Professor Ehud Asia – Specializes in cataract and anterior part of the eye (glaucoma and cornea). Director of the Department of Ophthalmology, Meir Hospital, Kfar Saba.
Dr. Yoram Schochat – Specialist in cataract and myopia. Head of Department at Eintal Clinic, Tel Aviv.
Dr. Shmuel Levinger – Ophthalmologist. Specialist in refractive laser surgery.
Prof. Anat Loewenstein – Expert in retina diseases. Head of the Department of Ophthalmology, Tel Aviv Medical Center.
Professor Chaim Stolovitz – A specialist in the field of child ophthalmology. Director of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus treatment, Medical Center, Tel-Aviv.
Dr. Avraham Spierer – Specialist in Ophthalmology. Head of the Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer.
Professor Jacob Peer
Head of the Onco-Ophthalmology Department, Hadassah Hospital, Jerusalem
Chairman of the Eye Study Society Jonas Friedwold.
Former Chairman of the International Society of Eye Cancer.
Former Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs, Department of Medicine, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Hadassah
– School of Medicine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem – 1975
– Specialization in ophthalmology (Hadassah University Hospital) – 1985
Prof. Peer is the founder of eye oncology field in Israel. He has with more than 30 years of experience.
The main expertise is intraocular melanoma (melanoma of the eye). Intraocular malignant tumors are most common in adults, and account for 50-60 new cases in Israel every year.
Professor Jacob Peer also specializes in the treatment of retinoblastoma, which is most common in children, and appears in the frequency of 12 new cases in Israel every year. Other tumors treated by the professor are intraocular lymphoma and around the eyes, as well as benign tumors and hemangioma of the eye, melanomas of the eye surface and conjunctival carcinomas.
Prof. Paer treats patients from all over the world.
Thanks to many years of experience at the Onco-Ophthalmology Department, doctor-ophthalmologist Jacob Peer quickly diagnoses eye tumors and assigns effective treatment with targeted therapy individually for each patient.
♦ Ocular tumors
♦ Proliferation of healthy and pathological cells.
♦ Neo-angiogenesis and secularization of eye tissue and eye tumors.
Professor Yair Morad
Head of the Pediatric and Strabismus Unit.
Children’s Ophthalmology Department, Asaf-a-Rofe Hospital.
Expertise: children strabismus (surgery).
Chairman of the Israeli Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology.
Associate Professor of Tel Aviv University.
Member of the Executive Committee of the World Society of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, the World Association of Pediatric Ophthalmologists and the American Academy of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.
♦ Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Haifa (with honors).
♦ Service in the army as the Head of medical service under the Ministry of Defense.
♦ Internship at the Children’s Hospital Schneider.
♦ Specialization in Children’s Hospital Toronto, Canada.
Prof. Morad has many years of experience in the field of strabismus and lacrimal ducts treatment in children, as well as other ophthalmic surgeries in children and adults.
Prof. Anat Loewenstein
Head of the Ophthalmology Department Souraski Medical Center (Ihilov), Tel-Aviv.
Specialist in retina disease.
• Age-related macular degeneration (especially early detection).
• Diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion.
• Intraocular injections.
• Vitreous and retinal surgery.
• Laser surgery.
Areas of research:
1. Early detection of the disease, especially its active phase, treatment of the disease before significant problem.
2. Study of new drugs toxicity for retinal diseases treatment.
3. Study of the effectiveness of new treatment methods.
1978-1984 – School of Medicine, Hebrew University, Ein Karem, Jerusalem.
1985-1994 – Master in ophthalmology, School of Continuing Education, Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University.
1998-2001 – Master of Management and Administration in the Healthcare System. School of Business Administration Recanati, Tel Aviv.
Courses 1996-1997 – study abroad: training (two years) in the department of ophthalmology and surgical diseases of the retina and vitreous humor, John Hopkins Hospital in the United States.
Department of Ophthalmology, Medical Center Ichilov, Tel-Aviv.
1984 – The Beilinson Clinic.
1988-1993 – internship in ophthalmology, Tel Aviv Medical Center (Ichilov).
1993-1995 – Senior Physician Tel Aviv Medical Center.
1997-1998 – Deputy director of the department of retina and vitreous diseases, Tel Aviv Medical Center.
2000 – Director of the Ophthalmology Department, Souraski Tel Aviv Medical Center.
• Israeli Medical Associations
• Israeli Ophthalmology Society
• The Israeli Society for Research
• Association for Vision and Ophthalmology Research (ARVO)
• American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)
• American Society of Retinal Experts (ASRS)
• Society for the Study of Vitreous Diseases
• Society for the Study of Macular Diseases.
• Association of Clinical Research Practice, Club Jules Gonen.
• National Council of Surgery, Anesthetics and Intensive Care.
• European Society of Ophthalmology (Israeli representative)
• Member of the Board of the Israeli Society of the retina.
Prof. Loewenstein is editor in chief of thematic reports in ophthalmology, Retina, European Eye Review, European Journal of Ophthalmology, Ophthalmologica, Graefes Archives of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.