Dr. Ney attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME where he graduated Magma Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. While at Bowdoin, he received the Bowdoin College Dr. Clinton Noyes Peters Medical Fund Award. Prior to medical school, Dr. Ney was a research assistant at Boston Children’s Hospital for two years, studying retinopathy of prematurity.
Dr. Ney received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. After completing his internal medicine internship at Pennsylvania Hospital, he went on complete his residency in ophthalmology and his fellowship in glaucoma at Penn Medical School’s Scheie Eye Institute. In 2012, he received Scheie’s Excellence in Medical Student Teaching Award.
Dr. Ney is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and has published peer-reviewed research papers and book chapters. His ongoing interests include the surgical management of glaucoma, glaucoma laser treatment and cataract surgery.
Throughout his training, he has been dedicated to the education of medical students and residents, organizing and further developing the surgical training curriculum for ophthalmology residents. In addition, he delivers annual lectures at the University of Pennsylvania Nursing School on ophthalmology for the primary care practitioner. Dr. Ney’s practice offers a full range of management for patients with glaucoma-related conditions, from medical to laser to surgical solutions.
Dr. Ney grew up in Portland, Maine and lives in the Boston area with his wife and their three young children.