MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
LAURA C. FINE, MD
Laura C. Fine, MD
GUEST OF HONOR
TIMOTHY J. McCULLEY, MD
Dr. McCulley is The Vice Chair of Clinical Strategic Planning and Director of both Oculoplastic Surgery and Neuro-ophthalmology at The Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He is also the primary preceptor for an American Society of Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS) Accredited Fellowship. In 1995 he obtained his medical degree at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis. After a combined medical and surgical internship at the University of Hawaii, he completed residency in Ophthalmology at Stanford University in 1999. Following one year fellowship training in neuro-ophthalmology at The Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, he completed two years of fellowship training in ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Cincinnati Eye Institute in 2003.
Dr McCulley was on faculty at Stanford University where he served as director of both neuro-ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery. In 2006 he relocated to The University of California San Francisco, where he served as Director of Oculoplastic Surgery and as the primary preceptor for an (ASOPRS) fellowship. Dr McCulley joined The Wilmer Eye Institute in 2011 and spent two years as director of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery at King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital (KKESH), Wilmer’s affiliate hospital in Saudi Arabia. He returned to Maryland in 2013.
Dr McCulley’s clinical practice includes all aspect of oculoplastic surgery and neuro-ophthalmology. He has been and remains involved with The American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society, and The American Academy of Ophthalmology. He is also a member of the American Ophthalmologic Society and a former president of the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula Eye Society. His has published and presented in both of his chosen fields of oculoplastic surgery and neuro-ophthalmology. He has authored over 100 publications including peer reviewed articles, and numerous book chapters. He has also edited two books. Specific areas of emphasis have included the evaluation of the relationship between NAION and intraocular surgery, orbital trauma (traumatic optic neuropathy and orbital hemorrhage), intracranial hypotension related skull remodeling, and blepharoptosis (pathophysiology and surgical management).