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Daniel B. Connors, M.D.
Retina Specialist


OFFICE ADDRESS:

1500 Tilton Road
Northfield, NJ 08225
609-646-5200

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

RETINAL AND OPHTHALMIC CONSULTANTS, PC, Northfield, NJ, 1995 - Present. Private group practice limited to vitreoretinal diseases and surgery. Participation in clinical trials.

EDUCATION:

Retina Vitreous Surgery Fellow- The Barnes Retina Institute, St Louis, MO 2016-2018

Resident Physician in Ophthalmology, Emory University Atlanta, GA 2013-2016

Doctor of Medicine - Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, (UMDNJ-RWJMS) New Brunswick, NJ 2008-2012

Bachelor of Arts-Biology College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA cum laude, 204-208

CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE:

2018-present                New Jersey

2016-2020                 Illinois

2016-2019                 Missouri

2018                 Board Certification Ophthalmology

2008                 Member- American Medical Association

2013                 Member – American Academy of Ophthalmology

2016                 Member – American Society of Retinal Specialists

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS

  • SHORE MEDICAL CENTER (SHORE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL), Somers Point, NJ: Attending Ophthalmologist, 2018-present

  • ATLANTICARE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, Atlantic City, NJ: Attending Ophthalmologist, 2018-present

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Yosemite GR40349 – Sub-Investigator
F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd
July 2018 – Present

Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Masked, Active Comparator–Controlled Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of RO6867461 in Patients with Diabetic Macular Edema.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. “Emerging Causes of Viral-associated Uveitis.” Connors DB, Shantha JG, Yeh S. Int Ophthalmol Clin. 2015 Spring; 55(2):103-13

  2. “Incidence of steroid-induced ocular hypertension after vitreoretinal surgery with difluprednate versus prednisolone acetate.” Jeng KW, Fine, HF, Wheatley HM, Roth D, Connors DB, Prenner JL. Retina: Volume 34, Issue 10 (2014) Page 1990-6

  3. “Bilateral proptosis as initial manifestation of mantle cell lymphoma.” Walia, Sandeep S., Stelton, Christopher R., Shantha, Jessica G., Connors DB, Walia, Hapreet S. American Journal of Medicine: Volume 126, Issue 10 (2013) Page 862-3

  4. “Hydroxychloroquine retinopathy: characteristic presentation with review of screening.” Stelton, Christopher R., Connors DB, Walia, Sandeep S., Walia, Harpreet S. Clinical Rheumatology: Volume 32, Issue 6 (2013), Page 895-898

  5. “Intraocular Lens Placement Via a Novel, Sutureless, Scleral Fixation Technique”. Prenner J, Wheatley H, Fine H, Connors DB, Roth D. Retina: Volume 32, Issue 4 (2012), Page 853-855

  6. “Fibronectin matrix assembly suppresses dispersal of glioblastoma cells.” Sabari J, Lax D, Connors DB, Brotman I, Jia D, Foty R. PLoS One: Volume 6, Issue 9 (2011) e24810. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0024810

  7. "Differential herbivory on disk and ray flowers of gynomonoecious asters and goldenrods (Asteraceae)" Bertin R, Connors DB, Kleinmen HM. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Volume 101, Issue (2010) 544-552

PRESENTATIONS

  • Presentation (2011): “Incidence of Steroid Induced Ocular Hypertension Using Either Difluprednate or Prednisolone Acetate After Vitreoretinal Surgery”. Connors DB, Prenner J, Fine H, Wheatey H, Roth D. ASRS 29th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 20-24, 2011

  • Presentation (2011): “Intraocular Lens Placement Via a Novel, Sutureless, Scleral Fixation Technique”. Prenner J, Wheatley H, Fine H, Connors DB, Roth D. ASRS 29th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, August 20-24, 2011

  • Presentation (2010): “Reactivation of Fibronectin Matrix Assembly Impedes Glioblastoma Dispersal Velocity”. Sabari J, Lax D, Connors DB, Brotman I, Jia D, Foty R. AACR 101st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April 17-21, 2010.

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Our nationally recognized doctors include:

Retina Service

Glaucoma Service

Cornea Service

Oculoplastic Service

Services Provided At:

Each facility includes state-of-the-art equipment including:
  • » Lasers
  • » Ultrasound
  • » Optical Coherence Tomography
  • » Ophthalmic Photography
  • » Fluorescein Angiography