Jullia A. Rosdahl, MD, PhD Jullia A. Rosdahl, MD, PhD

Jullia A. Rosdahl, MD, PhD

Glaucoma Specialist, Ophthalmologist

4.9 out of 5  (385 ratings, 89 reviews)
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ABOUT ME

I am an ophthalmologist (eye MD) who specializes in treating patients with glaucoma. Often, my patients are referred to me by another doctor when their patient has a glaucoma. When I see a new patient, I try to answer three questions: Is it glaucoma? What type of glaucoma is it? What treatment would be best? I view my relationship with my patients as a partnership. Since glaucoma often does not have symptoms, the relationship requires trust. I am also interested in educating patients about their condition and how to take the best care of themselves. During my PhD research, I studied neurons in the eye called retinal ganglion cells. It turns out that these cells are the neurons that die in eyes of patients with glaucoma. After completing my PhD and finishing medical school, I chose to specialize in ophthalmology, specifically in glaucoma, with the hope of helping patients who struggle with the disease.

LANGUAGES I SPEAK
English
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Training
EDUCATION
MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (Ohio), 2004
RESIDENCY
Preliminary Year, Internal Medicine, Caritas Carney Hospital, Tufts University (Massachusetts), 2004-2005
Ophthalmology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard University, 2007-2010
FELLOWSHIP
Glaucoma, Duke Eye Center, 2010-2011
BOARD CERTIFICATION
American Board of Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology
Clinical Focus and Research
MY RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research focuses on glaucoma and vision loss from glaucoma. I am working on new ways for patients to learn about glaucoma and to feel empowered in the care of their disease. The ultimate goal is to prevent vision loss from glaucoma.

PUBLICATIONS
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4.9 out of 5 (385 ratings, 89 reviews)
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Industry Relationships and Collaborations
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