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Afshari, Natalie A. Brown, Stuart I. Chao, Daniel L. Ferrara, Napoleone Ferreyra, Henry A. Freeman, William R. Goldbaum, Michael H. Granet, David B. Haw, Weldon W. Heichel, Chris W. Kikkawa, Don O. Korn, Bobby S. Lee, Jeffrey E. Lin, Jonathan H. Nguyen, Thao P. Nudleman, Eric Robbins, Shira L. Savino, Peter J. Slight, Rigby Weinreb, Robert N. Welsbie, Derek S. Zhang, Kang
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AMD (Age-related Macular Degeneration) Cataracts Corneal Conditions Cosmetic Surgery Diabetic Retinopathy Eye Movement Disorders Glaucoma Hereditary (Genetic) Disorders Low Vision Neuro-Ophthalmic Conditions Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Pediatric Conditions Refractive Errors Retinal Diseases Thyroid Eye Disease
Michael H. Goldbaum, M.D.

Michael H. Goldbaum, M.D.

Professor of Ophthalmology in Residence
Co-Director, Retina Division
Board Certification in Ophthalmology
Fellowship in Vitreoretinal Disease and Surgery
Specialty Retina & Vitreous
Medical School (1) Tulane University School of Medicine (M.D.) (2) Stanford University (M.S.)
Residency Tulane University School of Postgraduate Medicine & U.S. Naval Hospital
Fellowship Cornell University Medical Center and New York Hospital
Special Interest Surgical & Medical treatment of the Retina and Vitreous; Macular Degeneration; Pediatric Retina; Ocular Tumors; Glaucoma informatics
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Michael Goldbaum, M.D., is Professor in Residence at UCSD School of Medicine and Co-Director, Retina Division. He received his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans as well as an ophthalmology certificate in 1969 from the U.S. Navy. Goldbaum completed a Retina Fellowship at Cornell University, New York Hospital, and also received an M.S. in medical informatics from Stanford University.

Goldbaum began teaching ophthalmology at the University of California at San Diego in 1977 and is respected worldwide as a visiting Professor at universities in China, Paraguay, Italy, Ukraine as well as Stanford University and Columbia in the US. His research interests include the surgical and medical treatment of retina and vitreous, macular degeneration, pediatric retina, ocular tumors and glaucoma informatics.

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