Dr. Tony Jones, MD, is a member of the ophthalmologic group at University of South Carolina
Dr. Jones is the founding director of the Ophthalmology Fellowship Program, which offers fellowships for the specialty of ophthalmoscope.
He has also worked in the ocular pathology fellowship program at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and he has been a faculty member of Dr. William L. Sayer College of Medicine at Vanderbilt University.
In 2016, Dr. Sayers became the first doctor in the United States to be appointed to the chair of the Department of Ophthalmic Surgery at the U.S. Army Medical School.
He is a graduate of the University at Buffalo and the University Health Science Center in Pittsburgh, and is currently a professor of ocular surgery at Vanderbilt Medical School, a member the board of directors for the American Ophthalmological Association and the board member of The Ophthalmosocope Foundation of America.
Dr. Lutz Jones has been an advocate for ophthalmic medicine since he was a boy.
He spent most of his childhood and adolescence in the South, and his early years as a child patient were marred by neglect and abuse.
When he was in his 20s, he decided to move to Alabama and opened a clinic there, which is still in operation today.
Dr Jones has received many awards, including a Silver Medal from the American College of Ocular Surgeons for his work in the field of oculogy and glaucoma management, a 2017 National Medal of Technology Award for his expertise in the treatment of ommatidia and ocular tumors, and the 2017 American College and Society of Oculopaths Award for excellence in medical education.
He received a Presidential Certificate of Merit in Ophthalmia and Ocular Surgery from the Ocular Medicine Society of America and a Distinguished Professor’s Award from the University Medical School of the United Kingdom.
He also serves on the board and chair of several nonprofit organizations, including the American Academy of Osteopathic Ophthalms, the American Board of Otorhinolaryngology, and American Ocular Ophthalmmetry.
He holds a Master of Science in ophthalmy, a B.S., and a Ph.
D. in oculogy.
Dr Lutz is a licensed ophthalmaologist and a member, along with his wife, of the National Ophthalmy Association and is an active member of many educational institutions.
He currently serves as the chair and vice chair of a National Council on Ophthalmaological Research, a Board member of American Osteopaths, a Director of the American Society of oro-pharmacology and a past president of the Association for Ophthalmonologist and Ophthalmolgist.
Dr Andrew J. Jones has completed his primary education in medicine in the New England area.
His training included fellowship and residency training in ocular anatomy, ophthalmitic surgery, and ophthalmolgy.
He was an assistant professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and a graduate student at the School of Onderbilt University School for Ocular Imaging.
Dr Jordon Jones is a fellow in the Oculogy fellowship program of the Mayo Clinic, where he was trained as an ophthalmmologist.
His interests include ophthalmia, ocular cancer, and eye diseases.
He joined the Mayo clinic in 1993 as a fellow and is now a clinical instructor of oophthalmology, an ocular surgeon and an otorhinological surgeon.
He teaches ophthalmetry and oculometry at the Mayo Children’s Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Dr David M. Jones, M.D., has served as the clinical director of Ophthomatology at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital since 1995.
He completed his training as a general ophthalmatologist in Rochester and graduated from the Rochester University School the following year.
He went on to become a board member and director of medical ophthalmiologists in Rochester.
He served as medical director of St. Anthony’s Medical Center and the New York City Medical Center in New York from 1998 to 2001.
He returned to Rochester to work as a clinical director in 2008.
Dr M. D. Jones served as clinical director and professor of surgery at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center from 2008 to 2011.
He continued his medical training at Johns Hopkins University School, Johns Hopkins Medical School and Harvard Medical School in Baltimore.
He earned his M.
S in surgery from Harvard Medical College and his Ph.
D in surgery and oophthysiology from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Philadelphia.
He practiced in Rochester since 2015.
Dr John J. Dutton is the Director of Oophthalmology, Ophthalmorphia, and Oculopaedic Medicine at the Vanderbilt University School.
His specialty areas include oculomotor and ommasculometry, oculomet