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Back Bay resident named Mount Auburn’s chief of ophthalmology

Posted by Johanna Kaiser  September 6, 2013 01:39 PM

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A Back Bay resident has been named Mount Auburn Hospital’s new chief of Ophthalmology.

The Cambridge hospital announced Thursday Christopher Robinson, MD, of the Back Bay, has been appointed chief of ophthalmology.

Robinson has been at the hospital’s New England Eye Center since 2008 and has been serving as its director. He also had a Medical Retina Fellowship at the Tufts-New England Eye Center and currently serves as an assistant professor of Ophthalmology at Tufts University School of Medicine.

“Dr. Christopher Robinson has been a well-regarded physician at Mount Auburn Hospital for a number of years and is the perfect candidate to now be serving as the hospital’s Chief of Ophthalmology,” said Jeanette Clough, president and CEO of Mount Auburn Hospital. “He is a strong administrative leader and clinician who employs the latest advancements in the diagnosis and management of retinal disease.”

Robinson graduated from the Stanford University School of Medicine where he was a Howard Hughes Medical Student Fellow and Stanford Medical Scholar. He completed his ophthalmology residency at the University Of Iowa College Of Medicine in 2007.

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