Kathleen B. Digre, MD
Dr. Digre specializes in neuro-ophthalmology, the study of the eye as it relates to the brain. She evaluates complex visual complaints which can be due to optic nerve or brain disease and provides treatment for these disorders. Her interests include pseudotumor cerebri, ischemic optic neuropathy, temporal arteritis, papilledema, episodic vision loss, headaches and eye pain, diplopia and Graves Disease.
Bradley J. Katz, MD, PhD
Dr. Katz is a faculty member at the John A. Moran Eye Center, University of Utah Health Sciences Center. Since joining the Faculty in 1999, Dr. Katz has pursued his interests in teaching, research, clinical care and surgery. His research focus includes genetic diseases of the optic nerve, giant cell arteritis, light sensitivity, and blepharospasm.
Judith E. A. Warner, MD
Judith Warner, MD is a neurologist specializing in neuro-ophthalmology. She evaluates complex vsiual complaints due to eye or brain disease. Her clinical and reseach interests include ischemic and hereditary optic neuropathies, diplopia, giant cell arteritis, papilledema and idiopathic intracranial hypertension, transient visual loss and degenerative brain diseases.
David A. Weinberg, MD, FACS, MD
Dr. Weinberg is fellowship-trained in both neuro-ophthalmology and orbital and ophthalmic plastic surgery. His clinical practice spans the full scope of neuro-ophthalmology and oculoplastics, including both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He was a Moran Eye Center faculty member from 2006 to 2007 after serving on the faculty of the University of Vermont College of Medicine for the prior 10 years.
Daniel Jacobson, MD
A collection of eye movement videos on this Web site were produced with the late Daniel Jacobson, MD during our fellowship together 1986-7 at the University of Iowa. Dan was a dedicated teacher and his voice narrates the videos in this section. At his death he was the neuro-ophthalmologist at the Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield Wisconsin.