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Dr. Ebroon's Curriculum Vitae

 

DANIEL A. EBROON, M.D.
MEMBER OF THE
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMIC
PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

CURRENT POSITIONS

President of Ventura County Ophthalmology Society 2005-Present


 Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Miramar Eye Specialist Group


UCLA, David Geffen School of Medicine and the Jules Stein Eye Institute, Voluntary Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology

EXPERIENCE

  • Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery and Refractive Surgery- Department of Ophthalmology, Northwestern University Medical School: 1998-2003
  • Clinical Practice Director-Department of Ophthalmology, Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation: 1998-2003

 

  • Director of Ophthalmology Residency Program, Assistant Proffesor of Ophthalmology -Northwestern University Medical School : 1998-2003
  • Attending Staff Privelages-Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Childrens Memorial Hospital, VA Chicago Healthcare System Lakeside Division, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago : 1998-2003

 

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Brain and Cognitive Science; Worked with Dr. Eric Lander in researching the effect of the extracellular matrix on neuronal growth and development.: 1989 Cambridge, MA

 

  • Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, Teaching Assistant: 1987 Cambridge, MA
  • Gottlieb Hospital, Administrative Assistant- Helped develop a woman's health center. Acted as liaison for physicians and hospitaladministrators: 1986-1988

BOARD CERTIFICATION AND SOCIETIES

  • American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery : 1999
  • American Board of Ophthalmology : 1999

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  • Manhattan Eye, Ear, And Throat Hospital, Fellowship in Oculoplastic Surgery: 1997-1998 New York, NY
  • Northwestern University, Fellowship in Refractive Surgery, 1999.
  • Northwestern University Medical School, Residency in Ophthalmology, Board certified May 16, 1999 : 1994-1997, Chicago, IL
  • Northwestern University Medical School, Internship in Transitional Medicine: 1993-1994, Chicago, IL
  • Northwestern University Medical School; MD, June 1993: 1989-1993 Chicago, IL
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S. in Molecular Biology, June 1989: 1985-1989

HONORS

  • Northwestern University Medical School Department of Ophthalmology. Teacher of the year award 2002.
  • Research Award; primier research project, Northwestern Dept. of Opthalmology: 1997
  • Alpha Omega Alpha; Elected to this prestigious medical honors society secondary to achievements in medical school: 1992
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Graduated in the top 2% of the class: 1989
  • Sigma Xi Honor Society: 1989
  • MIT Molecular Biology Student of the Year: 1989

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

Journals:

  • Publication: Jampol LM, Ebroon DA, Goldbaum MH: Peripheral Proliferative Neovascularization: An Update on Angiogenesis, Etiologies And Management. Surv Ophthalmol 38(6):519-540, 1993
  • Paper: Ebroon DA, Lissner G. Hornblass A. Normal Values Of Ocular Protrusion In Asian Americans. Submitted for publication to Journal of the American Society of Ophthalmic, Plastic, and Reconstructive Surgery, Aug 1999

 

Textbook Chapters:

 

  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Hornblass A. Lasers In Oculoplastic Surgery. In: Textbook of Lasers In Opthalmology. Singerman LJ, and Coscas G Eds, Current Medicine, p25-34, 1999.
  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Jampol LM. Proliferative Retinopathies. In: Ophthalmology. Yanoff M, and Duker J Eds. CV Mosby, p25. 1-25.5, 1999

 

  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Jampol LM. Sickle Cell Retinopathy And Other Causes of Peripheral Retinal Neovascularization. Spaide R Ed. WB Saunders Co., p227-240, 1999.
  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Hornblass A: Canaliculitis And Canalicular Stenosis. Mouriello J Ed. butterworth-H. In press.

 

  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Hornblass A: Eyelid Reconstruction. Mouriello J Ed. Butterworth-Hyman, In Press.
  • Publication: Ebroon DA, Hornblass A: Conjunctivochalasis. Mouriello J Ed. Butterworth-Hyman A: In Press.

 

 

 

 

 

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