- Dry Eye
Dr. Voicu specializes in the diagnosis and management of cornea disorders and external and ocular surface disease including dry eye, as well as glaucoma and cataract care. Dr. Voicu, who is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, completed fellowships in cornea and external eye diseases at the Doheny Eye Center at UCLA Medical Center and in glaucoma at the Jules Stein Eye Institute at UCLA. She earned her medical degree at Mount Sinai Hospital, completed her internship in internal medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center, and her residency at Duke University Eye Center, where she served as Chief Resident and participated in several select committees and advisory boards.
Prior to joining OCB, Dr. Voicu was Director of Cornea and External Diseases at Vold Vision in Arkansas, and was a mentor for the Vold Vision Anterior Segment Fellowship. She has expertise performing many cornea care treatments, including full thickness corneal transplantation, partial thickness corneal transplants (DSAEK) and the newest, thinnest cornea transplant available (DMEK). She performs a full spectrum of both traditional and minimally invasive glaucoma treatments and surgeries including SLT, XEN, Hydrus, Trabeculectomy, Tube shunts, and Omni, among others. She also specializes in cataract surgery, including laser-assisted cataract procedures, toric and multifocal lens implants, and enjoys practicing refractive surgery. She practices dry eye management and often provides consultations for patients with advanced and complex dryness or ocular surface disease. She enjoys helping patients restore their vision and has a specialty in the management of complex cases involving corneal disease and glaucoma.
Throughout her extensive medical training in the intricacies of cornea and glaucoma disease, Dr. Voicu has continuously earned multiple scholarships and academic awards including the Sanford and Erna Schulhofer Endowed Fellowship for Cornea and External Diseases at Doheny-UCLA, the Harold and Pauline Price Endowed Fellowship, the Rosalind Alcott Endowed Fellowship for Glaucoma at Jules Stein, UCLA and the Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship in Ophthalmology.
In addition, Dr. Voicu has coauthored numerous ophthalmology scholarly articles and book chapters as well as a textbook and has delivered educational lectures and courses to medical students. Dr. Voicu is committed to providing high quality eye care for underserved patients at home and abroad. She has volunteered her services as a surgeon with the Virtue Foundation in Mongolia, volunteers locally and sees patients through EyeCare America.