I graduated my Medical School in the oldest and respected European Medical School at the Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary in 2005. I graduated Summa Cum Lade and Dean’s Award winner for my year. In 2013 I graduated successfully a 5-years Ophthalmology Residency at the Rabin Medical Center, which is affiliated with the Tel Aviv University, Sackler School of Medicine in Israel. After graduating my residency I worked as a staff physician. I continued my research and tutoring work. I also worked as a specialist interpreter for Eye Fundus Photography at the Mor Institute of Technology in Israel. In 2015 I was one of a few selected to start a prestigious fellowship program at the Eye Institute in Ottawa, Canada, for treating diseases of the Retina, including both clinical and surgical treatment. During this fellowship, I had performed a much larger-than-average volume of both medical and surgical interventions. Throughout that time I demonstrated my expertise and commitment to education by serving as a medical student tutor at the Tel Aviv University and at the Ottawa University, as well as serving as an Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology at Dina School for Nurses-Tel Aviv University and Clinical Instructor at Sackler Faculty of Medicine. I also gave numerous lectures to the public and published articles in local and public journals and websites. During over the past 10-years I participated as a co-investigator for 13 clinical trials in the areas of retinal disease as well as treatment of glaucoma, published more than 35 papers, and presented at internationally respected eye care meetings including the World Glaucoma Congress and the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO). Further, my expertise is recognized in the eye care community by my appointment as a Publication Peer Reviewer for other medical journals.
Retina; Retinal disease; Angiogenesis; Myopia; Vitreoretinal surgery; Macular degeneration; Diabetes; Laser; Macular pathology; Vascular disorders; Ocular pathology; Intraocular tumors and inflammation.