Edward Kuwera, M.D. specializes in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus. Dr. Kuwera graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ross University, where he was a recipient of the Distinguished Scholar award for academic excellence. Since medical school, Dr. Kuwera has been an advocate of medical education and patient education - a recipient of the Intern of the Year award, as well as a teaching award for the education of Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson medical students. His primary focus is on complex strabismus (the treatment of double vision, or diplopia), including reoperations, torsional strabismus, strabismus from thyroid eye disease, and lastly, cataract management from toddlers to adults. He also treats children with eyelid disease, nystagmus, and amblyopia.
He is actively involved in improving medical education and is working on several projects, among them to enhance retinoscopy, Lancaster red-green testing and methods for enhancing trainee and patient education.
Dr. Kuwera is the co-division education champion in optics, providing instruction on clinical techniques and review of the basic sciences.