Ten Faculty Members Offer Their Expertise at NEOS Meeting

December 17, 2018

photo of Dean Eliott, Jorge Arroyo, Joan MillerOn November 30, several faculty members participated in the New England Ophthalmological Society (NEOS) meeting held at the Back Bay Event Center.  

Michael Yoon, MD, moderated the morning session, Iatrogenic Complications—Neuro-Ophthalmology and Oculoplastics. This session included talks by Linda Dagi, MD, on Binocular Diplopia after Ophthalmic Surgery: Potential Culprits and Addressing the Problem and Daniel Lefebvre, MD, on Management of Post-surgical Facial Nerve Palsy. Drs. Dagi and Lefebvre also participated in the Questions and Panel Discussion at the end of the session.  

Harvard Ophthalmology Chair Joan W. Miller, MD, co-moderated the afternoon session, Posterior Segment Case Presentations. This session included case presentations by John B. Miller, MD, on Bubble Trouble; Miin Roh, MD, MPH, MSc, on Poor Vision, Retinal Hemorrhage and Exudates; and Yoshihiro Yonekawa, MD, on White Pupil—What to Do? Jorge Arroyo, MD, MPH; Dean Eliott, MD; and Deeba Husain, MD, participated as panelists.  

Founded in 1884, NEOS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and advancement of ophthalmology.   

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