2012 Florida Society of Ophthalmology Michael R. Redmond, MD Young Outstanding Ophthalmologist Award 2009 Crystalens Center of Excellence Award 2008 ASCRS Research Foundation Grant 2007 ASCRS Excellence in Research Fellow Scholarship Award 2006 2nd place, ACES Bloomberg Memorial Videotape Competition for cataract surgery 2002 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society 2006 ASCRS Excellence in Research Resident Scholarship Award 2006 Nominee, Ophthalmology Times Resident Writer's Award Program 2006 Pan American Association of Ophthalmology Paul Kayser International Scholar 2006 2nd place, ACES Bloomberg Memorial Videotape Competition for Cataract Surgery 2005 ASCRS 2005 Excellence in Research Resident Scholarship Award 2002 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society 2001 AMA Foundation Seed Grant 2001 Alpha Omega Alpha Research Fellowship 2001 New England Medical Center General Clinical Research Center grants 1999 New England Medical Center General Clinical Research Center grants 1998 Psi Chi Honor Society
About Dr. Goldman
Prior to founding his own private practice, Dr. David A. Goldman served as Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Palm Beach Gardens. Within the first of his five years of employment there, Dr. Goldman quickly became the highest volume surgeon. He has been recognized as one of the top 250 US surgeons by Premier Surgeon, as well as being awarded a Best Doctor and Top Ophthalmologist.
Dr. Goldman received his Bachelor of Arts cum laude and with distinction in all subjects from Cornell University and Doctor of Medicine with distinction in research from the Tufts School of Medicine. This was followed by a medical internship at Mt. Sinai – Cabrini Medical Center in New York City. He then completed his residency and cornea fellowship at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, Florida. Throughout his training, he received multiple awards including 2nd place in the American College of Eye Surgeons Bloomberg memorial national cataract competition, nomination for the Ophthalmology Times writer’s award program, 2006 Paul Kayser International Scholar, and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) research award in 2005, 2006, and 2007. Dr. Goldman currently serves as councilor from ASCRS to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. In addition to serving as an examiner for board certification, Dr. Goldman also serves on committees to revise maintenance of certification exams for current ophthalmologists.