Department of Ophthalmology: Meet our Doctors

Our doctors—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 doctors who are dedicated to preserving your vision.

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


Featured Specialists:

Mary Beth Aronow, M.D.

PasqualeSince his ophthalmology residency training, Dr. Louis Pasquale has been passionate about advancing care for glaucoma—a leading cause of blindness worldwide.

Today, he actively pursues research and cares for patients with all forms of glaucoma at Mass. Eye and Ear.

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Calliope Galatis, O.D.

Photo of Dr. Mary AronowWhen Dr. Mary Beth Aronow learned how to examine the back part of the eye—known as the retina—she knew she had found her passion. At the time, she was in medical school, working under the mentorship of an eye cancer specialist.

Today, she specializes in eye tumors and medical diseases of the retina at Mass. Eye and Ear’s main campus (243 Charles St.) and Stoneham–Eye Center.

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Silas Wang, M.D.

Headshot of Dr. Galatis Calliope“Out of our five senses, vision is perhaps the most important. That’s why vision loss, especially if it occurs later in life, can be a very challenging adjustment, says Calliope Galatis, O.D., an optometrist and vision rehabilitation specialist at Mass. Eye and Ear.

She helps patients with low vision maximize their remaining sight with visual aids and teaches them new techniques to improve their quality of life, independence, and safety.

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