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«CURRICULUM VITAE Judith E. Goldstein, O.D., F.A.A.O. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Current Appointments Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and ...»

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Judith E. Goldstein, O.D., F.A.A.O.

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Current Appointments

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Rehabilitative Medicine; Johns Hopkins Hospital

Chief of Low Vision Services

Personal Data

Wilmer Eye Institute

Low Vision Service

600 N. Wolfe Street, Wilmer 3rd floor

Baltimore, MD 21287

Phone: 410-955-0580

Fax: 410-614-1670

E-mail: jgolds28@jhmi.edu Education and Training Undergraduate: Bachelor of Arts: Biology - 1989. State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY.

Doctoral: Doctor of Optometry - 1993. State University of New York College of Optometry, New York, NY.

Residency: Ocular Disease - 1994. Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD.

Professional Experience June 1994—April 2001 Associate Medical Director, Pioneer EyeCare, Baltimore, MD April 1995—May 2003 Attending Optometrist (PT), Eye Clinic, Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD July 1996—Nov 2006 Low Vision Rehabilitation Specialist, Private Practice, Maryland

Practice affiliations:

• Baltimore Washington Eye Center, Glen Burnie, MD

• Cumberland Valley Retina Consultants, Hagerstown, MD

• Elman Retina Group, Rosedale and Pikesville, MD

• Parris-Castoro Eye Care Center, Bel Air, MD

• Physicians Eye Care Center, Ellicott City and Catonsville, MD

• Seidenberg-Protzko Eye Associates, Havre de Grace and Bel Air, MD

• Alan Robin, M.D., P.A., Baltimore, MD

• National Retina Institute, Baltimore, MD June 1999—Nov 2006 Director of Low Vision Services/Clinical Instructor of Ophthamology, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD Dec 2006—Present Director of Low Vision Services – Wilmer Eye Institute; Assistant Professor of Ophthamology and Rehabilitative Medicine.

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Peer-Reviewed Publications

1. Sherman, J., Bodis-Wollner, I., Milch, F., Goldstein, J., and Brannan, J.: Retinal periphlebitis in multiple sclerosis, Journal of the American Optometric Association, 1993; 64:475–8.

2. Reed, D., Cox, S., and Goldstein, J.: Early choroidal neovascular membrane in a patient with concurrent diabetic retinopathy, The Southern Journal of Optometry, 1993.

3. Massof RW, Ahmadian L, Grover LL, Deremeik JT, Goldstein JE, Rainey C, Epstein C, Barnett GD. The Activity Inventory: An adaptive visual function questionnaire. Optom Vis Sci 2007;84:1.

4. Malkin A, Goldstein J, Massof RW. Interpretation of Health and Vision Utilities in Low Vision Patients. Optom Vis Sci 2012;89:3.

Posters

1. Goldstein JE, Frick KD, Massof RW, Low Vision Research Network. Health State Questionnaires: What do they say about low vision populations. ARVO 2009.

2. Goldstein JE, Massof, RW, To Evaluate Changes in Reading Ability in Patients Receiving Vision Rehabilitation Care at Outpatient Low Vision Practices. ARVO 2010.

3. Malkin A, Goldstein J, Massof RW, Comparison of Health-Related and Vision-Related Quality of Life in a Low Vision Patient Sample. ARVO 2010.

4. Frick KD, Massof RW, Goldstein JE, Estimating Potential QALYs Gained From Low Vision Rehabilitation: An Input Into a Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, ARVO 2010.

Book Chapters

1. Goldstein J. and Sherman, J.: Pituitary tumors, Optometry Clinics, 1993; 3(3):101–125.

2. Goldstein J.: Glaucoma Filtering Surgery, in Glaucoma Handbook, Anthony B. Litwak, Ed., Butterworth Heinemann, Boston, 2001; 199-216.

3. Solomon D and Goldstein J.: Visual, Oculomotor and Vestibular Deficits” in Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation, Demos Medical Publishing, New York, 2009.

Research Program Building / Leadership 2007 – Co-founder and organizer of collaborative low vision research network (LOVRNET).

LOVRNET consists of 28 clinical centers across the U.S. comprising 39 physicians.

• PI of first study by LOVRNET – The Low Vision Rehabilitation Outcomes Study. A prospective, observational study of usual low vision rehabilitation care.

• Funding: Readers Digest Partners for Sight Foundation

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Classroom Instruction

1. Poster: Goldstein, J., Cox, S., and Reed, D.: Orbital involvement of frontal sinus lesions:

Mucocele vs. metastases, Southern Educational Congress in Optometry, February 1994.

