Obama appoints three more ophthalmic surgeons to U.S. Supreme Court
Three ophthalmarologists from the University of California, Irvine, will join the U.A.E. Supreme Courts.
Their appointment, which was made on Tuesday, will allow the UC Irvine School of Medicine to bring more ophthamists to the bench.
S, California and California-based UC Irvine’s School of Ophthalmology announced its announcement in a press release.
They are:Christopher R. Smith, Ph.
D., who has served on the U and California Supreme Court, was appointed to the US.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in January, 2018, and has been named to the California Supreme Judicial Court.
His nomination was made by the U, California, and California appellate judges in January of this year.
His nomination was denied by the Supreme Court.
Aubrey M. Ladd, Ph., M.P.H., is the chief of the Division of Clinical Practice and Surgery at the University Medical Center, San Francisco.
She has served as chief of surgical oncology at the UCSF Medical Center.
She was appointed by the California State Assembly to the state Supreme Court in January 2018.
She has served in the California Superior Court and as an appellate judge in San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda, Contra Costa and Marin Counties, and as a judge on the San Francisco Municipal Court.
She previously served on both the San Jose Municipal Court and the San Mateu Municipal Court in San Jose, San Jose and San Francisco Counties.
She previously served as a law clerk to the Superior Court judge in the San Diego County Superior Court.
Dr. Lattis will also serve on the American Ophthalmologic Society, which is the nation’s largest nonprofit organization for the medical profession.
She was appointed in September 2016 to the board of directors of the society.
Dr Lattus, who has previously served in various capacities with the society, previously served for more than 15 years as president of the Society of Ocular Pathologists of America.
She will continue her leadership in the organization through her appointment as the vice president of its board of trustees.
Her appointment to the Board of Trustees was approved by the Board on September 15, 2017, and the appointment is effective as of November 1, 2018.
The American Ocular Society’s Board of Directors is made up of a board of 12 members, four of whom are nominated by the Society, and six of whom serve on that board, including Dr. Littles.
The board is composed of Dr. Robert J. Brown, who serves as chairman, Dr. John B. Smith III, who is vice chair and Dr. Mark B. Hagerty, the executive vice president.
The Society has over 30,000 members worldwide, as well as affiliates in more than 100 countries and territories.