Find your community at ASCRS: With different membership types, from the young eye surgeon (YES) member to the established practicing physician to the physician emeritus, ASCRS members span a range of experience. They are comprehensive ophthalmologists, cataract surgeons, cornea surgeons, and glaucoma surgeons—all focused on or with an interest in anterior segment surgery.
Find your professional development at ASCRS: With the continual advances in technologies, techniques, and knowledge in the specialty, ASCRS has been described as a “continuing residency,” providing its members with educational opportunities they need to stay at the forefront of eyecare.
Find your place at ASCRS: Join the thousands of like-minded anterior segment surgeons committed to providing the best vision, outcomes, and quality of life for their patients at an organization equally committed to providing the best resources, advocacy, and support.
ASCRS taught me to be uncompromising in the pursuit of better outcomes for patients through application of the latest technology and surgical techniques.
John Berdahl, MD
I first joined ASCRS as a first year resident when surgical instruction courses appealed to me and were a perfect adjunct to what I was learning in residency. I later learned that the educational offerings are just the beginning of what it means to belong to ASCRS. This organization understands what today's surgeons need—from advocacy to practice resources to opportunities to connect with colleagues from around the country and world. Because ASCRS is led by its members, ASCRS serves its members. I look forward to continuing my membership for the rest of my career.
John Hovenesian, MD
ASCRS membership helps me connect with my colleagues and keep current with the latest advances and technologies in our specialty today.
Jennifer Loh, MD