Eric R. Jahrling, B.C.O.
Eric R. Jahrling attended the University of Maine and received
a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology (1980). Between
college semesters, he worked at the Photo Lab at Massachusetts
General Hospital (MGH). His formal ocularist five-year
apprenticeship began in the same year and received his Board
Approved Diplomate Ocularist (BADO)
from the American Society of Ocularists
(ASO). In 1987, he took the National
Examining Board of Ocularists (NEBO) tests and became
a Board Certified Ocularist (BCO).
He served on the ASO Board of Directors for seven years,
serving five years as their treasurer. Eric has presented
several lecture courses for the society, and was the ocularist
involved in the early stage research fitting of the Motility
Coupling Post (MCP) on the Medpor porous polyethylene orbital
implant. (Refer to Publications)
1993, Eric has also traveled annually to Nürnberg, Germany
for consultations on the fabrication of plastic eyes at the
Rauch Institut für Künstliche Augen.
Ocular Prosthestic, Inc.