The Ophthalmology residency training program at the Casey Eye Institute is the direct extension of the residency program established by Kenneth Swan , M.D. at the University of Oregon Medical School in 1944-45. As such, it is the oldest Ophthalmology training program on the West Coast. The department admits five residents per year.
The OOAA holds a continuing medical education meeting each year in the spring and a reception in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. The OOAA supports the residency training program by providing each resident with the AAO’s Basic and Clinical Science Curriculum. At each annual meeting, the Edward N. McLean Community Service Award is given to the resident judged to have made particular contributions in Community Service during the course of his/her residency training.
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OOAA reception at the annual AAO meeting
Please join us for a reception during the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting. Current and former Residents, Fellows, Faculty and friends are welcome to attend.
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019
6 - 10 p.m.
399 The Embarcadero
75th Annual OOAA Meeting
Friday June 5 - Saturday, June 6, 2020
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
OHSU Casey Eye Institute
Elks Children's Eye Clinic building
The 60,000 square foot building will house new childhood vision screening and treatment programs, space for clinical trials in macular degeneration and other eye diseases, and our Gene Therapy Center.
A sight for the senses
The new facility, which will house top-tier research and eye care services, was thoughtfully designed for all ages and visual abilities. It also aims to evoke a sense of wonder and playfulness, especially in our youngest patients and visitors.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the building’s innovative features:
Support our vision for the future
Help end preventable blindness through research and care.