2. Poster: Reed, D., Cox, S., and Goldstein, J.: Choroidal neovascular membrane in a patient with diabetic retinopathy, Southern Educational Congress in Optometry, February 1994.

3. Lecturer: “Diagnosis and Management of Herpes Simplex Keratitis”, Resident’s Conference, Eye Clinic, Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, October 1993.

4. Lecturer: “Glaucoma Management with Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors”, Resident’s Conference, Eye Clinic, Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, January 1994.

5. Lecturer: “Lions Vision Rehabilitation Center Orientation Program”, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore, MD, Aug 2008.





6. Lecturer: “Functional Implications of Macular Degeneration”, AMD Session: Genes to Society Medical School Curriculum, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, May 2010 and May 2011.

7. Organizer & Lecturer: Annual Wilmer Resident Teaching -“Low Vision Rehabilitation Series” (6 hours), Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore, MD, Jan 2010 - inaugural.

8. Lecturer: “Visual Implications of Stroke”, Inservice for Inpatient Occupational Therapists at Bayview Burton Pavilion, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD, Nov 2011.

Clinical Instruction

1. Optometry Extern and Resident teaching and supervision in glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy clinics, Baltimore Veterans Administration Medical Center, Eye Clinic, Baltimore, MD, 1995–2003, PT Attending Optometrist.

2. Ophthalmology Resident and Optometry Extern clinical instruction in low vision, University of Maryland, Baltimore MD, 2000–present, Clinical Instructor of Ophthamology.

CME Instruction

1. Lecturer: “Glaucoma Filtering Surgery: Post/Op Management”, Grand Rounds Conference, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, May 1994.

2. Lecturer (Course Director): “Target: Diabetic Retinopathy. A Workshop in Hands-On Photographic Analysis”, Baltimore, MD, March and April 1995.

3. Lecturer: “Nonproliferative Lesions in Diabetic Retinopathy”, Retina Institute of Maryland Stouffer Course, Baltimore, MD, September 1995.

4. Lecturer (Course Director): “Target: Age-Related Macular Degeneration. A Workshop in Hands-On Photographic Analysis”, Baltimore, MD, January 21, 1996

5. Lecturer: “Nonexudative Macular Degeneration and Risk Factors for Progression”, Greater Baltimore Optometric Society, Baltimore, MD, March 19, 1996.

6. Lecturer: “Recognition and Classification of the Clinical Signs of Diabetic Retinopathy”, American Academy of Optometry - Academy Europe, Denmark, May 27, 1996.

7. Lecturer/Workshop: “How to Develop a Cost-Effective Chronic and Acute Eye Disease Management Program”, Managed Vision and Eyecare Congress, Philadelphia, PA, September 16, 1996.

8. Lecturer: “A Targeted Approach to Macular Degeneration”, American Academy of Optometry Ellerbrock Memorial Continuing Education, Orlando, FL, December 1996.

9. Lecturer/Workshop: “Photographic Grading of Diabetic Retinopathy Workshop”, Southern Educational Congress of Optometry, Atlanta, GA, February 27, 1997.

10. Lecturer/Workshop: “Photographic Grading of Macular Degeneration Workshop”, Southern Educational Congress of Optometry, Atlanta, GA, February 28, 1997.

11. Lecturer: “Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Degeneration”, Southern Educational Congress of Optometry, Atlanta, GA, February 27, 1998.

12. Workshop: “Photographic Grading of Diabetic Retinopathy Workshop”, Southern Educational Congress of Optometry, Atlanta, GA, February 27, 1998.

13. Workshop: “Photographic Grading of Macular Degeneration Workshop”, Southern Educational Congress of Optometry, Atlanta, GA, February 27, 1998.

14. Lecturer: “Diabetic Retinopathy: Implementing Protocols into Your Practice”, AOA 101st Congress, Orlando, FL, June 27, 1998.

15. Lecturer: “Nutrition in Retinal Disease Management”, AOA 101st Congress, Orlando, FL, June 27, 1998.

16. Lecturer: “Driving and Low Vision – The Limits and the Realities”, Special Grand Grounds Wilmer Eye Clinic, Baltimore MD, July 20, 2006.

17. Lecturer: “Low Vision in AMD”, AMD Preceptor-ship for Novartis, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore MD, March 23, 2007.

18. Lecturer: “The Effectiveness of Low Vision Rehabilitation Trends in Research and Policy, Friday Afternoon Research Meeting, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore MD, June 22, 2007.

19. Lecturer: “Low Vision Services”, Town Hall Meeting for AMD, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington DC, March 2, 2008.

