member, Dr. Ivy Dreizin. Dr. Dreizin settled at the University of Wisconsin where she practiced neurology and neuro-ophthalmology.NANOS2021
22 Jack Selhorst - How I Became a Neuro-OphthalmologistInterview with Jack Selhorst.2018-08
23 Jane Portnoy MemoriamJane Portnoy, MD, died on March 28, 2021. Dr. Portnoy, Professor of Ophthalmology at the Scheie Eye Institute, University of Pennsylvania, was the first woman board-certified ophthalmologist in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.NANOS2021
24 Jane Sargent MemoriamDr. Jane Sargent died October 26th, a few weeks shy of her 77th birthday. After a residency at the Mayo Clinic, she joined the faculty of the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester and remained there for her entire professional career, rising to Professor of Neurology.NANOS2021
25 Joel Glaser, MD: A Scholar's ScholarJoel Glaser, MD is considered one of the great scholars of neuro-ophthalmology. His published contributions touch nearly every aspect of the field. The principal author of the highly respected textbook Neuro-Ophthalmology, he has trained over 50 fellows who occupy important academic positions across...Jonathan Daniel Trobe MD, Michigan University2010
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