MISSION

To provide a premier ophthalmic plastic & reconstructive surgery training experience in an American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - accredited fellowship program
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To create a motivating, collegiate environment among all three fellowship preceptors, providing a well-rounded experience that allows the fellow to take part in a variety of training environments that include a world-renown academic medical center and a high-volume private practice
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To foster the scientific skills required to pursue scholarly research endeavors and actively contribute to the evolving fields of ophthalmology & plastic and reconstructive surgery. 
 
 

THE FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE

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Clinic (Holds)

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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Clinic (Holds)

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Operating Room

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Operating Room

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Operating Room

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Operating Room

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Operating Room

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Clinic (WashU)

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VA Hospital

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Operating Room

Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Inc.

Private practice led by Dr. Holds that provides exposure to a high volume of cosmetic and functional cases.

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Academic tertiary referral setting providing exposure to a wide spectrum of disease states, including complex cases requiring combined, multi-subspecialty collaboration. 

St. Louis Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Clinical and surgical site providing care to the veterans in the St. Louis region. At this location, the fellow attends residents in the clinic and operating room.

 

FELLOWSHIP PRECEPTORS

  John B. Holds,

MD, FACS

Steven M. Couch,

MD, FACS

Philip L. Custer, 

MD, FACS

 

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ASOPRS FELLOWSHIP

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