Carol F. Boerner (res. ’78-81) reports a new business, Vermont Facial Aesthetics, in Norwich.
James J. Bedrick (retina fellow ’81-82) is proud to announce the birth of his twin grandchildren, Benjamin and Olivia Graubart. Mother Emily Graubart (res. ’05-08) is an assistant professor in the Comprehensive service at Emory Eye Center. He wonders, “Could one or both of the twins be the third-generation of Emory-trained ophthalmologists.”
Christine L. Burns et al (pediatric ophthalmology fellow ’84) published “Delayed Adjustable Sutures: A Multicentered Clinical Review” in the British Journal of Ophthalmology (online 6.24.2010).
John M. Dixon (res. '71-74) announced that he retired in October 2010.
Charles S. Hill (glaucoma fellow ’85) was included in an Essence magazine article, “False Eyelashes.”
Robert E. Livingston III(res. ’66 ophthal; res. ’71 radiology) reported that he’s still working.
Mark R. Melson (oculoplastics fellow ’08) was selected to the 2011-12 AAO Leadership Development Program.
S. Grace Prakalapakorn (’05M; ’05PH; res. ’06-09) has joined the faculty at Duke Eye Center as assistant professor in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.
Ralph E. Wesley (oculoplastics fellow ’79) presented the Hughes Lecture at AAO 2011. He serves as a clinical professor of ophthalmology at Vanderbilt Medical Center.