Awards

 

Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman Award

Nominations Due Monday, June 3, 2019 by 5:00 pm PST

In pursuit of Women in Ophthalmology’s (WIO) goal to enhance and improve the professional environment for women ophthalmologists, the WIO Board of Directors is pleased to offer the annual Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman Award, presented as part of the WIO reception held during the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). Dr. Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman created an endowment with the AAO Foundation that allows for an award to be given annually.

» View Dr. Véronneau-Troutman’s impressive history of contributions to the field of ophthalmology

Nominations are open to any ophthalmologist who has done, in the opinion of the selection committee, the most in the immediate preceding year to advance and enhance the position of women in ophthalmology, and not necessarily to acknowledge a lifetime of professional accomplishment. Recipients must be a current dues-paying WIO member and may not have received the award previously. The recipient must be present to receive the award, unless there are exigent circumstances. A summary of the nominee’s accomplishments during the previous year to advance and enhance the position of women in ophthalmology should be provided in the nomination. A CV is not necessary. Supporting documents (e.g. clippings from professional or lay periodicals) may be submitted.

Submit Your Nomination for this Year!

  • Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman Award Nominations

    Thank you for taking the time to submit a nomination of a woman who is deserving of a WIO award.

  • Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman Award

    In pursuit of Women in Ophthalmology’s (WIO) goal to enhance and improve the professional environment fo women ophthalmologists, the WIO Board of Directors is pleased to offer the annual Suzanne Véronneau-Troutman MD Award. Nominations may not exceed one page in length and should include a summary of the nominee’s accomplishments during the previous year to advance and enhance the position of women in ophthalmology.
  • Please describe in detail why the above nominee deserves to receive the Suzanne Veronneau-Troutman Award. A summary of the nominee’s accomplishments during the previous year to advance and enhance the position of women in ophthalmology should be provided. Supporting documents such as clippings from professional or lay periodicals may be submitted separately to [email protected].


Recipients

2018


Dr. Nancy Holekamp

2017


Emily Y. Chew, MD

2016


Anne L. Coleman, MD, PhD

2015


Lynn Gordon, MD, PhD

2014


Bonnie An Henderson, MD

2014


Joan O'Brien, MD

2013


Ruth Williams, MD

2011


Eydie Miller-Ellis, MD

2010


Joan Miller, MD

2009


Mildred M.G. Olivier, MD

2008


Jennifer I. Lim, MD

2006


Penny A. Asbell, MD

2005


Irene H. Maumenee, MD

2004


Eve J. Higginbotham, MD

2003


Marguerite B. McDonald, MD

2002


Jane D. Kivlin, MD

2001


J. Bronwyn Bateman, MD

2000


Susan Day, MD

1999


Monica L. Monica, MD

1998


Barbara J. Arnold, MD

1997


Bernice Z. Brown, MD