American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
The American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS) is an academic association of pediatric ophthalmologists and strabismus surgeons. The pediatric ophthalmology fellowships in the United States are accredited by the AAPOS. International members are also allowed based on evident valuable contributions and dedication to the field of pediatric ophthalmology.
President Annual meeting Year
Edward G. Buckley, MD Seattle, WA 2007-2008
Christie L. Morse, MD Seattle, WA 2006-2007
Michael X. Repka, MD Keystone, CO 2005-2006
Susan H. Day, MD Orlando, FL 2004-2005
George S. Ellis, Jr, MD Washington, DC 2003-2004
Joseph H. Calhoun, MD Waikoloa, HI 2002-2003
Jane D. Kivlin
Jane D. Kivlin
Jane Kivlin is an American ophthalmologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatrics genetics and strabismus. A longstanding member of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, she served as President of this organization...

, MD
Seattle, WA 2001-2002
Albert W. Biglan, MD Orlando, FL 2000-2001
Maynard B. Wheeler, MD San Diego, CA 1999-2000
Marilyn T. Miller
Marilyn T. Miller
Marilyn Miller is an American pediatric ophthalmologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of congenital eye diseases and strabismus. She has held leadership positions in her field, often as the first female in those positions.- Training :...

, MD
Toronto, Canada 1998-1999
John W. Simon, MD Palm Springs, CA 1997-1998
Earl A. Palmer, MD Charleston, SC 1996-1997
John D. Baker, MD Snowbird, UT 1995-1996
Malcolm L. Mazow, MD Orlando, FL 1994-1995
David L. Guyton, MD Vancouver, BC 1993-1994
Forrest D. Ellis, MD Palm Springs, CA 1992-1993
John T. Flynn
John T. Flynn
John Thomas Flynn was an American journalist best known for his opposition to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and to American entry into World War II.-Career:...

, MD
Maui, HI 1991-1992
Henry S. Metz
Henry Metz
Henry S. Metz, MD, MBA, is an American pediatric ophthalmologist. He was the CEO of the Smith-Kettlewell Institute in San Francisco from 2003-2008...

, MD
Montreal, Canada 1990-1991
Eugene M. Helveston, MD Lake George, NY 1989-1990
William E. Scott, MD Kiawah, HI 1988-1989
Arthur L. Rosenbaum, MD Boston, MA 1987-1988
Gunter K. von Noorden, MD Scottsdale, AZ 1986-1987
Thomas D. France, MD Maui, HI 1985-1986
Eugene R. Folk
Eugene R. Folk
Gene Folk was an American ophthalmologist who specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of strabismus. A charter member of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, he later served as President of this organization...

, MD
Puerto Rico 1984-1985
John A. Pratt-Johnson
John Pratt-Johnson
John A. Pratt-Johnson, FRCS, FRCS, is a Canadian ophthalmologist and Emeritus Professor of Ophthalmology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He is a famous pediatric ophthalmologist and has trained many fellows at the university...

, MD
Vail, CO 1983-1984
Alfred G. Smith, MD Vancouver, BC 1982-1983
Arthur Jampolsky, MD Monterey, CA 1981-1982
Webb Chamberlain, MD Orlando, FL 1980-1981
Phillip Knapp, MD San Diego, CA 1979-1980
David S. Friendly, MD Toronto, Canada 1978-1980
Robison D. Harley, MD Williamsburg, VA 1977-1978
Jack C. Crawford, MD San Francisco, CA 1876-1977
Robert D. Reinecke, MD Bermuda 1975-1976
Marshall M. Parks
Marshall M. Parks
Marshall Miller Parks was an American ophthalmologist known to many as "the father of pediatric ophthalmology".-Early life:...

, MD
Lake Tahoe, NV 1974-1975

See also

  • Pediatric ophthalmology
    Pediatric ophthalmology
    Pediatric ophthalmology is a sub-speciality of ophthalmology concerned with eye diseases, visual development, and vision care in children.-Training:...

  • Infant vision
    Infant vision
    The science of infant vision gives a verifiable basis for some practices of pediatric ophthalmology and gathers measurements intended to describe, monitor and predict:* development of retinal photoreceptor cells...

  • Orthoptics
  • International Orthoptic Association
    International Orthoptic Association
    The International Orthoptic Association represents over 20,000 orthoptists, in over 20 countries.- History :The International Orthoptic Association was formed in 1967 after the first International Orthoptic Congress. The British Orthoptic Association were the founding members. - Registration and...

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