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Houston LASIK Eye Surgery Expert and Pioneer Jack Holladay, M.D. Joins Influential Group of Eye Surgeons Listed at Trusted LASIK Surgeons
Date:12/4/2008

among the top 1% of LASIK eye surgery and refractive surgeons practicing in the United States in our estimation.

Among the many accomplishments that separate Dr. Holladay from nearly every other LASIK eye surgeon are his experience, extensive research, and teaching. He has over 15 years of experience in LASIK and other refractive procedures and has treated over 7,000 patients with laser vision correction surgery alone. Trusted by the FDA investigative studies to approve lasers and other refractive surgery devices, Dr. Holladay has participated in 12 such studies and served on the Ophthalmic Device Panel of the FDA who has honored him with a distinguished service award.    In addition, he invented the Brightness Acuity Tester, an instrument used by eye surgeons around the world to test the effects of glare on patients' vision, and developed the Holladay "IOL Consultant" and "Refractive Surgery Consultant" software programs, which aid in the restoration of patients' vision following cataract removal and help to obtain the best results following refractive surgery procedures such as LASIK. Of special note, Dr. Holladay helped develop the software for the onboard aircraft computers to defeat Soviet radar systems prior to becoming an eye surgeon.

Dr. Holladay currently serves as a Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology at the Baylor College of Medicine. He has published and lectured extensively, with over 5 textbooks, 30 book chapters, and 100 articles on refractive surgery to his credit. He serves on the editorial board of 4 journals dedicated to refractive and cataract surgery. In addition, he has made nearly 1,500 presentations earning him the admiration of his peers worldwide.

This highly esteemed eye surgeon is active in many professional ophthalmology organizations. The American Academy of Ophthalmology, where he has served on several committees, has awarded him an Honor Award, a Senior Honor A
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