Dr. Marcos Doxanas has unique training with board certification in both general ophthalmology and ophthalmic plastic & reconstructive eye surgery. Dr. Marcos Doxanas earned his undergraduate and medical school degrees from the University of Virginia. While in medical school at the University, research work was started at the Wilmer Institute of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and continued for numerous years, spawning an interest in ophthalmology, ophthalmic pathology and ophthalmic plastic surgery. Upon completing an ophthalmology residency at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, graduate training in ophthalmic plastic surgery was performed at the University of Arizona and completed in 1981.
Research interests continue while in private practice and were the Director of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Approximately 50 original publications and textbook chapters were authored by Dr. Doxanas.
The original research projects resulted in numerous lectures around the world, these topics included all aspects of eyelid plastic surgery. He has written numerous articles on the diagnosis and management of eyelid tumors while at the Wilmer Institute. In addition, Dr. Doxanas has written on the management of virtually every functional and cosmetic eyelid condition. In 1984, Dr. Doxanas published a book, Clinical Orbital Anatomy, which became a classic book in ophthalmology. In recognition of this book, Dr. Doxanas was awarded the Lester T. Jones award by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Marcos Doxanas was also recognized by Baltimore Magazine as the “Top Doc” for ophthalmic plastic surgery in 1992 and the top ophthalmologist and ophthalmic surgeon in 1997 and 2005.
Dr. Marcos Doxanas continues to practice general ophthalmology with a specialty interest in ophthalmic plastic surgery.Additional Doctors