Dr Cornblath is a
Professor in the department of Ophthalmology &
Visual Sciences and the department of Neurology at
the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
He graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas
City School of Medicine followed by a year of
medical internship at Evanston Hospital/Northwestern
University and then a neurology residency at the
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He then
did a neuroophthalmology fellowship at the Wilmer
Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Since finishing
fellowship he has been on the faculty at the
University of Michigan.
Dr Cornblath was involved in the Optic Neuritis
Treatment Trial and the Ischemic Optic Neuropathy
His research interests include optic neuritis, optic
neuropathies, myasthenia gravis, idiopathic
intracranial hypertension and use of botulinum
toxin. He has published articles in these areas.
Dr Cornblath is a frequent speaker at the American
Academy of Neurology annual meeting, the American
Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting and has been
a visiting professor at a number of different
institutions around the world. He is also involved
with the North American Neuroophthalmology Society.