Abstract # P-236 Use of Linear Flow and the AMO Phacoemulsification Handpiece for Safe and Efficient Removal of Pediatric Cataracts

Nijm, Lisa
Chicago, IL, USA

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About the Presenter:
Dr. Lisa M. Nijm is currently a second year ophthalmology resident at the University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from the M.D./J.D. dual degree program at Southern Illinois University Schools of Medicine and Law in May of 2004. She has received several awards for her scholarly work in the fields of medicine and law including the American College of Legal Medicine’s Schwartz Award and the AMA Foundation Leadership Award. Dr. Nijm presently serves on the board of directors for the Illinois Association of Ophthalmology and as a resident representative to the American Medical Association. Upon completion of her residency training in June 2008, Dr. Nijm plans to pursue a career in ophthalmology while continuing to advocate on behalf of physicians and patients for improvements in health care policy.
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Nijm, Lisa M.; Curnyn, Kimberlee M.

University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary
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