Dr. Charles Mayron is currently in private solo practice as a vitreo-retinal specialist at Capital Retina Associates PLLC in New York's Capital Region.
His undergraduate education was done at Columbia College, Columbia University in New York, NY. Medical School and Ophthalmology training was completed a New York University Department where he had a research interest in the use of the focal ERG in ocular hypertension and POAG. His Vitreo-Retinal Fellowship was done at the University of Virginia and was an instructor of Ophthalmology at UVA. There Dr. Charles Mayron did research looking at the predictive nature of the gram stain to the final culture result in endophthalmitis.
Dr. Charles Mayron was on faculty as an Assistant professor of Ophthalmology and acting Director of the Vitreo-retinal service in the Department of Ophthalmology at West Virginia University. There he directed the West Virginia Diabetic Eye Care Project and had a grant from the CDC to use of telemedicine to screen for diabetic retinopathy in rural areas. Dr. Charles Mayron was state coordinator for the Diabetes 2000 project of the American Academy Ophthalmology project for West Virginia.
Currently Dr. Charles Mayron has been doing research on the use of MicroPulse laser in Diabetic Macular Edema and other conditions. Looking at their experience in CI-DME and nCI-DME with the goal to improve outcomes and reduce treatment burden.
His other research interest is on enhancing the detection of peripheral diabetic retinopathy with optomap for clinicians with improved angiographic techniques that could expand access for better detection and improved care.
Ophthalmology; Use of the focal ERG in ocular hypertension and POAG; Endophthalmitis; Use of telemedicine to screen for diabetic retinopathy; Use of MicroPulse laser in Diabetic Macular Edema and other conditions; enhancing the detection of peripheral diabetic retinopathy.