Department of Ophthalmology: Meet our Doctors

Our physicians—conveniently located at the Mass. Eye and Ear main campus at 243 Charles Street in Boston and at our suburban locations—strive to provide you with the best medical and surgical care available anywhere in the world. They use the most advanced tools available to diagnose and treat the full spectrum of eye conditions and diseases. Whether you are having a routine eye exam; undergoing laser vision correction surgery; or receiving treatment for a complex eye-related problem, such as age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, or diabetic retinopathy, you are in the hands of caring and compassionate physicians who are dedicated to preserving your vision.

Learn more about our caregivers and what inspired them to enter ophthalmology by selecting one of the physicians from the list.


Featured Specialists:

Jia Yin, MD, PhD

Headshot of Dr. Jia YinDr. Jia Yin got her first pair of eyeglasses in middle school. It was an experience she’ll never forget. “I could finally see clearly—the glasses changed the way I saw the world,” she says. From then on, her annual eye exams became something to look forward to, and she quickly developed an interest in medicine.

Today, she is a member of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service at Mass. Eye and Ear, where she cares for patients with a wide range of conditions that affect the cornea.

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Emma Davies, MD

EmmaDavies lab coat headshotCornea and refractive surgery specialist Emma Davies has been fascinated by the workings of the eye since a young age. As an undergraduate, she investigated squid and crustacean visual systems, which fueled her interest, prompting her to learn more.

Today, she is a member of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service at Mass. Eye and Ear, where she cares for patients with a wide range of conditions that affect the cornea.

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James Chdosh, MD, MPH

ChodoshJames Chodosh, MD, MPH, was in medical school when he discovered his passion for ophthalmology. “I was stunned by the beauty of the human eye. I thought I would never tire of examining eyes. And I never have,” he says.

Today, he is Associate Director of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service at Mass. Eye and Ear. He cares for patients with a broad range of conditions that affect the cornea—the clear, outer layer of the eye that plays an important role in focusing vision.

Read more about Dr. Chodosh