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Stephen S. Feman, M. D., F.A.C.S

Professor of Ophthalmology
Specialty: Retinal Diseases

EDUCATION:

 

1962 - B.A.                 Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

1966 - M.D.                University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

1966 - 1967                 Internship, Harvard Surgical Service, Beth Israel Hospital,

Boston, Massachusetts

1967 - 1968                 Resident in Surgery, Harvard Surgical Service, Beth Israel Hospital,

Boston, Massachusetts

1968 - 1969                 Fellow in Ophthalmic Pathology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA

1969 - 1972                 Resident in Ophthalmology, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA

1972 - 1973                 Fellow in Retinal Diseases, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA

1973 - 1974                 Fellow in Retinal Diseases, Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute,

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland.

 

AWARDS:

1968                  National Institutes of Health Special Fellow

1972                  Heed Foundation Fellow

1973                  Seeing Eye Foundation Fellow

1978                  Max Miller Memorial Lecturer, Cleveland Diabetes Association

1981                  Certificate of Appreciation, Tennessee Public Health Association

1984                  American Academy of Ophthalmology, Honor Award

1984                  Certificate of Appreciation, International Council,

Association for Education of the Blind and Visually Impaired

1989                  "Health Care Professional of the Year," Tennessee Chapter,

Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Visually Impaired

1990                  Tennessee Society to Prevent Blindness,

"Certificate of Appreciation" for community service

1991                  American Board of Ophthalmology,

"Certificate of Appreciation" for Associate Examiner activities.

1993                  Tennessee Academy of Ophthalmology,

"Honor Award" for service to the Ophthalmic Community.

1993                  American Academy of Ophthalmology,

"Model State Society" Leadership Award.

1994                  Charles H. Best Medal, American Diabetes Association.

1997                  Leadership Award, for Scientific and Educational Programs,

Tennessee Academy of Ophthalmology.

1997                  Honor Award from the Collaborative Investigators of the Multi-center Trial and    Outcome Study of Cryotherapy for Retinopathy of Prematurity.

1998                  The Walter and Sharon Ryan Davisson Endowed Chair, Saint Louis University.

1999                  Associate Examiner, American Board of Ophthalmology

2000                  Certificate of Recognition, Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.

2001                  American Academy of Ophthalmology, Senior Honor Achievement Award, for                      distinguished faculty service in scientific and educational programs.

2002                                    Associate Examiner, American Board of Ophthalmology

2001 – Present            Listed in “Best Doctors in America”®

2004                  Distinguished Service Award, Saint Louis University