Dr. Srouji


Dr. Srouji

Dr. Nabil E. Srouji, Ophthalmologist specializing in the diseases and surgery of the retina and vitreous, is the founder and owner of Oklahoma Retina, PLLC. Dr. Srouji strives for excellence in all aspects of his practice: from diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the retina to patient comfort. As a dynamic part of the ophthalmic medical community, Dr. Srouji has served integral roles within the areas of research, continuing education, as well as hospital leadership.

Dr. Srouji founded Oklahoma Retina, PLLC in January 1998.

EDUCATION: B.S. Microbiology 1979-1983
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma

MEDICAL: M.D. College of Medicine 1985-1989
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

POSTDOCTORAL: Internship: Transition Intern 1989-1990
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

RESIDENCY: George Washington University 1990-1993
Washington, D.C.

FELLOWSHIP: Vitreoretinal Diseases & Surgery 1993-1995
Baylor College of Medicine
McPherson Associates
Houston, Texas

MEDICAL LICENSES: Oklahoma
Virginia
Texas

HONORS / AWARDS: Medical School:
Harris Foundation Scholarship
Biochemistry Research Dissertation Award
Robert M. Neal Pathology Award

PRESENTATIONS:

“Effect of Extracapsular Cataract Extraction: and Posterior Chamber Lens Implantation on the Macula in Eyes of Diabetics.”
American Academy of Ophthalmology, Meeting: October 1991

“Retinal Detachment after Macular Hole Surgery”
Baylor College of Medicine, Alumni Meeting: Houston, Texas

“Retinal Detachment after Idiopathic Macular Hole Surgery”
American Academy of Ophthalmology, Meeting: Atlanta, Georgia, November 1995

“The Management of Macular Hole”
Oklahoma Optometric Association, Meeting: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 1997

“Innovations in Vitreoretinal Surgery”
Oklahoma Optometric Association, Meeting: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 1998

CERTIFICATION:

National Board of Medical Examiners 1990
American Board of Ophthalmology 1995, 2006 (Recertified)

MEMBERSHIP:

American Medical Association
Oklahoma County Medical Association
Oklahoma State Medical Association
American Academy of Ophthalmology
Schephens International Society
American Society of Retina Specialists