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Officers


President
Paul Sternberg, Jr., MD
President-Elect
M. Gilbert Grand, MD
Secretary
Andrew P. Schachat, MD
Treasurer
James C. Folk, MD
Executive Secretary
Lawrence J.  Singerman, MD


Past Presidents

Arnall Patz, MD
J. Donald M. Gass, MD
Morton F. Goldberg, MD
Robert C. Watzke, MD
Stephen J. Ryan, MD
John G. Clarkson, MD
David H. Orth, MD
Alexander J. Brucker, MD
Lee M. Jampol, MD
Thomas M. Aaberg, MD
Travis A. Meredith, MD
Kurt A. Gitter, MD
William F. Mieler, MD
Daniel Finkelstein, MD
Lawrence A. Yannuzzi, MD
Evangelos S. Gragoudas, MD
Jerry A. Shields, MD

Michael L. Klein, MD
Emily Y. Chew, MD
Mark S. Blumenkranz, MD

Neil M. Bressler, MD
Immediate Past President


Committee Chairs

Awards
Mark S. Blumenkranz, MD

By-Laws Chair
SriniVas Sadda, MD

Credentials
Karl Csaky, MD, PhD

Meeting Planning
Sophie J. Bakri, MD

Nominating
G. Baker Hubbard, III, MD

Program
Judy E. Kim, MD

Research and Education Chair
Jennifer I. Lim, MD

Website Chair
Mathew MacCumber, MD, PhD

AAO Representative
Michael J. Elman, MD

International Member
Oh W. Kwon, MD

Young Member
David Sarraf, MD

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MACULARTmeeting

PARIS - 2015

Click here for the 2015 Meeting

The Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network (DRCR.net) is currently planning a study to begin summer 2014 to evaluate diabetic retinopathy on ultrawide field (UWF) photos and ultrawide field fluorescein angiography.

The details of the project, the requirements for collaboration, and the application can be found after logging in as a Macula Society member here.

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History of the Macula Society

Singerman

Lawrence J. Singerman

The Macula Society was founded in 1977 when Dr. Lawrence J. Singerman recognized the need for a forum to present and critique the rapidly expanding new research in retinal vascular and macular disease. He invited a few dozen leaders in these areas to the first meeting. He persuaded his mentor, Dr. Arnall Patz, to be the first president. He planned the meeting in Key Biscayne, Florida, to facilitate the presence of Dr. J. Donald Gass, who opened the first session and moderated the last session of the meeting. Dr. Gass also became the second president of the Society. At the first meeting, committee chairmen were nominated and elected by the attendees.

Still, after 37 years, the purpose of the Society is to provide a forum for the presentation and dissemination of the most current and most advanced scientific information and research available in retinal vascular and macular diseases.

Currently, the Macula Society has 423 members, including many international members. Applications are accepted only once a year, and members are selected via rigorous acceptance criteria, including extensive contribution to retinal literature. Membership is, therefore, smaller than some organizations, which has promoted exceptional camaraderie and loyalty to the Society. Most members come to almost every meeting. The vast majority of members is involved in cutting-edge research and/or are investigators in major clinical trials.

Officers

 

Paul Sternberg, MD
President
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Gilbert Grand, MD
President-Elect
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Andrew P. Schachat, MD
Secretary
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James C. Folk
Treasurer
Lawrence Singerman, MD
Executive Secretary
Singerman
Anat Loewenstein, MD
International Member
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Raj Apte, MD
Young Member
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