Dr. Vincent LG Ray, MD is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He Attended the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign where he studied microbiology and chemistry. During his tenure at the University of Illinois Dr. Ray performed HIV vaccine studies at Harvard University School of Medicine as a visiting researcher. He went on to study medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia where he received his doctorate of medicine. He was granted funds from the Friends of the Congressional Glaucoma Caucus to start Atlanta’s first public glaucoma screening program.
Dr. Ray completed residency at the California Pacific Medical Center Pacific Campus. During his residency Dr. Ray received awards for his research endeavors in low vision. He also has published his investigations in HIV related eyelid disease in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Upon completion of his residency Dr. Ray went on to complete a fellowship in Cornea and refractive surgery at the Wake Forest University school of Medicine. He again published in the Journal of American Medical Association regarding cornea transplants.
In 2015 Dr. Ray spent time in Monrovia, Liberia with the National Institute of Health researching and treating eye disease in Ebola virus survivors.
Dr. Ray's cataract surgery expertise includes complex cataract surgery, multifocal lens implantation, post-LASIK cataract surgery and astigmatism correction during cataract surgery. Dr. Ray is also a cornea specialist with expertise in LASIK and cornea transplantation. Dr. Ray is a clinical instructor of surgery at the California Pacific Medical Center where he trains future surgeons. He is energized by patient care and looks forward to seeing patients in the office.