About Daniel Krivoy, MD

Venezuelan-born, American-trained ophthalmologist Dr. Daniel Krivoy contributes significantly to the ophthalmology field in both countries. Fluent in both Spanish and English, Dr. Daniel Krivoy has given lectures and attended numerous panels of the Venezuelan Society of Ophthalmology, the Venezuelan National Congress of Refractive Surgery, and more. He has given other guest lectures before the ophthalmological departments at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York Medical College, and numerous U.S.-based conferences.

Previously licensed in New York and Connecticut, Dr. Daniel Krivoy most recently became licensed in the state of California, where he works both in private practice and with the attending staff of ophthalmological departments throughout the Los Angeles area. These attending positions include the University of California, Los Angeles and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Since 2005, Dr. Daniel Krivoy has been in private practice in Culver City, California.

Prior to living and working in Southern California, Dr. Daniel Krivoy studied and worked in the eastern United States. After completing his internship at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey, Dr. Krivoy moved on to an ophthalmology residency at New York Medical College. He subsequently fulfilled clinical and research fellowships concentrating on ocular imaging and glaucoma over a total of two years at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, where he worked under renowned ophthalmologists Drs. Robert Ritch and Jeffrey Liebmann.

Dr. Daniel Krivoy has also served in a number of educational and managerial positions. Today, he is a Clinical Instructor in Ophthalmology for the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and an Assistant Professor at New York Medical College. Dr. Krivoy served for a year as Director of Glaucoma Service at the Metropolitan Hospital Center, an affiliate of New York Medical College. He has also been a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of the Venezuelan Society of Ophthalmology.

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