Those optometrists and ophthalmologists, duly licensed and registered by their state, territory of country of practice, who pay dues as established by the Executive Committee of the OCCRS.
Those individuals holding M.S., Ph.D. or other advanced, non-optometric academic degrees who are involved with the field of refractive technology from a research or educational standpoint, who pay dues as established by the Executive Committee of the OCCRS.
For-profit corporate entities involved in development, marketing or sale of equipment and or technology involved in the field of interest of the OCCRS.
Student membership may continue until the student has graduated, completed his internship when required by law and has been licensed to practice. Student membership shall not continue for more than six months after graduation or completion of the residency or fellowship program.
If you would like to donate to the OCCRS (non tax-deductible), please feel free.
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