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Gottfried Otto Helmut Naumann

Gottfried Otto Helmut Naumann, German ophthalmology educator. Diplomate American Board Ophthalmology.

Background

  • Naumann, Gottfried Otto Helmut was born on April 25, 1935 in Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany. Son of Otto and Margarete (Fuerer) Naumann.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, University Leipzig, 1957. Doctor (honorary), Semmelweis University, 2000. Doctor (honorary), Lublin University, 2002.

    Career

    • Intern Ventnor Foundation, Atlantic City, 1959—1960. Resident department ophthalmology University Hamburg, Germany, 1961—1964, instructor department ophthalmology, 1967, associate professor ophthalmology, 1968—1974. Fellow Armed Forces Institute Pathology, Washington, 1965—1966.

      International visiting professor Associate University Professional Ophthalmology, Baltimore, 1972. Professor, chairman department ophthalmology University Tübingen, Germany, 1975—1980, University Erlangen, Germany, 1980—2004. Co-founder European Board Ophthalmology, London, 1992, president, 1996-1998.

      7th Harvard lecturer ophthalmology, Boston, 1994. 30th Bjerrum lecturer Danish Ophthalmological Society, 1995. 11th European guest lecturer Oxford intern Congress, 1996.

      Special lecturer International Academy Ophthalmology, Chicago, 1996. Zimmerman lecturer American Academy Ophthamology, 2003.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Ophthalmology.

    Works

    • Principal author: Pathology of the Eye, German edition, 1980, 97 (2 vols. ), English edition, 1986, Japanese editions, 1987, 2003. Co-editor: Wound Healing of the Eye, 1979, Applied Pathology Ophthalmic Microsurgeons, 2008, Klin.

      Monatsblätter Augenheilkunde, 1980-2000. Co-founder Journal Ophthalmological Research, 1970. Member editorial board American Journal Ophthalmology, Chinese Journal Ophthalmology, Japanese Journal Ophthalmology, others.

    Religion

    Denomination: Lutheran

    Membership

    Member Founding Council University, Dresden, Germany, 1992-1994. Reviewer World Health Organization, Geneva, 1972-1995. Co-founder German-Speaking Ophthalmological Pathologists, Hamburg, 1972, European University Professor Ophthalmology, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 1986.

    Fellow: American Academy Ophthalmology (Honor award 1992, Senior Achievement award 2001, Lorenz E. Zimmerman medal 2003, International Blindness Prevention award 2007), German Ophthalmological Society (councillor 1970-1975, 1978-1985, honorary member, Bavarian Order of Merit 2001), Royal College Ophthalmology (United Kingdom) (honorary). Member: European Ophthalmological Pathological Society (president 1990-1993), German University Professors Ophthalmology 1985-1988, European Ophthalmology Society (general secretary 1976, 6th Charamis medal 1995), Hungarian Ophthalmological Society (honorary), Association Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (life), Italian Ophthalmological Society (honorary), Polish Ophthalmological Society (honorary), International Agency Prevention Blindness (vice president 1998—2006), International Council Ophthalmology (president 1998—2006), Academy Ophthalmology Internat (special lecturer Chicago), Rotary.

    Connections

    • Married Lieselotte Regine Mueller, November 27, 1964. Children: Uta-Rike, Maike-Liesel, Doerte-Iris, Frauke-Elke.
    • father: Otto Naumann
    • mother: Margarete (Fuerer) Naumann
    • spouse: Lieselotte Regine Mueller
    • children: Uta-Rike Naumann
    • Maike-Liesel Naumann
    • Doerte-Iris Naumann
    • Frauke-Elke Naumann
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    Born April 25, 1935
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    • 1957
      University Leipzig
    • 2002
      Lublin University
    • 1959 - 1960
      Intern, Ventnor Foundation
      Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
    • 1961 - 1964
      resident, department ophthalmology University Hamburg
      Germany
    • 1965 - 1966
      fellow, Armed Forces Institute Pathology
      Washington, United States
    • 1972
      intern, ational visiting professor Associate University Professional Ophthalmology
      Baltimore, Maryland, United States
    • 1975 - 1980
      professor, department ophthalmology University T+-bingen
      Germany
    • 1975 - 1980
      chairman, department ophthalmology University T+-bingen
      Germany
    • 1980 - 2004
      professor, department ophthalmology University T+-bingen
      Germany
    • 1980 - 2004
      chairman, department ophthalmology University T+-bingen
      Germany
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