Ann Caroline Fisher, MD
Glaucoma specialist, Cataract specialist
She completed her undergraduate education at Stanford University, obtaining both a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish Literature, with Departmental Honors. She earned her medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and then went on to her internship at the University of Pennsylvania Presbyterian Hospital. She completed her ophthalmology residency at NYU/ Manhattan Eye, Ear, Throat Hospital. She then returned to Stanford for her Glaucoma Fellowship.
Dr. Fisher is also Director of the Stanford Belize Vision Clinic, dedicated to promoting eye health and care in Belize, and providing an international rotation for Stanford Ophthalmology Residents.
- Board Certification: Ophthalmology, American Board of Ophthalmology (2009)
- Residency: New York University School of Medicine (2006) NY
- Board Certification, Ophthalmology, American Board of Ophthalmology
- Internship: Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia (2003) PA
- Medical Education: Stanford University Medical Center (2002) CA
Honors & Awards
- Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, Alpha Omega Alpha, AOA (2015)
- Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Biology Stanford University (1996)
- Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Biology Stanford University (1997)
- Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Biology Stanford University (1998)
- Gerbode Medical Scholar, Stanford University School of Medicine (1998-1999)
- Major Golden Grant for Humanities Scholarship and Creative Arts, Stanford University (1996)
- Plager Faculty Teaching Award Department of Ophthalmology, Stanford Ophthalmology (2017)
- Sigma Delta Pi National Literary Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi, Stanford University (1996)
- Director, Stanford Belize Vision Clinic (2017 - Present)
- Liaison, Office of Faculty Development and Diversity (2014 - Present)
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