ASOPRS Foundation Michael J. Hawes Lecture

The ASOPRS Foundation Michael J. Hawes Lecture was first established in 2001 in honor of Michael J. Hawes, MD, Past President of ASOPRS and one of the original Founders of the ASOPRS Foundation. The Lecture speakers are chosen by the ASOPRS Program Chair and are dedicated each year to an individual who has demonstrated high dedication and loyalty to the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

2018 ASOSPRS Lecture

From left: Allen M. Putterman, MD, Dedication Introduction; Mark R. Levine, MD, Lecture Dedicated; Malin Malmsjö, MD, PhD, Lecturer; Jan W. Kronish, MD, Foundation Chair; Roberta E. Gausas, MD Foundation Immediate Past Chair and recognized for her service to the Foundation.

2018 Honoree Ralph E. Wesley, MD
second from right

From left: James C. Fleming, MD, Mrs. Julia Wesley, Dr. Wesley and ASOPRS Foundation Chair, Roberta E. Gausas, MD

2016 Speaker Robert Goldberg, MD, left
2016 Honoree Bradley N. Lemke, MD, right

Michael J. Hawes, MD, left,
David R. Segrest, MD, right

YEAR DEDICATED TO FEATURED SPEAKER PRESENTATION TITLE
2018 Mark R. Levine, MD Malin Malmsjö, MD, PhD "Novel Imaging Techniques in Oculoplastic Surgery"
2017 Ralph E. Wesley, MD Craig MacFarlane "The Strength of Your Inner Vision"
2016 Bradley N. Lemke, MD Robert Goldberg, MD "25 Years of Blepharoplasty Complications in Los Angeles: Trends and Lessons"
2015 Richard P. Carroll, MD John B. Holds, MD ASOPRS and Oculofacial Surgery - Current Challenges and the Future
2014 John N. Harrington, MD Michael Kazim, MD Thyroid Eye Disease 25 Years of Progress - What's Next?
2013 William L. 'Bucky' Walter, MD Philip L. Custer, MD Imaging Misadventures
2012 Richard (Dick) K. Dortzbach, MD John W. Shore, MD, FACS Reflections on the Mechanics of Upper Eyelid Movement: Lessons for the Ptosis Surgeon
2011 Michael J. Hawes, MD Kenneth V. Cahill, MD Out of Step, or Step Ahead?
2010 Bartley Frueh, MD George B. Bartley, MD The Surgeon as Student: Learning from Our (My) Mistakes
2009 Murray Meltzer, MD Frank Papay, MD The Ethics and Politics of the first American Face Transplant
2008 Charles M. Stephenson, MD David E. E. Holck, MD
Omaya H. Youssef, MD
Andrew S. Eiseman, MD
Military Oculofacial Plastic Surgery: from Battlefield to Germany to Walter Reed
2007 George Buerger Jr, MD, FACS Timothy Sullivan, MD How Understanding the Genetics of Periciular Malignancies Can Improve Management
2006 James Hargiss, MD Richard Anderson, MD Update on management of Facial Dystonias
2005 Gerald M. Shannon, MD Gerald J. Harris, MD Idiopathic Orbital Inflammations: Current Concepts and Treatment Strategies
2004 Memory of Bernice Z. Brown, MD Robert M. Goldwyn, MD Effect of Cosmetic Surgery on a Specialty
2003 Crowell Beard, MD William R. Nunery, MD ASOPRS Foundation in South Africa
2002 Charles K. Beyer-Machule, MD Frederick Menick, MD Facelift Techniques for the Reconstructive Surgeon
2001 Arthur J. Schaefer, MD George B. Bartley, MD
Michael Kazim, MD
The May ORGO (Orbital Radiatoion for Graves' Ophthalmology) Study: Lessons Learned
The Rational Use of Orbital Radiation Therapy in Graves' Orbitopathy

ASOPRS Foundation Ralph E. Wesley, MD Lecture

The ASOPRS Foundation Ralph E. Wesley, MD Lecture will be established in 2019 in honor of Ralph E. Wesley, MD Past President of ASOPRS and one of the original Founders and ten-year Chair of the ASOPRS Foundation. The Lecture speakers are chosen by the ASOPRS Program Chair and are dedicated each year to an individual who has demonstrated high dedication and loyalty to the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This Lecture will be featured at the Spring ASOPRS Meeting each year, with 2019 being the ingaural year.

 

FUNDING OF THE FOUNDATION COMES SOLELY THROUGH CHARITABLE GIFTS RECEIVED FROM PHYSICIAN MEMBERS, INDUSTRY, GRATEFUL PATIENTS, AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC.