Commission scientifique

wissenschaftl. Sekretär / secrétaire scientifique
Prof. Goldblum David
Universitätsspital Basel
CH-4031 Basel
Téléphone: 41 61 265 86 79, Fax: 41 61 265 87 45

Präsident
Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Thiel Michael A.
Kantonsspital Augenklinik
Spitalstrasse
CH-6000 Luzern 16
Téléphone: 041 205 33 01, Fax: 041 205 34 04

Commission des experts de la SSO pour les expertises FMH

Präsident
Dr. de Courten Christian
2, av. de Montbenon
CH-1003 Lausanne
Téléphone: 021 311 17 17, Fax: 021 311 19 19

Commission d'experts pour les examens de spécialistes

Präsident ab 2017
Prof. Stürmer Jörg
Kantonsspital Winterthur
Augenklinik
CH-8401 Winterthur
Téléphone: 052 266 28 02, Fax: 052 266 45 11

Commission de la formation postgraduée et continue

Präsidentin ab 2017
Dr. Sunaric Mégevand Gordana
Centre Ophtalmologique de Florissant
Avenue Krieg 44BIS
CH-1208 Genève
Téléphone: 022 347 49 80, Fax: 022 347 49 81

Commission pour les questions des tarifs, des assurances et de la qualité

Co-Präsidentin
Dr. Prünte Alexandra
Bahnhofstr. 19
CH-4104 Oberwil
Téléphone: 061 406 96 40, Fax: 061 406 96 45

Co-Präsident
Dr. Thomann Urs
Augenzentrum Willisau
Ettiswilerstr. 12/14
CH-6130 Willisau
Téléphone: 041 970 02 02, Fax: 041 970 01 31

Commission pour l'ophtalmologie dans le tier monde (ophtalmologie internationale)

President: Dr. Andréas J. Kreis, Spécialiste FMH Ophtalmologie et Ophtalmochirurgie, Sion
Expert for International Ophthalmology, Department of Ophthalmology,
Hôpital Universitaire de Genève (HUG)

The Fellowship is an initiative of the SSO Commission for Ophthalmology in
Developing Countries (CODC). The CODC has been founded in the 1970s by
leading Swiss ophthalmologists in the field of international ophthalmology with
projects in Africa, Asia and India among other places on this globe. The CODC
remains a well-supported committee by the Swiss Society of Ophthalmology
(SSO) and its members.

Aim of the Fellowship
The Fellowship aims to provide resources to train such Fellows in areas of
ophthalmology that are unique to developing countries. It will provide an
opportunity for successful candidates who are committed to the practice of
international ophthalmology to experience in-country work including service
delivery and capacity building in developing countries.
The aim of such a Fellowship is to establish long-term relationships between
ophthalmic professionals in both countries.

Fellowship Guidelines
Fellowship Application form