Dr. Rutzen

Allan Rutzen, MD, FACS

Dr. Rutzen is a board-certified ophthalmologist and has been in practice since 1996. His extensive education and training includes:

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1985
Bachelor’s Degree with Honors

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1989
Medical Degree with Distinction and Honors in Research

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 1990
Internship in Internal Medicine

TUFTS UNIVERSITY, 1993
Ophthalmology Residency

UNIVERSITY OF SO. CALIFORNIA, 1994
Fellowship, Uveitis/Ocular Immunology

LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, 1995
Fellowship, Cornea & External Disease

 

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Dr. Rutzen has given hundreds of lectures in the U.S. and abroad teaching other doctors and medical students. He has conducted research on corneal surgery and external eye conditions, and has written two books, numerous journal articles, and chapters in the leading ophthalmology textbooks: The Cornea, Principles and Practice of Ophthalmology, and Clinical Guide to Comprehensive Ophthalmology.

Dr. Rutzen is an active member in seven professional organizations, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Recently, he was selected as one of America’s Top Ophthalmologists and is listed in the Best Doctors in America Database. He was also selected by his peers as one of Baltimore Magazine’s Top Docs.

Dr. Hanna

Jacey Hanna, MD

Dr. Hanna is an ophthalmologist and lives in Annapolis, MD. Her education and training include:

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN, 2005
Bachelor’s Degree with High Honors

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL BRANCH, 2010
Medical Degree with High Honors

HOUSTON METHODIST HOSPITAL, 2011
Internship

UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY AT NEW JERSEY, 2014
Ophthalmology Residency

Dr. Cason

Daniel Cason, OD, MBA

Dr. Cason is a residency trained optometrist and has been practicing at Rutzen Eye Specialists since 2021. His education and training includes:

Auburn University, 2016
Bachelor’s Degree with Honors

University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2020
Doctor of Optometry
Master of Business Administration

Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Residency in ocular disease, affiliated with Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University

Dr. Cason received several awards and scholarships while completing his Doctor of Optometry degree, including the Beta Sigma Kappa Silver Medal and the Dean’s Scholarship. He has experience in treating and managing a variety of ocular conditions, with a particular interest in glaucoma, uveitis, and corneal conditions. He has presented a poster at the American Academy of Optometry meeting and is a co-author of a case report that is to be published in Optometry and Vision Science, the journal of the American Academy of Optometry. He is also a member of the Maryland Optometric Association and the American Academy of Optometry.

 

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