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Society

The MOS was established in 1911.

The Society is unique as it covers a vast area stretching from Nottingham to Northampton and includes Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge. It spans as far West as Hereford. 

 

Secretariat

Click here for Vacancy for a Personal Assistant/ Secretary to take on the role of Secretariat assisting the executive committee with all administrative matters relating to the successful running of the Society. POST NOW FILLED

 

Secretariat: Miss Juliette Edwards

 

Executive committee

 

MOS Executive Committee has a President, Secretaries, Junior Representatives and a Treasurer. 

 

The President is usually appointed for a one year term. The President may be an Ophthalmologist chosen from Birmingham or from the wider Midlands.

 

Secretaries are appointed for a three year term and typically one is an Ophthalmologist in Birmingham and another based in the wider Midlands.

 

Junior Representatives are appointed for a three year term from the cohort of West Midlands trainees.

The appointed Treasurer is an Ophthalmologist in post for a longer period for logistical reasons.

 

Click here for Vacancy to take on role of Secretary on Council.

 

President: Miss Geetha Thurairajan

Secretary: vacant

Secretary: Mr Tarun Sharma

Treasurer: Miss Vaneeta Sood

President ex Officio: Miss Helen Palmer

President Elect: Mr Aidan Murray 

Junior Rep: Dr Jasvir Virdee

Junior Rep: Dr Nada Burgess

Welcome to The Midland Ophthalmological Society!

The purpose of the Midland Ophthalmological Society ( MOS ) is to advance education, research and quality of clinical practice in all spheres of Ophthalmology. It aims to provide an ideal platform for its members to share their experience in an informal atmosphere.