Dr. Mohamed Attia Ali is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at Minia University, Minia, Egypt. He obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at Minia University, Egypt (Excellence degree with honor, ranked first-2003). Master of Ophthalmology at Minia University, Egypt 2008. He earned M.D. in Ophthalmology at Minia University, Egypt, in 2015. He spent a 2-years (2012-2014) fellowship in the field of cataract and refractive surgery at Kitasato University, Japan. Also, a short-term post-doctoral fellowship has been awarded in 2018 for Uveitis and Medical Retina research at OHSU, USA. Academic Science as collaborated in 2012. Member of the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society. Member of the European Society of Retina Specialists (EURETINA). Member of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society (JOS).
Dr. Mohamed Attia Ali's research interests are in: Newly emerging OCTA technology for retinal (macular & optic nerve) imaging to better understanding retinal diseases (vasculitis, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, AMD, and hereditary chorioretinal diseases) and subsequent development of therapeutic protocols. • Using recent technologies (as Anterior segment OCT, dual Scheimpflug camera, intra-operative aberrometry) in refining refractive procedures. • Glaucoma assessment integrating recently introduced imaging modalities & other diagnostic tools to early detect and follow structural and functional changes; correlating them with both medical & surgical intervention. • Studying the optical differences between femtosecond-assisted corneal refractive procedures and lens-based surgeries. • Vector analysis for refining astigmatism treatment procedures. • Age-related macular degeneration from a diagnostic view using multimodal imaging and new treatment modalities. • Evaluation of dry eye & ocular surface disorders and recent management trends.