The NANOS Young Neuro-ophthalmologist Committee (we call ourselves YONOs for short!), wants to welcome you to our portal and let you in on all that the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS), the premier professional, educational and research organization for neuro-ophthalmology, has to offer for those interested in pursuing a career in our sub-specialty.
YONO was established in 2012 in an effort to meet the needs of trainees and neuro-ophthalmologists in their first five years in practice. Take a look around our portal-- it has been specifically designed to help you navigate your way into a career in neuro-ophthalmology. Below are audio links from YONOs, providing you some their advice and tips along the way.
If you are not already a member, we encourage you to consider becoming a member of NANOS, at exclusive discounted rates for trainees. View the ‘Join NANOS’ page which highlights the benefits and details for applying for NANOS membership!
During the NANOS Annual Meeting, along with outstanding educational and scientific content, we have created programming that is tailored to the needs of trainees and YONOs including:
Please do not hesitate to contact the NANOS Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about YONO and NANOS.
We would like to invite you to join the newly created NANOS trainee listserv, TRAINEEnet. If you would like to join this listserv, please contact the NANOS Executive Office at email@example.com.
WHO SHOULD JOIN? This listserv is targeted towards medical students, residents and fellows who have an interest in neuro-ophthalmology.
WHY JOIN? It is a low-pressure way to find out more about our amazing field, ask questions about applying for fellowship, becoming a neuro-ophthalmologist, different work environments, etc. We can try to help find research or mentorship opportunities as well. We will occasionally send out content about the field, but also want you to feel free to post questions to the group.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Dr. Courtney Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heather Moss, MD, PhD & Stacy Pineles, MD: Finding a Job
John Pula, MD: Work-Life Balance
Melissa Ko, MD: Women in Neuro-Ophthalmology/Work-Life Balance
Barbara Yates, MD: Negotiating First Contract (Private Practice)
Courtney Francis, MD: Negotiating First Contract (Academic Setting)
Seema Sundaram, MD, FRCS: Starting Out in Private Practice
Sashank Prasad, MD: Adult Neurology/Neuro-Ophtho/Educator/Academic
Stacy Pineles, MD: Pediatric Ophtho/Pediatric Neuro-Ophtho/Academic
Elizabeth Palkovacs, MD, FRCSC: Oculoplastics/Neuro-Ophtho/Private Practice
Beau Bruce, MD: Neurology/Neuro-Ophtho/Clinical Research
Consortium for Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmologists (CPNO): Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology
Connect with NANOS on social media.
Social media resources:
|Madhu Agarwal, MD
|Valerie Biousse, MD
|Swaraj Bose, MD
|Beau Bruce, MD
|Tom Carlow, MD
|Jim Corbett, MD
|Kathleen Digre, MD
|Deb Friedman, MD, MPH
|Larry Frohman, MD
|Randy Kardon, MD, PhD
|Shalom Kelman, MD
|Howard Krauss, MD
|Grant Liu, MD
|Tim McCulley, MD
|Nancy Newman, MD
|Vivek Patel, MD
|Barry Skarf, MD, PhD
|Richard Sogg, MD
|Judith Warner, MD
|Jackie Winterkorn, MD, PhD
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