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Jason Comander, MD, PhD

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Specialty: Retina
Phone Number: Stoneham: 781-662-5520 / Boston: 617-573-3871
Location: Retina and Retinal Degenerations
243 Charles St
Boston, MA 02114
Office Hours: Every 2nd Friday
Location: Mass. Eye and Ear Retina Consultants
3 Woodland Road, Suite 210
Stoneham, MA 02180
Office Hours: Tuesdays Starting at 1:00pm
Board Certification: Ophthalmology
College Harvard College
Graduate School Harvard Medical School
Medical School Harvard Medical School
Residency Harvard Residency in Ophthalmology
Fellowship Vitreoretinal Surgery, Mass. Eye and Ear Infimary
Teaching Affiliation Instructor in Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School
Biographical Profile:

Dr. Comander is a member of the Mass. Eye and Ear Retina and Electroretinography Services, as well as the Berman-Gund Laboratory for Retinal Degenerations and the Department of Ophthalmology Howe Laboratory. His practice is located at Mass. Eye and Ear Retina Consultants at 3 Woodland Road in Stoneham, Mass. and at 243 Charles Street, Boston.

Publications

For a full publication list, please see his CV. A representative list (1998 - 2012) is available through www.pubmed.gov.

Comander J, Pineda R 2nd. Accommodating intraocular lenses: theory and practice. Int Ophthalmol Clin. 2010 Winter; 50(1): 107-17.

Comander J
, Gardiner M, Loewenstein J. High-resolution optical coherence tomography findings in solar maculopathy and the differential diagnosis of outer retinal holes. Am J Ophthalmol. 2011 Sep; 152(3): 413-419.e6.

Comander J, Loewenstein J, Sobrin L. Diagnostic testing and disease monitoring in birdshot chorioretinopathy. Semin Ophthalmol. 2011 Jul-Sep; 26(4-5): 329-36.

Mantopoulos D, Murakami Y, Comander J, Thanos A, Roh M, Miller JW, Vavvas DG. Tauroursodeoxycholic acid (TUDCA) protects photoreceptors from cell death after experimental retinal detachment. PLoS One. 2011; 6(9):e24245.

 

 


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