Women in Ophthalmology

Working with our Department Chair, Dr. Jeffrey Goldberg, both Drs. Andrea Kossler and Carolyn Pan have facilitated numerous mentorship events for residents and faculty, including panels on career choices and development in ophthalmology, and working sessions to review and build CVs.

Dr. Pan serves as the Associate Residency Program Director for the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford. 

Dr. Kossler was elected to the Women In Ophthalmology Board of Directors in 2022. 

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WIO Photo Highlights

WIO 2022

Byers Eye Institute faculty and residents network, mentor, learn, and even pose for a few photos at WIO events. 

WIO 2019

Front Row (left to right): Shannon Beres, MD, Arthika Chandramohan, MD, Luo Luo Zheng, MD, and Angelica Ortiz, MD. Back Row (left to right): Andrea Kossler, MD, FACS, Artis Montague, MD, PhD, Heather Moss, MD, PhD, Carolyn Pan, MD, and Irma Muminovic, MD

WIO 2017

Andrea Kossler, MD, (3rd from right) received the Mentorship Award at the annual WIO Symposium in San Diego, CA in 2017 in recognitions of her impact on her mentees’ education and careers. 

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EnVision Summit: "Empowering Women"- Puerto Rico

Andrea Kossler, MD, FACS, presents at the EnVision Summit.

Deborah Alcorn, MD, presents at the EnVision Summit.

NANOS Women in Neuro-Ophthalmology Committee

NANOS 2020 Women in Neuro-Ophthalmology Committee, Heather Moss, MD, PhD (3rd from right).

(L-R): Drs. Heather Moss, Shannon Beres, and Lakshmi Leishangthem

Joyce Liao, MD, PhD, presenting remotely at NANOS 2020

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