As the current Chair of the Pan-American Ophthalmological Foundation, you are leaving a great legacy behind due to your leadership skills, high ethical values, vision and passion for the education, especially for young Ophthalmologists. The PAOF will surely continue to keep your vision alive and to maintain a motivated and committed team as you have been able to build.
Carlos A. Coscia
“I have witnessed your impressive contributions to Ophthalmology during the past 25 years. Your dedication to leaving a legacy of education through training others in techniques of Phacoemulsification is a mark that you have made in the world of Ophthalmology. Throughout these 25 years, you have done this with the utmost of ethical values, commitment to education and always with great reserve.”
Carlos A. Coscia
Dr. Natalio Izquierdo presented the 2018 Guillermo Picó-Santiago Memorial Lecture. The memorial lecture is presented at the annual meeting of the Puerto Rican Society of Ophthalmology…
“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” –Henry Ford
Nelson, Thank you for being a mentor and friend for the past 30 years. You continually inspire others to achieve greatness.
“It was an easy decision for you to be our first international participant in the AAO Leadership Development Program and we both knew it would lead to the first multi-national program, the Pan Am Curso de Liderazgo. Your engaging manner easily convinced the elders that next generation colleagues deserved earlier opportunities and responsibilities — it was clear to me that you served others more than self.”
Helen and Mike Brennan