Annie Moreau, MD, FACS | OU Ophthalmology Professor Receives Stanton L. Young Master Teacher Award

 

Annie Moreau, MD, FACS | OU Ophthalmology Professor Receives Stanton L. Young Master Teacher Award

 

An OU Medicine ophthalmology professor was honored with the 2020 Stanton L. Young Master Teacher Award.

Dr. Annie Moreau is the 37th recipient of the annual award that represents excellence in teaching. The award comes with a $15,000 cash prize, according to a press release.

“We are incredibly proud of Dr. Moreau as the first ophthalmologist to receive the prestigious Stanton L. Young Master Teacher Award,” said Dr. Gregory Skuta, chair of the OU Department of Ophthalmology, in the release. “Since her arrival at the Eye Institute as a resident and now as a beloved and revered member of the faculty, Annie Moreau has embodied humanistic qualities and an absolute devotion to education that inspires all of us to be better doctors and teachers.”

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