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Dr. Damien Goldberg

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Damien F Goldberg, MD
Wolstan & Goldberg Eye Associates
23600 Telo Ave., #100
Torrance, CA 90505
(310) 543-2611

Chief of Ophthalmology Surgery, Torrance Memorial Medical Center

Little Company of Mary Hospital, Torrance

Torrance Surgery Center

Chief of Ophthalmology Surgery

South Bay Surgery Center

NVISION Laser Center of Torrance

Clinical Instructor, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA

California
Texas
Washington, DC

National Board of Medical Examiners


2006 Certified for Cyrstalens® Lens
2005 Certified for Restor® Lens
2005 Certified for Staar® Visian ICL
2005 Certified on Alcon LadarVision®
2004 Certified on Visx Star 4 CustomVue and Fourier System
2004 Certified on Intralase® FS
2003 William JG Davis MD Award,
Washington National Eye Center Award for
Resident Research Day Project

2003 Certificate of Appreciation by Washington Hospital Center for Glaucoma Screening

American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
American Society of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation
American Medical Association

2004-2005 Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery Fellow,
Department of Ophthalmology
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, TX

2001-2004 Resident,
Department of Ophthalmology
Georgetown University / Washington National Eye Center
Washington, DC

2000-2001 Internship,
Department of Internal Medicine
Georgetown University Hospital
Washington, DC

1995 – 2000 MD and MBA
Georgetown University, School of Medicine and
The Robert Emmett McDonough
School of Business
Awards: McKinsey & Company: Letter of Recognition from
Washington Home for Health Care and Financial
Consultation

1991-1995 Bachelor of Science with High Honors, Biology, Anthropology and Human Biology
Emory University
Atlanta, GA
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
Lambda Alpha, Anthropology Honor Society
Dean’s List, 1992-1995

2000 Financial Analysis, McKinsey & Company
(Affiliated with Georgetown School of Business)
Projected a financial model for The Washington Home And Hospice Care
1999-2002.

1999 Strategic Planner, Georgetown University Hospital
Designed a business plan for non-profit women’s clinic under the
supervision of Craig Winkle, MD/MBA Ob/Gyn. Department Chair


A Masked Comparison of Acular LS Plus steroid versus steroid alone for the prevention of macular
leakage in cataract patients.

The clinical and microbial efficacy of 0.6% ISV-403 compared to Vigamox™ in the treatment of
bacterial conjunctivitis.

1. Parmar D, Goldberg D, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Petroll M, Verity S, McCulley JP.
Confocal Assessment of the Corneal Response to Intracorneal Lens Insertion and LASIK with Flap creation using Intralase.
(Currently being edited for Journal of Ophthalmology)

2. Goldberg, D.
Implantation of the Phakic 6[TM] H2 Intraocular Lens-A Heparin-Coated Phakic Intraocular Lens.
Techniques in Ophthalmology. 2006 4(1):7-11.

3. Petroll M, Goldberg D, McCulley JP, Kelley P, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Parmar D, Verity S,
Confocal Assessment of Corneal Keratocyte Activation and Haze Following Intracorneal Lens Insertion and IntraLase.
Poster at American Academy of Ophthalmology Chcago, IL. Oct 2005

4. Goldberg D, Negvesky G, Butrus S, Goodlick T.
Ulcerative Keratitis in Mycosis Fungoides Eye and Contact Lens 2005 Sept 31(5) 219-220.

5. Charters L, Goldberg D,
Heparin-Coated IOL May Be Option for Myopic Patients.
Ophthalmology Times March 15, 2005:57.

6. Kelley P, Awwad S, Goldberg D, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Parmar D, Petroll M, Verity S, McCulley JP.
Validation of Corneal Power Following LASIK Using Tomey Topographic Modeling System (TMS) in Pseudophakic Patients.
Poster at ARVO Ft Lauderdale, FL. May 2005.

7. Goldberg D, Kelley P, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Parmar D, Petroll M, Verity S, McCulley JP.
Keratocyte Response Following INTACS®, Intracorneal Lens Inserts, and Flap Creation by Femtosecond Laser Ablation (Intralase®) for LASIK.
Poster at ARVO Ft Lauderdale, FL. May 2005.

8. Rubinfeld R, Goldberg D.
Case of a Sutured LASIK Flap for Recurrent Epithelial Ingrowth through a Buttonhole
(Currently being edited for Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery )

9. Goldberg D, Panigrahi D, Butrus S, Abelson M.
Case of Rofecoxib Associated Steven Johnson Syndrome with Corneal and Conjunctival Changes.
Cornea 2004 Oct 23(7):736-737.

10. Scharper PH, Panigrahi D, Goldberg D, Barazi M, Deegan W.
Phototoxicity From a HighIntensity Non-Laser Portable Light Source.
Poster at ARVO Ft Lauderdale, FL. May 2003.

11. Boxer Wachler B, Huynh VA, El-Shiaty A, Goldberg D,
Evaluation of corneal functional optical zone after laser in situ keratomileusis.
Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery 2002; 28:948–953.

12. Goldberg D, Hillyer C,
Investigations in the Re-Synovialization of Cadaveric Patellar Tendon
Allografts p.1-32. Emory Biology Department 1995.

1. Goldberg D, Kelley P, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Parmar D, Petroll M, Verity S, McCulley JP. Keratocyte response following refractive surgery with INTACS®, PermaVision® intracorneal lens inserts, and flap creation by Intralase® femtosecond laser photodisruption for LASIK
Presentation at ASCRS Washington, DC April 2005.

2. Awwad S, Kelley P, Goldberg D, Cavanagh D, Bowman W, Parmar D, Petroll M, Verity S, McCulley JP. Validation of Corneal Power Following LASIK Using Tomey Topographic
Modeling System (TMS) in Pseudophakic Patients.
Presentation at ASCRS Washington, DC April 2005.

3. Portela R, Stoleru S, Goldberg D, Helfgott M., Butrus S. Pterygium Recurrence After Excision and Conjunctival Graft Fixation With Tissue Adhesive.
33rd William JG Davis Resident Research Day, Georgetown/Washington National Eye, Jan. 2005.

4. Goldberg, D. Clinch T. Interim Results of the Phakic 6TM H2 IOL Outcomes. Phakic IOLs
Presentation at ASCRS San Diego, CA May, 2004.

5. Goldberg, D. Verhoeff Zimmerman Society Case of Endogenous Panophthalmitis Secondary to Clostridum septicum.
Grand Rounds at Georgetown/Washington National Eye Center, Oct 2003.

6. Goldberg D, Bower, Case of Small Pox Vaccinia Keratitis at Walter Reed Medical Center.
Grand Rounds at Georgetown/Washington National Eye Center, Feb. 2003.

7. Goldberg D. Central Corneal Thickness in African Americans and Caucasians with Primary
Open Angle Glaucoma at the Washington National Eye Center.
Winner at the 31st William JG Davis Resident Research Day, Georgetown/Washington National Eye, Jan. 2003.

8. Goldberg D. Histiocytosis. Alper Neuro-Ophthalmology Series.
Washington DC, Oct. 2002.

9. Goldberg D. Case Presentation and Therapy for Conjunctival Squamous Cell Carcinoma.
Grand Rounds at Georgetown/Washington National Eye Center, Oct, 2002.

10. Goldberg D. Takayasu’s Arteritis.
Alper Neuro-Ophthalmology Series. Washington DC, Oct. 2001.

TELO Medical Center 1st Floor, Ste 100
23600 Telo Ave  Torrance CA 90505

Phone: (310) 543-2611
Fax: (310) 543-2056

Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 8AM-5:30PM