As Chief Resident and Director of the Eye Trauma Service for the 2019-2020 academic year, Dr. Grayson Armstrong oversees and coordinates trauma coverage at Mass. Eye and Ear and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In addition, he serves as a mentor, teacher, and peer resource to Harvard Ophthalmology’s 24 residents.
Sila Bal, MD, MPH - Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Carolina Chiou, MD - Harvard Medical School
Jacob Cox, MD - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Inês Laíns, MD, MSc, PhD - Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra
Neal Patel, MD - Jefferson Medical College
Nakul Singh, MD, MSc - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Karen Wai, MD - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Sarah Wang, MD - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Tedi Begaj, MD - University of Massachusetts Medical School
Marguerite Weinert, MD - Duke University School of Medicine
Jenny Dohlman, MD - Yale School of Medicine
Clifford Kim, MD - Harvard Medical School
Kevin Ma, MD - Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Catherine Marando, MD - Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Noam Rudnick, MD, PhD - Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Laurel Tainsh, MD, MHS - Yale University
Joshua Agranat, MD - Boston University School of Medicine
Wen Fan Hu, MD, PhD - Harvard Medical School
Marisa Gobuty Tieger, MD - Tufts University School of Medicine
Wendy Liu, MD, PhD - Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology
Victoria North, MD - Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Edith Reshef, MD - Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Lisa Tom, MD - University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
Amy Yuan, MD - Yale University School of Medicine
What’s Next for Our Graduates?
After residency, one graduate serves as Chief Resident and Director of the Eye Trauma Service at Mass. Eye and Ear for the following academic year. This junior faculty position provides a strong foundation in academic ophthalmology and extensive surgical experience.
About 85% of graduates go on to pursue subspecialty training in areas such as as vitreoretinal surgery, medical retina, pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus, cornea and external diseases, inherited retinal disorders, ocular immunology and uveitis, ophthalmic pathology, neuro-ophthalmology, and glaucoma. Others join private practices or accept junior faculty positions at academic medicine institutions.
See below for a list of alumni and their post-graduation plans.