NANOS Spotlight is a Society newsletter that keeps NANOS members informed of what's going on in the Society, highlights member achievements, celebrates member successes and Society accomplishments, features NANOS volunteers and member resources, and much more. Enjoy our January 2023 issue and click here to check out our past issues.
EXHIBITS AND SUPPORT
Click here to view the Exhibit and Support Prospectus that provides unique opportunities to amplify your brand, establish your thought leadership and maximize your impact among neuro-ophthalmology professionals.
If you have any questions about supporting the Annual Meeting, please contact Tara Thebeau at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW! WE NEED MORE NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
Newly published article Subspecialty Provider Shortages Put American Healthcare in Jeopardy by Higher Ed Careers sheds light on the significance of the neuro-ophthalmologist shortage we are facing today. Read the full article here.
NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Visit the NANOS website for more information on neuro-ophthalmology fellowship opportunities!
NANOS CAREER CENTER
Facing challenges because of the neuro-ophthalmologist shortage? Visit the NANOS Career Center!
FEATURED JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Neuro-Ophthalmology with Jackson Physician Search | Atlanta, GA | Learn More
Fellowship-trained Neuro-Ophthalmologist | Portland, OR | Learn More
Neuro-Ophthalmologist Physician | Wilmington, North Carolina | Learn More
NEW! NEW YEAR, NEW OPTIONS
NANOS COMMUNICATION UPDATE
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NANOS COMMITTEE HIGHLIGHTS
Did you know that NANOS has 40+ committees and taskforces?
NANOS is proud of and grateful for having so many engaged volunteers who are passionate about advancing our mission. All our volunteers are the blood vessels of our organization. All that NANOS does ties back to their ongoing efforts and hard work behind the scenes.
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE HIGHLIGHTS:
What is your committee working on and how does it impact NANOS Members?
As the fundraising arm of NANOS, we work to encourage private donations and industry support to help NANOS meet its goals that could not be achieved through dues revenue alone. A year-long effort, our current priority is reaching out to previous supporters and potential new industry partners. NANOS raised over $39,000 in private donations (thank you!) thus far for 2022 and has commitments of over $275,000 from industry as of 1/16/23 to support the 2023 Annual meeting!
What resources should the membership be aware of?
- Did you know that all NANOS donations are recognized (unless otherwise requested) on our website here?
- If you’d like more CME credit, look out for emails from Vindico, one of NANOS current partners, for CME opportunities! To receive these, be sure to whitelist firstname.lastname@example.org or login to your NANOS profile and update your email preferences here.
Make sure to subscribe to the NANOS listservs to stay connected and network with fellow professionals. To get subscribed or request changes in your email address, please email the NANOS Executive Office at email@example.com.
- NANOSNET DISCUSSION FORUM: The NANOSNET listserv is a private forum maintained by NANOS for use by its members and selected other participants with a professional interest in neuro-ophthalmology.
- YONO DISCUSSION FORUM: The goal of this discussion forum is geared towards the young/new neuro-ophthalmology community and provides a platform to share resources and collaborate.
- WIN DISCUSSION FORUM: The goal of the NANOS Women in Neuro-ophthalmology listserv is to be an easy communication portal between interested women of NANOS in order to facilitate open dialog on subjects that are of interest to its members.
HOW DO I POST IMAGES ON NANOSNET?
Subscribers are not permitted to attach files to NANOSNET messages. You can send any images that accompany a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and a link to the files to include in a NANOSNET message will be sent to you. You MUST screen all images for any identifying patient information, and carefully remove it BEFORE submitting the materials to us for posting. See below for more NANOSNET FAQs.
WIN BOOK CLUB
All books selected for the WIN Leadership Book Club tend to focus on how to improve leadership presence in the workplace, strengthen diplomatic skills, improve negotiations, foster mentorship, and improve relationships. A brief overview of the December WIN Book Club discussion is featured here.
INTERESTED IN JOINING THE NEXT BOOK CLUB MEETING?
The next Book Club meeting will be Sunday, February 12 (Super Bowl Sunday), but moved earlier to 12pm PST. The book in discussion will be Micro-Reslilience: Minor Shifts for Major Boosts in Focus, Drive, and Energy, by Bonnie St. John and Allen P. Haines.
Contact Barbara Yates at email@example.com to get involved. Happy reading!
NEW KNOWLEDGE IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY:
A pooled analysis of 189 patients who received intravitreal Lenadogene nolparvovec gene therapy for LHON demonstrates that it has a good overall safety profile. – Article • Twitter • Facebook
A female patient had #MS at the age of 18, and she developed acute transverse myelitis and was diagnosed as #NMO at the age of 57. The teaching point of the case is to reconsider whether the original working diagnosis remains tenable. – Article • Twitter • Facebook
In this insightful systematic review NANOS member and posterior cortical atrophy expert Dr. Victoria Pelak and colleagues highlight knowledge gained from longitudinal studies of PCA and research opportunities. – Article • Twitter • Facebook
NANOS MEMBERS IN THE NEWS - DR. HELEN DANESH-MEYER
A hearty congratulations to Professor Helen Danesh-Meyer, MBChB, MD, PhD FRANZCO for receiving the New Zealand Order of Merit! Read the full article by Eye Institute, World-leading New Zealand eye surgeon recognised in King’s honours list, here.
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