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David B. Granet, MD, FAAO, FACS, FAAP

Healthcare Professional
Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology
and Eye Alignment Disorders
University of California San Diego (UCSD)
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, California, United States

David B. Granet is the Anne Ratner Chair of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Director of the Anne F. and Abraham Ratner Children’s Eye Center located within the Shiley Eye Complex. He is the Director of the Divisions of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Eye Alignment Disorders for the University of California San Diego (UCSD) and Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics at UCSD. He is also the adult ocular motility specialist for the Shiley Eye Institute.

Dr. Granet earned a medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine where he served as President of his class. He spent a transitional internship year at UCLA-Harbor Medical Center and served as a chief resident at New York University Medical Center. He then completed a special two year fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology and ocular motility disorders at the renowned Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Scheie Eye Institute of the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.

Dr. Granet specializes in pediatric ophthalmology and adult re-alignment (strabismus). His clinical interests also include state-of-the-art adjustable suture strabismus surgery, childhood eye misalignments and disorders, nystagmus, and the role of vision in learning disorders. Currently, he is the Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics section of Ophthalmology.


Representative Publications:

Identification and Correction of Restrictive Strabismus Following Pterygium Excision Surgery

Complication Rates of Resident-Performed Cataract Surgery: Impact of Early Introduction of Cataract Surgery Training

Transcriptome Analysis of Orbital Adipose Tissue in Active Thyroid Eye Disease Using Next Generation RNA Sequencing Technology

The Plusoptix Photoscreener and the Retinomax Autorefractor as Community-Based Screening Devices for Preschool Children

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