Dr. Jacobs earned her undergraduate A.B. degree from Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges. She earned her Masters of Science degree in physiological sciences from Oxford University in England, and then returned to the United States to complete her medical degree at Harvard Medical School. After completing her Ophthalmology residency in the Harvard Medical School Department of Ophthalmology Residency Training Program, Dr. Jacobs pursued subspecialty training in Cornea and External Disease through a fellowship at Mass. Eye and Ear. She has served as part-time faculty on the Cornea Service since 2008 and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School. Her main clinical interests include ocular surface disease, corneal ectasia, contact lens, and prosthetic replacement of the ocular surface ecosystem (PROSE).
Cornea and external disease
Contact lens for corneal disease
Jacobs DS, Rosenthal P. Boston scleral lens prosthetic device for treatment of severe dry eye in chronic graft-versus-host disease. Cornea. 2007 Dec;26(10):1195-9.
Gungor I, Schor K, Rosenthal P, Jacobs DS. The Boston Scleral lens in the treatment of pediatric patients. J AAPOS. 2008;12(3):263-267.
Grover S, Jacobs DS, Colby K. Boston Ocular Surface Prosthesis for persistent epitheliopathy after treatment of conjunctival melanoma. Cornea. 2010;29(4):459-461.
Stason W, Moaven R, Jacobs DS, Shepard DS, Suaya J, Johns L, Rosenthal P. Clinical benefits of the Boston Ocular Surface Prosthesis. Am J Ophthalmol. 2010;149(1):54-61.
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