Denis Michael O'Day (b.1935) biographical file

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0745

Abstract

Biographical file includes photographs, articles, correspondence, CV, and other biographical information.

Dates

  • 1972 - 1997

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Historical or Biographical Note

Denis O'Day (MBBS, FRACP, FACS) received his undergraduate degree from Xavier College in Melbourne, Australia, in 1953, and his M.B.B.S. degree from the University of Melbourne Medical School in 1960. After an internship and residency in medicine and internal medicine in Melbourne, O'Day completed a resident in ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco, in 1970. He then completed a fellowship in corneal disease at the Institute of Ophthalmology in London from 1970-1972.

O'Day was appointed Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1972; he rose to the rank of Professor by 1977. In 1989, he was named to the Michael J. Hogan Professor of Ophthalmology endowed chair, and in 1992, O'Day became the George weeks Hale Professor and Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.

Extent

0.1 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials

English

Title
O'Day, Denis Michael (b.1935)
Author
Processed by EBL Special Collections Staff
Date
2010-06-30
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Description is inEnglish.

Repository Details

Part of the VUMC Historical Images and Biographies Repository

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