2020 Annual Meeting

 

Message from NANOS regarding the 2020 Annual Meeting

 

 

The 2020 Annual Meeting Syllabus is now available!


 


CME INFORMATION


Claiming CME is as easy as 1-2-3:
Access the NANOS 2020 Annual Meeting Evaluations by using the following link: nanos2020.sur-sys.com

Complete the evaluation of sessions attended. The evaluation may be completed during the meeting or before Friday, April 10th.
 
CME Certificates will be emailed approximately three weeks after completion of the evaluations.

Total Annual Meeting Credits: 28.75 Credit(s)

ABPN Self-Assessment CME
The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology has reviewed the NANOS 46th Annual Meeti ng and has approved this program as part of a comprehensive program, which is mandated by the ABMS as a necessary component of Maintenance of Certification. Complete information regarding the ABPN Self-Assessment CME Maintenance of Certification requirements are available at www.abpn.com.

ABO Self-Assessment CME
This activity meets the Self-Assessment CME requirements defined by the American Board of Ophthalmology (ABO). Please be advised that the ABO is not an accrediting body for purposes of any CME program. ABO does not sponsor this or any outside activity, and ABO does not endorse any parti cular CME activity. Complete information regarding the ABO Self-Assessment CME Maintenance of Certification requirements are available at www.abop.org

MOC SELF-ASSESSMENT CREDITS

In order to obtain MOC self-assessment credits, the accrediting bodies require that you take a pre-test and post-test to measure the change in knowledge. Please CLICK HERE to take the post-test by April 15, 2020  These tests are optional for anyone not seeking MOC credits.


2020 Award winners

FRANK B. WALSH BEST ABSTRACT BY A FELLOW
Tatiana Deveney, MD for the presentation “Look in the Back”

JAMES A. SHARPE BEST ABSTRACT BY A FELLOW
Rahul Sharma, MD, MPH, FRCSC - Prognostic Value of the Neurological Pupil Index in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH) Patients: The FOTO-ICU Study  

BEST ABSTRACT BY A RESIDENT
Jenny Hepschke, MBBS, BSc(MED), PhD - Is Visual Snow a thalamo-cortical dysrhythmia of the visual processing system – a magnetoencephalogram study

BEST ABSTRACT BY A STUDENT 
Elizabeth Saionz, PhD - Time is vision: early training enhances vision restoration after occipital stroke

2020 PILOT GRANT AWARD
Michael Dattilo, MD, PhD - “Tree shrew retinal venous pulsations: Toward a system to non-invasively measure intracranial pressure”

THOMAS AND SUSAN CARLOW YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
Ahmara G. Ross, MD, PhD -  “Development of a Retinal Ganglion Cell Specific Gene Therapy Using SIRT1 Signaling”

2020 MERIT AWARD
(for extraordinary contributions of time, energy, and resources to NANOS)

Kevin E. Lai, MD
Kimberly M. Winges, MD

HOYT LECTURE AWARD
John L. Keltner, MD for his presentation of the WILLIAM F. HOYT LECTURE
“CAR – Unexplained Vision Loss" 

J. LAWTON SMITH AWARD
Melinda Chang, MD for her article with John Keltner - “Risk factors for fellow eye involvement in non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION)”

PILOT GRANT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AWARD
Sangeeta Khanna, MD


THANK YOU TO OUR 2020 TOP SUPPORTERS AND EXHIBITORS!

2020 Top Supporters

Horizon Therapeutics (Platinum)
Sanofi Genzyme (Silver)
GenSight Biologics S.A. (Silver)
EMD Serono (Bronze)

2020 Exhibitors

Alexion Pharmaceuticals
BulbiTech AS
Diagnosys LLC
Eschenbach Optik
GenSight Biologics S.A.
Horizon Therapeutics
Interacoustics
KLS Martin Group
Konan Medical USA
LHON Project at UMDF
Mayo Clinic Laboratories
Metrovision
Nextech
Novartis Pharmaceuticals
Sanofi Genzyme
TDS Health
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA
Viela Bio
Wolters Kluwer

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2020 MEETING PHOTOS

Click here to view the 2020 Annual Meeting Photos.


 

I always find the annual meetings excellent. So nice to get CME hours that are relevant to what I do every day."
— Marybeth Grazko, MD
2019 NANOS Annual Meeting Attendee

 

"The NANOS meeting and Walsh are the highlights of my year."
— 2019 NANOS Annual Meeting Attendee and a long-time member of NANOS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q1: How can I register for the 2020 Annual Meeting in Amelia Island, FL?
A1: Registration is now open - click here! Registration Pricing can be found here

Q2: How do I become a member of NANOS?
A2: Please click here to view the application requirements and submit your NANOS Membership Application. Contact info@nanosweb.org for any additional information.

Q3: Is the room share available again this year?
A3:  Click here to access a Google doc, which is designed to connect attendees with one another in order to share accommodations at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort.  Please provide your full name, contact information, and other relevant comments.  Use this document to directly contact other people on the list looking for a roommate.

Q4: Where is the 2020 NANOS Annual Meeting Located?
A4: The NANOS 2020 Annual Meeting will be located at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort 39 Beach Lagoon Rd, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 . Click here to reserve your stay today! 

 

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"I most treasure the colleagiality of the annual meetings and ability to connect with other neuro-ophthalmologists face to face in a relatively small conference."
— Steven Hamilton, MD
2019 NANOS Annual Meeting Attendee and a long-time member of NANOS

"NANOS is invaluable in all aspects of a neuro-ophthalmology career with networking opportunities, resources for academic and practice pursuits, and educational offerings that are second-to-none."
— Victoria Pelak, MD
2019 NANOS Annual Meeting Attendee and a long-time member of NANOS

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