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Jolanta Markuszewska - Zelbromska, MD, Ph.D.

Dr Markuszewska is an expert in the field of surgical correction of vision errors, specializing in dealing with difficult and complex cases, and was one of the first eye specialists in Poland to introduce out-patient microsurgical eye procedures.

Until 1992 Doctor Markuszewska was the senior lecturer and Head of Post-operative Care and the Department of Ophthalmology at the Medical University of Wrocław. She is currently the Director of the Research Centre of Ophthalmology in Poland, providing a variety of eye treatments and procedures to correct vision, including laser vision correction, cataract removal, glaucoma surgery, strabismus correction, clear lens extraction, presbyopia reversal, and LASIK surgery.

Ophthalmology Specialist – Ophthalmic Surgeon

Dr Markuszewska graduated medicine in 1979 and was an intern at renowned ophthalmic centers all around the world. Presently she actively participates in the national and international conferences on ophthalmology.

  • 1979      Graduation of Faculty of Medicine at the Wrocław Medical University,
  • 1984      Obtaining the title of PhD in Medical Science,
  • 1985      Certified as Specialist Ophthalmologist,
  • 1993      3-month internship in the department of ophthalmology at hospital in Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 1993     3-month fellowship in the Department of Ophthalmology in Munich, Germany
  • 1994      Shepard Eye Center, Santa Maria, California, USA
  • 2001      Internship in  Department of Ophthalmology at The Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Maurice and Gabriela Goldschleger Eye Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • 1992     ‘IOL implantation’ Course – Veresz-Klatt Balazs MD
  • 1996      ‘New Approaches Course in the diagnosis and therapy of macular and retinal diseases’ – Clinic and Polyclinic of Ophthalmology, Leipzig, Germany
  • 1998     ‘Glaucoma children: diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation’ Course – Section of the Polish Society of Ophthalmology, Glaucoma
  • 2005     ‘Advanced Retinal Therapy: updates, trends and Controversies’ Course – Prof. Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth
  • 2006-    ‘The pathophysiology of the eye’ Course – student and lecturer – Department of Ophthalmology, Medical University, Wrocław
  • 2007      ‘Modern Trends in the treatment of glaucoma’ Course – MSD Poland Ltd.
  • 2008      Rates, ‘Biometrics optical camera based on the IOL Master SV.5.0’ – Carl Zeiss f. Poland Ltd.
  • 2008      ‘Injection of Lucentis (ranibizumab) ‘ Course – Independent Public Clinical Hospital in Warsaw Ophthalmology
  • 2010     Groningen, Netherlands – training regarding the Artisan phakic lens / f. artiflex Ophtec
  • Member of the Polish Ophthalmological Society
  • Member of the German Society of Ophthalmology
  • Member of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
The American Academy of Ophthalmology

1994 – San Francisco

1995 – Atlanta

1996 – Chicago

1997 – San Francisco

1998 – New Orleans (New Orleans)

1999 – Orlando

2000 – Dallas

The World Congress of Ophthalmology

1994 – Toronto, Canada

1998 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

2002 – Sydney, Australia

2006 – Sao Paulo, Brazil

2010 – Berlin, Germany

The European Conference of Ophthalmology

1999 – Stockholm, Sweden

2001 – Istanbul, Turkey

2003 – Madrid, Spain

2005 – Stockholm, Sweden

2007 – Vienna, Austria

The Convention of the European Society of Cataracts and Refractive Surgeons

1996 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

1999 – Vienna, Austria

2000 – Vienna, Austria

2001 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

2002 – Nice, France

2004 – Paris, France

2005 – Lisbon, Portugal

2009 – Berlin, Germany

2010 – Paris, France

The Congress of the European Society of Professionals EURETINA

2010 – Paris, France

The Congress of the Ophthalmological Society of India (All India Ophthalmological Society)

2009 – Jaipur

The Congress of the European Society of Professionals EURETINA

2010 – Paris, France

The International Congress of Eye Trauma Society

1997- Bombay, India

The Convention of the American Society of Cataracts and Refractive Surgeons

1996 – Seattle, Washington

2001 – San Diego, California

2008 – Chicago, Illinois

2009 – San Francisco, California

2010 – Boston, Massachusetts

The Congress of the Canadian Society of Cataracts and Refractive Surgeons

1994 – Calgary (Bauff)

The Congress of German Ophthalmic Surgeons

1996 – 2002 – Nuremberg

Participation in Polish National Conferences

Retinological Section – Poznań, Glaucoma Section

1998 – Wrocław

2000 – Wrocław

2002 – Wrocław

2004 – Wrocław

Information Section, Section of Intraocular Lenses and Refractive Surgery

2002 – Katowice

2004 – Warsaw