Dr. Charles A. Garcia is an internationally
recognized researcher and clinician. As a
graduate of Tulane University he completed
his residency and internship at The
University of Texas Medical School at
Houston. His post residency fellowship in
Cornea and External Disease under Dr. Dan
Brown at Baylor College of Medicine in 1970.
His clinical practice focuses on diagnosis of
various vitreo retinal diseases and he has
worked throughout his career on finding a
treatment for Retinitis Pigmentosa and
Charles A. Garcia, M.D., P.A.
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ophthalmology and retinal diseases in particular. He has published more than
175 articles and has written three books in English and Spanish.
Dr. Garcia has written extensively on his retina research. He has published over
175 articles and written three books in English and Spanish.
In addition to numerous Universities in the United States, he has presented
scientific papers as a visiting professor in 16 other countries. He has been active
in training more than 68 fellows from 21 countries including the United States
since 1974. As former President of the American Diabetes Association, Dr.
Garcia has worked with local community organizations to educate the public
about diseases of the eye and diabetes.
He continues to participate in clinical studies with the National Institutes of
Health and the National Eye Institute investigating progression of diabetic
retinopathy. Dr. Garcia has had a continued commitment to community
service and has participated in numerous events including the Feria De Salud
presented in association with the American Diabete …