Staff

Dr. Greiner, holder of three doctoral degrees, is an ophthalmologist, physician and surgeon, optometrist, teacher and medical research scientist, who has authored over 150 publications in the scientific and medical literature, and holds six U.S. patents and corresponding foreign patents in the areas of treatment of dry eyes and the integument (skin). With extensive training as both a basic and clinical scientist, many of these publications integrate both basic sciences and clinical medicine. In his 30 years of biomedical research, Dr. Greiner has presented more than 175 scientific papers at over 110 domestic and foreign meetings. Dr. Greiner is devoted to both scientific and clinical medical research as well as to clinical medicine in the fields of ophthalmology and surgery.

Dr. Harney has more than 25 years experience as a contact lens specialist, optometrist, teacher and clinical research investigator. With extensive training as a contact lens specialist he is especially skilled in the field of cornea and contact lenses, and has attained the status of Diplomate in the Cornea and Contact Lens section of the American Academy of Optometry.

Dr. Kenyon is one of the world’s most experienced surgeons in the areas of cornea, cataract, refractive and ocular trauma surgery. He has developed many techniques utilized for ocular surface and anterior segment reconstructive surgery. He practices, teaches and conducts research in Boston,
Winchester, Europe and other international locations.

Dr. Fowler is an optometrist with more than fifteen years of experience providing primary eye care and general medical eye care, as well as contact lens evaluations, fittings, and consultations, in the Boston and Merrimack Valley Massachusetts areas. Dr. Fowler has had intensive training and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of many types of ocular pathology, in the pre- and post-operative care in management of cataract, LASIK, glaucoma and cornea transplant patients.

Dr. Pachas earned his MD degree from San Marcos University School of Medicine in Lima, Peru. He served his internship as a Medical Intern at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. After internship Dr. Pachas was invited to Boston for postdoctoral training as a Fellow in Arthritis at Robert Breck Brigham Hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School teaching hospital. He then completed residency training in Internal Medicine at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital a Tufts University School of Medicine affiliate hospital. After residency training Dr. Pachas served as Clinical Fellow in Arthritis and Research Fellow in Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital. Following this training he served as Clinical and Research Fellow in Medicine at the Arthritis Unit of the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Pachas is board certified in Rheumatology.

Dr. Mohindra has more than four decades of experience specializing in pediatric vision, binocular vision disorders and low vision rehabilitation. Renowned for her expertise in the non-surgical management of pediatric and adult binocular vision disorders, she is one of the top refractionists (measurement of vision for spectacles, contact lenses, or low vision aids) in the United States.