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Subspecialties Comprehensive, Professional Development

Residency 2.0

 

On Monday October 12th, we hosted our second Live Residents Roundtable. This time our international panel discussed what it means to be a resident today. Our group – hailing from Mexico, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Germany and Morocco – gave their take on modern residency and shared tips and tricks on getting through those early years unscathed.

Meet our speakers

Imane Tarib, 5th Year Resident at the University Hospital Ibn Sina, Rabat, Morrocco (moderator)

Lena Beckers, 1st Year Resident at Breyer, Kaymak & Klabe Eye Surgery Medical Practice, Düsseldorf, Germany 

Lorenz Kuske, Glaucoma Fellow at the University Eye Hospital, Basel, Switzerland

Atanas Yuliyanov Bogoev, 4th Year Resident at the Vision Eye Clinic, Sofia, Bulgaria

Ana Silvia Serrano-Ahumada, Cornea Fellow at Oftalmologos Mozo, Barranquilla, Colombia 

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