User:Joseph.Coney

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Name
Joseph M. Coney, MD

Location
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Affiliation
Retina Associates of Cleveland, Inc.

Financial Disclosures
Financial Disclosure Aerpio: Grant Support Alcon Laboratories, Inc.: Lecture Fees, Grant Support Alimera Sciences: Lecture Fees Allergan: Consultant/Advisor, Grant Support Apellis: Grant Support Genentech: Consultant/Advisor, Grant Support, Lecture Fees Hoffman LaRoche, Ltd: Grant Support MacTel: Grant Support National Eye Institute: Grant Support Notal Vision: Lecture Fees OHR: Grant Support Ophthotech: Grant Support Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: Equity Owner, Consultant/Advisor Tyrogenex: Grant Support

Public E-mail or Contact
jconey@retina-assoc.com

Ophthalmologist
Yes

Subspecialty
Retina Specialist

Degree type
M.D.

Contributions
Joseph M. Coney, MD is listed as an author of Brolucizumab



Dr. Coney received his BS degree in biology from the University of Illinois and his MD degree from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine. He completed his ophthalmology residency at University Hospitals/Case Western Reserve University, where he is now a Senior Clinical Instructor. Dr. Coney finished his medical retina fellowship in diabetic retinopathy at the Joslin Diabetes Clinic of Harvard Medical School in Boston, followed by a two-year vitreoretinal surgical fellowship at the Vitreo-retinal Foundation in Memphis, Tennessee. He has served in leadership capacities for the Ohio Ophthalmological Society, the Ophthalmology Section of the National Medical Association, and the Cleveland Ophthalmological Society. Dr. Coney has been recognized as among the top ophthalmologists in the nation by Castle Connolly, and he has been featured as a Top Doctor in Cleveland Magazine every year since 2015. He is a Vitals Patients’ Choice Award winner and has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the Best Doctors in America® list of top retinal specialists. He has been a clinical investigator in research studies of treatments for diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and other vitreoretinal diseases. Dr. Coney’s primary interests include diabetic retinopathy, AMD, traumatic eye injuries, and complex retinal surgeries including macular hole repair and macular pucker surgery.

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