One evening, I received a call from Ghent University Hospital in Belgium. Prof Bart Leroy, an internationally renowned ophthalmic geneticist and chairperson of the department, was on the line.
“We have a lot of interesting pathology. All the standard retinal problems, and more. Trauma. Rare genetic disorders. Retinopathy of prematurity. Coats’ disease. We currently have a very good and very experienced consultant in Fanny Nerinckx, but there’s too much work for just one surgeon. We want someone here full-time,” he told me.
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