Leonard A. Levin, MD, PhD is a neuro-ophthalmologist at the University of Wisconsin Medical School, where his clinical work concerns diseases of the optic nerve. He was educated and trained at Harvard, where he also received a PhD in neurobiology. Dr. Levin is active in research on the mechanisms of retinal ganglion cell death, which he studies at the molecular, tissue culture, and whole animal level. He primarily focuses on the role axonal damage plays in inducing loss of retinal ganglion cells, an area common to both neuro-ophthalmology and glaucoma.
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