Weaver RG Jr, Tobin JR. Ophthalmology In: Cote CJ, Lerman J, Anderson BJ, eds. Cote and Lerman's a practice of anesthesia for infants and children. 5th ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier/Saunders;2013: 683-696.
Manning RA, Carlson JN, Hein EW, Weaver RG Jr, Greven CM. Bilateral Candida endophthalmitis in a premature infant. J AAPOS. 2013;17(2):206-207.
Robitaille JM, Zheng B, Wallace K, Beis MJ, Tatlidil C, Yang J, Sheidow TG, Siebert L, Levin AV, Weaver RG Jr, et al. The role of Frizzled-4 mutations in familial exudative vitreoretinopathy and Coats disease. Br J Ophthalmol. 2011;95(4):574-579.
Porcelli PJ, Weaver RG Jr. The influence of early postnatal nutrition on retinopathy of prematurity in extremely low birth weight infants. Early Hum Dev. 2010;86(6):391-396.
Weaver RG Jr, Tobin JR. Ophthalmology In: Cote CJ, Lerman J, Todres ID, eds. A practice of anesthesia for infants and children. 4th ed. Philadelphia: Saunders Elsevier;2009: 685-699.
Christiansen SP, Chandler DL, Holmes JM, Bacal DA, Birch E, Donahue SP, Mohney BG, Repka MX, Weaver RG Jr, Moya AZ, et al. The relationship between preoperative alignment stability and postoperative motor outcomes in children with esotropia. J AAPOS. 2009;13(4):335-338.
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Associate Professor, Ophthalmology (Eye Center)
Electrophysiology, Eye Movement Disorders (Diplopia), Ocular Motility Disorders, Ocular Muscle Palsies, Pediatric Cataract, Pediatric Ophthalmology, Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP), Strabismus
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Dr. Weaver is very professional and extremely knowledgable, but he isn't the most personable individual. He did take the time to explain more about how my child interprets visual information and I appreciate that a lot.
did not introduce himself and seem interested in getting to know daughter's disability. did not try to connect with daughter and explain what he is doing since she is special needs. seemed conceited and disinterested in hearing situation and problems. definitely did not seem to be pediatric friendly. won't go back.
*Dr. Weaver explained my child's condition to her clearly and was great at establishing a strong rapport.
Dr. Weaver is very knowledgable and is always professional. I trust him to do what is necessary to help John function as best as possible.
Doctor was very ill ( mad because he was behind ) , he wanted to rush us out without my daughters eyes being displayed so he could get caught up .. Horrible experience
Already stated in previous comments! He shouldn't work with special needs kids!
*Dr. Weaver was really great to us this visit. He was friendly & warm & took time to answer my questions about Johns color perception. He also discussed options for correcting Johns _____. I very much appreciated the extra time he spent with us so I could be well informed about Johns care.
Condescending, have determined after our last interaction that we will move our son's vision care to Duke.