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Andrew                         Reynolds

Andrew L. Reynolds MD

Department of Ophthalmology

Clinical Assistant Professor

 
Professional Summary:

Research Interests
Adult Strabismus
Pediatric Glaucoma
Retinopathy of Prematurity and the use of anti-VEGF agents

Education and Training:
  • Fellowship, University of Michigan/Kellogg Eye Center (2016)
  • Residency, Medical University of South Carolina/Storm Eye Institute (2015)
  • Internship, The Mount Sinai Hospital (2012)
  • MD, University at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Summa Cum Laude (2011)
  • BS, SUNY at Buffalo, Summa Cum Laude (2007)
Awards and Honors:
  • Awards Richard Saunders, MD Residency Award for Most Academic Promise (2014)
  • William Vallotton award for academic excellence (2012)
  • Thomas B Guttuso award for academic excellence in Ophthalmology (2011)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha (2011)
  • Dean’s Letter of Commendation (2009)
  • Dean’s Letter of Commendation (2008)
  • Dean’s Letter of Commendation (2007)
  • Dean’s List (2007)
  • University Honors Scholar (2007)
  • Phi Beta Kappa (2007)
  • Dean’s List (2006)
  • University Honors Scholar (2006)
  • Dean’s List (2005)
  • University Honors Scholar (2005)
  • University Honors Scholar (2004)
  • Dean’s List (2004)
  • Dean’s List (2003)
  • University Honors Scholar (2003)

Research Centers:
  • Ira G. Ross Eye Institute Research Center


Professional Memberships:
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Presentations:
  • "The Effect of Oral Statin Therapy on Strabismus in Patients with Thyroid Eye Disease" AAPOS Annual Meeting, AAPOS (2016)
  • "Neurodevelopmental and Refractive outcomes in ROP patients treated with Bevacizumab" Kiawah Eye Meeting (2015)
  • "Clinical Evaluation of a Uveitis Smartphone Application" Kiawah Eye Meeting (2014)
  • "Does Treatment With Bevacizumab Affect Neurodevelopment in Infants With Retinopathy of Prematurity?" Pediatric Academic Society, Pediatric Academic Society (2014)
  • "Incidence of myopia in ROP patients treated with Bevacizumab" Kiawah Eye Meeting, Kiawah Eye Meeting (2013)

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Contact Information

Ross Eye Institute
1179 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14209
Phone: 716-881-7900
Email: alr23@buffalo.edu


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