Dr. Efraim Duzman

Dr. Duzman obtained his medical education at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem and completed his Ophthalmology residency at the Hadassah and at the Kaplan Medical centers in Rehovot (affiliated with the Hebrew University Medical Center at Hadassah Jerusalem).

Dr. Efraim Duzman was granted Board certification in Ophthalmology in 1977.

Dr. Duzman also completed a research fellowship at the Weitzman Research Institute, working in the areas of inflammation and immune regulation in the eye. In 1979, Dr. Duzman was appointed to the faculty of the department of Ophthalmology, where he completed a two years research and clinical fellowship in ophthalmic pharmacology and Glaucoma with Prof. Irving Leopold.

Between The years 1982- 1994, Dr. Efraim Duzman was academically promoted to Assistant and then Associate Professor in Ophthalmology at the Department of Ophthalmology at UCI, and served as the Chief of the Department of Ophthalmology at UCI Medical Center.

Between 1981-1988, Dr. Efraim Duzman also served as head of clinical research for Allergan Pharmaceuticals, and managed the development of several eye care medications currently in use by millions of patients in many countries.

Between 1998- 1993, Dr. Duzman managed the research department at Chiron Vision Inc., and introduced the Ophthalmic market in the USA to Radial Keratotomy, Lasik and foldable Intra ocular lens implants.

Since 1993, Dr. Efraim Duzman is in private practice at Lakeside Vision Center in Irvine. He also serves as a consultant to several major eye care companies.

This practice focuses on delivering the highest quality eye services and innovative surgery to patients from all over Orange County. The practice is also involved in Clinical research of new Ophthalmic medications and surgical devices.

Dr. Efraim Duzman published close to one hundred articles in various professional magazine, wrote several chapters for Ophthalmology text books and made multiple presentations in national and international ophthalmology congresses.