20. Lecturer: “Managing Low Vision Patients in Clinic”, Wilmer 13th Annual Technician Course”, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore MD, March 15, 2008.

21. Lecturer: “Low Vision and AMD: Do Doctors Forget? Do Patients Benefit?”, AgeRelated Macular Degeneration in 2008: New Answers, New Questions, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore MD, May 17, 2008.

22. Lecturer: “Effects of Central Scotomas on Self-Reported Reading and Mobility Function”, 9th International Conference on Low Vision, Montreal Canada, Jul 10, 2008.

23. Lecturer: “The Clinical Low Vision Research Network”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 5, 2008.

24. Lecturer: “Pilot Data Collection Project to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Visual Rehabilitation Services”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 5, 2008.

25. Lecturer: “Vision Rehabilitation: Solutions for the Here and Now”, Breakers, Palm Beach FL, Jan 21, 2009.

26. Lecturer: “The Realities of Delivering Low Vision Rehabilitation Care”, Wilmer Eye Institute/MOA Conference, Baltimore MD, March 22, 2009

27. Lecturer: “Update on Low Vision for AMD”, Age-Related Macular Degeneration 2009:

The Paradigm Continues to Evolve, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore MD, June 13, 2009.

28. Lecturer: “Health State Questionnaires – What Do They Say About Low Vision Populations”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 10, 2009.

29. Lecturer / Symposium: “Increasing the Evidence in Low Vision Rehabilitation – The Time Is Now”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 11, 2009.

30. Lecturer: “Stroke and Vision Rehabilitation”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 11, 2009.

31. Lecturer: “Driving and Vision Impairment: Limits and Realities”, American Academy of Optometry, Orlando FL, Nov 14, 2009.

32. Lecturer: “Measuring Vision and Prescribing for Patients with Retinal Disease”, Evidence –Based Care in Myopia Control, Retina and Vision Enhancement, Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute/Maryland Optometric Association, Baltimore MD, March 7, 2010.

33. Lecturer: “Baseline Traits of Low Vision Patients Accessing Outpatient Services in the Low Vision Research Network” (LOVRNET)”, Friday Afternoon Research Meeting, Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute, Baltimore MD, June 11, 2010.

34. Lecturer / Moderator: “Low Vision Research Network – Patient Traits, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 23, 2010.

35. Lecturer: “Macular Degeneration: Inject or Rehabilitate? What To Do When”, Envision Conference, San Antonio TX, Sept 24, 2010.

36. Lecturer: “Should Ms. Daisy Be Driving? Your Role in Evaluation and Management”, American Academy of Optometry, San Francisco CA, Nov 19, 2010.

37. Lecturer / Moderator: “Health States of Patients Seeking Outpatient Low Vision Rehabilitation Services within LOVRNET”, Envision Conference, St. Louis MO, Sept 22, 2011.

38. Lecturer: “Managing Vision and Patients in the Anti-VEGF Era”, Envision Conference, St. Louis MO, Sept 24, 2011.

39. Lecturer: “Managing Vision and Patients with AMD in the Anti-VEGF Era”, American Academy of Optometry, Boston MA, Oct 13, 2011.

CLINICAL ACTIVITIES

Clinical (Service) Responsibilities Dec 2006—Present: Division director of the Low Vision Rehabilitation Division.

Responsibilities include clinical care (60% effort), program building, directing fellowship program and administrative oversight.

Program Building / Leadership Expansion of clinical services (physician and OT) outside E. Baltimore campus to Greenspring Station Satellite 2007. As 70% of patients with low vision do not drive and have comorbidities consistent with geriatric population, obtaining outpatient services at E. Baltimore is commonly difficult. Providing care at convenient accessible locations is necessary for this geriatric cohort.

Established and Direct the Johns Hopkins University Low Vision Rehabilitation (LVR) Fellowship Program; Approved by Executive Committee of the Graduate Medical Education Committee, Johns Hopkins University, July 2008. This is the only accredited program nationwide, that provides advanced specialty clinical training in LVR after completing a residency in LVR.

Development and organizer of 2-week lecture block to ophthalmology residents as part of their yearly lecture series initiated 2009. Prior to 2009, residents did not receive classroom education in low vision rehabilitation and blindness.

Development of the Johns Hopkins University Low Vision Occupational Therapy Program;

January 2010. Program provides care to both outpatients and inpatients, as well as in the home and work environment as indicated.

Development and organizer of Annual Low Vision Rehabilitation Grand Rounds presented by Wilmer Residents and Faculty; January 2010 Mentoring Advisees 1. 2009-2010 Alexis G. Malkin, O.D.– ASTP Low Vision Rehabilitation.

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