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Young Ophthalmologists
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Academy YOs are members in training, those doing a fellowship and in their first five years in practice.

The American Academy of Ophthalmology has a long-term strategy to engage young ophthalmologists and guide them through the many stages of professional life which can span over a decade. We offer educational programs, career services and professional development services catered to each level of training, from residency through practice and academia.

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Going to Chicago? Make sure you check out the 2014 YO Brochure (PDF 2.4 MB) - your number one resource for AAO 2014, Oct. 18 to 21!
 

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For Residents:

For YOs in their first five years of practice

  • Don't miss the biggest meeting in ophthalmology. Plan to attend AAO 2014 in conjunction with the European Society of Ophthalmology, Oct. 18 – 21 at McCormick Place, Chicago.
  • Need pearls for your practice? Check out AAOE or read articles from YO Info on practice management.

For those who want to get involved:
Are you a natural born advocate, writer, or international envoy? YO leadership focuses on all these areas and much more!

  • Join your state and national society and attend one of their regional meetings.
  • Contribute content to the Academy’s EyeWiki.

If you have more questions, we’re happy to help! Email yo@aao.org.

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