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Jennifer A. Sivak Callcott, MD

Healthcare Professional
Ophthalmologist
Mon Health
600 Suncrest Towne Centre,
Suite 310
Morgantown, West Virginia, United States

Jennifer A Sivak-Callcott is an Oculofacial Surgeon at Mon Health. She specializes in delicate surgical procedures in and around the eye area to improve function and appearance. Her expertise ranges from minimally invasive cosmetic rejuvenation and treatment of dry eye to complex reconstruction and removal of lesions and tumors due to disease. Dr. Sivak has performed more than 10,000 oculoplastic procedures and is world renowned for her treatment of eyelid disorders.

Dr. Callcott earned her medical degree at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She completed her residency in ophthalmology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee followed by a fellowship in orbital and ophthalmic plastic surgery at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She is board certified in ophthalmology and currently serves on the American Society of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship Oversight committee and the Editorial Board of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Dr. Callcott’s extensive experience also includes treatment for disorders involving the eye socket, eyebrow, loss of an eye and facial paralysis, as well as Botox injections for facial spastic disorders and cosmetic procedures.  She is highly regarded as an educator, having trained 9 fellows in oculofacial surgery. 

 

Representative Publications:

Axial Globe Position Measurement: A Prospective Multicenter Study by the International Thyroid Eye Disease Society

Calculated Computed Tomography Volumes of Lacrimal Glands and Comparison to Clinical Findings in Patients With Thyroid Eye Disease

Cervical Occupational Hazards in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery

Gene Expression Profiling and Heterogeneity of Nonspecific Orbital Inflammation Affecting the Lacrimal Gland

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