• As an ophthalmologist, I am entirely committed to improving vision and preventing blindness in patients through my roles as both a clinician and a scientist. In my clinical practice as a fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist, >75% of my patients have glaucoma which allows me the opportunity to perform clinical research. My public health research goals are to explore and develop novel methods of health care delivery, such as telemedicine, to efficiently and effectively increase access to eye care, improve vision outcomes, and prevent blindness. In my role as Director of Teleophthalmology, I have overseen the implementation of telemedicine programs for the detection of glaucoma and other eye diseases using a variety of clinical imaging devices.
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Medicine, Northwestern University 2008
  • Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Brown University 2002
  • Physicians Medical Center Carraway/Baptist Health Systems, Internship 2009
  • UAB, Residency 2012
  • UAB, Postdoctoral Fellowship 2013
  • Full Name

  • Lindsay Rhodes