Julius Shulman, MD, founder of Eastside Eye Associates, has devoted his 45 years in ophthalmology to providing his patients with the highest level of eye care possible. From the simple task of prescribing eyeglasses to the most technologically advanced laser-assisted cataract surgery, Dr. Shulman’s clinical and surgical skills fuel the engine of this modern, patient driven ophthalmology practice.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Shulman attended Brooklyn College and SUNY Downstate Medical School. After finishing his ophthalmology residency in 1975 at Mt Sinai Hospital, out of Brooklyn but happily still in New York, Dr. Shulman started what was to become one of the busiest and most well recognized ophthalmology practices in New York City – Eastside Eye Associates.
Over the course of his nearly 45 years in practice, Dr. Shulman has had several major accomplishments, devoted patient care notwithstanding. He pioneered the use of intraocular lenses during cataract surgery at Mt Sinai Hospital, as well as two forms of sterile technique that are now standard practice during thousands of eye operations city-wide.
He has been on 10 medical missions, three to India, and seven to Peru, helping to bring sight to those blind and less fortunate. He has instructed other physicians in the cataract techniques necessary to perform successful surgery in third world countries and looks forward to upcoming missions.
His two books, the first, “CATARACTS: THE COMPLETE GUIDE – FROM DIAGNOSIS TO RECOVERY-FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES”, originally published by Simon and Schuster, and the second, “NO MORE GLASSES-THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LASER VISION CORRECTION” published by iUniverse, were the first books in their field to help patients make a truly informed decision on cataract and laser vision surgery.
Dr. Shulman is also proud to be one of about 2000 runners in 1976 to have completed the first five borough New York City marathon, and has since run and finished 9 more.
In his spare time, when not running, Dr. Shulman likes to play golf, listen to music and attempt to be a home cook.
He is Board Certified by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and was re-Certified 10 years ago.
Specialties: Refractive Surgery, Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma Treatment, General Ophthalmology
Dalia S. Nagel, M.D. graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University, summa cum laude, and received her medical degree from Harvard Medical School. After completing her training in ophthalmology at The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, Dr. Nagel was appointed Clinical Instructor, where she is active in teaching residents and students. Dr. Nagel has authored numerous scientific publications and has presented her work at national meetings. As a recipient of the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship, Dr. Nagel’s publication in glaucoma won the prestigious Lewis Rudin Glaucoma Award presented by the New York Academy of Medicine.
Dr. Dalia S. Nagel is board certified by The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO). She is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with special interests in cataract and refractive surgery, glaucoma, medical retina, and uveitis.
Comprehensive Ophthalmology, cataract surgery, glaucoma, medical retina, uveitis
(New York Super Doctors: Rising Stars Edition 2013)
Dr. Friedman provides comprehensive primary eye care, including contact lenses, pediatric examinations, pre-operative and post-operative care and the management of glaucoma, cataracts, corneal, and retinal disorders.
Sergiu Marcus, M.D., our board-certified retina specialist, did his residency at Mt Sinai Hospital and a two year retina fellowship at John’s Hopkins Hospital. He has brought to our practice the full scope of retina diagnosis and treatment, including the most advanced laser and surgical therapy for diabetes, macular degeneration, and retinal detachment.
Diseases of the retina
Rand Rodgers, M.D. is board certified in Ophthalmology, trained at Mt. Sinai Hospital followed by a two year fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery at Harvard. Dr. Rodgers provides our patients with diagnostic and treatment modalities, including comprehensive plastic and reconstructive surgery around the eyes, as well as cosmetic blepharoplasty, surgery for eyelid and orbital tumors and surgery for tearing disorders.
Ocular Plastic Surgery