1997 – 1998
Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Fellowship
Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC
1994 – 1997
Residency in Ophthalmology
Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC
1993 – 1994
St. Vincent Hospital and Medical Center, Portland, OR
1989 – 1993
Doctor of Medicine and Bachelors
Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL
1986 – 1989
Honors Program in Medical Education
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
December 1, 2001 – Present
Private Practice, EyeHealth Northwest
July 2000 – November 2001
Private Practice, Tri-State Eye Care
June 2000 – November 2001
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Children’s Hospital Medical Center
August 1998 – May 2000
Private Practice, The Eye Center
Licensure and Certification:
American Board of Ophthalmology
National Board of Medical Examiners
Willamette Falls Hospital, Oregon City, OR
Providence Milwaukie Hospital, Milwaukie, OR
Legacy Mt. Hood Medical Center, Gresham, OR
Adventist Medical Center, Portland, OR
Legacy Portland Hospitals, Portland, OR
American Academy of Ophthalmology
American Association for Pediatric
Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Alpha Omega Alpha
Phi Rho Sigma Medical Society
Oregon Academy of Ophthalmology
Bock CJ and Jampol LM “Serpiginous Choroiditis,” in Principles and Practice of Ophthalmology: Clinical Practice. Albert DM and Jakobiec FA (Eds). W.B. Saunders Company. 517-523, 1994.
Bock CJ and Klintworth GK. “Sarcoidosis,” in The Color Atlas of the Eye in Systemic Disease. Gold DH and Weingeist TA (eds.) JB Lippincott, in press.
Bock CJ and Jampol LM. “Serpiginous Choroiditis,” in Principles and Practice of Ophthalmology: Clinical Practice, 2nd ed. Albert DM and Jakobiec FA (eds.) W.B. Saunders Company, 1998.
Rosenberg LF, Burchfield JC, Krupin T, Bock CJ, Goldenfeld M and O’Grady RB. “Cat model for intraocular pressure reduction after transscleral Nd:YAG cyclophotocoagulation” Curr Eye Res. 14:255-261, 1995.
Krupin T, Rosenberg LF, Sandridge AL, Bock CJ, Berman A and Ruderman JM. “Effects of Topical k-Strophanthin on Aqueous Humor and Corneal Dynamics.” J Glaucoma. 4:327-333, 1995.
Bock CJ, Freedman SF, Buckley EG, Shields MB. “Transscleral Diode Laser Cyclophotocoagulation for Refractory Pediatric Glaucomas.” J AAPOS. 34:235-239, 1997.
Bock CJ, Freedman SF, Buckley EG. “Combined resection and recession of a single rectus muscle for the treatment of incomitant strabismus.” J AAPOS, 3:263-8, 1999.
Burchfield J, Rosenberg L, Krupin T, Bock CJ, Park O, Hyderi A, Goldenfel M, O’Grady R. “Cat Model for Intraocular Pressure Reduction by Transscleral Nd:YAG Cycloablation.” Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl.) 34:739, 1993.
Bock CJ, Damji KF, Tallett D, Shields MB, Allingham RR. “Atypical Pigmentary Glaucoma and Pigment Dispersion Syndrome in a Black Family.” Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl.) 37:S34, 1996.
The Adjustable Fadenoperation. American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Annual Meeting. Rancho Mirage, CA, April, 1998.
|Bartonella henselae Neuroretinitis. Pediatric Ophthalmology Conference. Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, OR, January 11, 1999.|
|Ocular Nerve Palsies; Management of Strabismus. Seventh Annual Southern Oregon Optometric Association Summer Education Weekend. Ashland, OR, July 31, 1999.|
|Ocular Colobomas, Pediatric Cataracts, and Leukocoria. Pediatric Ophthalmology Conference. Sacred Heart Medical Center, Eugene, OR, August 30, 1999.|
|Pediatric Ophthalmology for the Primary Care Physician. St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Edgewood, KY, June 22, 2000.|
|Management of Hyphema. Eye Trauma Update CME course. University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, November 4, 2000|
Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL, Spring, 1992 Laboratories of Ted Krupin, MD and Lisa F. Rosenberg, MD
Investigated effects of topical k-strophanthin administration in laboratory animals and human subjects and blood-ocular barrier effects of Nd:YAG cyclodestruction in laboratory animals.
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR Summer, 1990 Laboratory of E. Michael Van Buskirk, MD and Ted Acott, PhD
Investigated normal and retinitis pigmentosa patient DNA for the presence of tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase protein. Performed Southern, western and northern blotting and polymerase chain reactions. Sequenced human DNA.
“The ten year tummy ache.” Mystery Diagnosis, Discovery Health Channel, August 2007.