The neuro-ophthalmology division at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford is pleased to offer a one-year, AUPO FCC compliant neuro-ophthalmology fellowship that is designed for physicians who have completed residency training in either ophthalmology or neurology at the time the fellowship commences.
Activities will consist of outpatient care, inpatient consultation, didactic learning including attendance at the Stanford Bay Area Ophthalmology Course, and presentation at national conferences such as the North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society (NANOS) annual meeting. Training will be tailored to the fellow’s previous training and future interests including opportunities for research and teaching. Upon completion of this training, fellows will be broadly trained to diagnose and manage a variety of neuro-ophthalmic conditions.
The clinical neuro-ophthalmology faculty, consisting of Drs. Joyce Liao, Heather Moss, and Shannon Beres will provide supervision. Affiliated faculty Dr’s Ted Cooper and Khizer Khaderi will also contribute to education.
Y. Joyce Liao, MD, PhD (director)
Shannon Beres, MD
Heather Moss, MD, PhD
Talmadge (Ted) Cooper, MD
Khizer Khaderi, MD, MPH
Neuro-Ophthalmology Group (left to right): Ted Cooper, Heather Moss, Joyce Liao, Shannon Beres, and Richard Sogg