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Dr. Black specializes in refractive and cataract surgery at Eye Associates, one of the leading medical and surgical eye care practices in the Louisville area. Since founding Eye Associates in 1983, he has been committed to staying at the forefront of refractive surgery technology.

Dr. Davison has been in practice at Wolfe Eye Clinic headquartered in Marshalltown, Iowa since 1980. He started the eye center’s vitrectomy service and maintained a general ophthalmology practice for his first 20 years. He then sub-specialized in cataract and refractive surgery and was President and Board Chairman of the organization from 1995 through 2010. He has been active presenting papers and lecturing nationally and internationally and has numerous published scientific articles, videos and book chapters.

After earning his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Alabama-Birmingham School of Optometry, Dr. Gaddie completed residencies in Ocular Disease at the Triad Eye Medical Clinic and Cataract Institute and in Glaucoma and Laser Therapy at NSU College of Optometry. Currently he is the owner and director of the Gaddie Eye Centers. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and President of the Optometric Glaucoma Society (OGS) and is currently the chair of the Continuing Education Committee for the American Optometric Association. Having published extensively in ophthalmic literature, Dr. Gaddie serves on the editorial boards of Review of Optometry, Optometric Management, Primary Care Optometry News and Optometry Times. In 2011, Dr. Gaddie was inducted into the Oklahoma Pioneers in Optometry Hall of Fame.

Drs. Richard and R.J. Mackool have invented and designed many of the methods and instruments that are now used for modern cataract surgery. They have performed tens of thousands of procedures at The Mackool Eye Institute in Astoria, New York, have authored hundreds of scientific papers, several textbooks and hold more than 50 patents on the subjects of cataract-implant surgery, multifocal and astigmatism-correcting implants, femtosecond laser and other types of microsurgery of the eye. Both doctors are also members of the professional staff at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary and NYU Medical Center.