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Ophthalmology Residency Faculty

All major subspecialty areas of ophthalmology are represented by full-time, on-site faculty:

  • Retina and vitreous
  • Uveitis
  • Cornea/external disease
  • Refractive surgery
  • Glaucoma
  • Ophthalmic plastic surgery
  • Pediatric ophthalmology
  • Neuro-ophthalmology
  • Comprehensive/cataract specialists

Ocular pathology instruction is provided by a pathologist with co-appointments in ophthalmology and neuro-pathology.

The faculty members in the department of ophthalmology are distinguished experts in their fields, authoring many publications yearly.

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Faculty members are frequently involved in national clinical trials, and the North Carolina Lions Clinical Research Division has three full-time clinical research nurses/technicians.

This dedicated clinical research entity may be utilized by residents who wish to participate in major clinical trials at the level of both performance and acquaintance with the methodologies of modern clinical research. 


Quick Reference

Opthalmology Residency
Craig M. Greven, MD
Department Chair
Timothy J. Martin, MD
Residency Program Director
Paul J. Dickinson, MD
Associate Residency Program Director
Hannah McSawley
Residency Program Coordinator

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