|Line of Business:||Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus|
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About Michael Kinori, M.D.
Dr. Michael Kinori is the head of the pediatric ophthalmology unit of the Assuta Ashdod Hospital, and a pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus specialist.
Dr. Kinori treats amblyopia (lazy eye), slowing the progression of myopia (short-sightedness) and strabismus in children and adults including strabismus surgery with or without adjustable sutures, allergic conjunctivitis and blocked tear ducts in children.
Dr. Kinori graduated from Tel Aviv University
magna cum laude and was on the Dean’s List in most of his academic years. Dr. Kinori’s ophthalmology residency was in the Goldschlegar Eye Institute in the Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer. Dr. Kinori underwent a fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology in the Shiley Eye Institute UCSD in San Diego, U.S., for two years, and another fellowship in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus for one year in Northwestern University, Chicago, U.S.
Formerly, Dr. Kinori served as the head of pediatric ophthalmology clinics and as a senior ophthalmologist in the pediatric ophthalmology department of the Saphra childrens hospital in Tel HaShomer Hospital. In addition, Dr. Kinori is a member of the Talpiot project, a project for medical leadership on behalf of the Sheba Tel HaShomer Hospital. He is also a senior lecturer in Ben Gurion University.
Dr. Kinori is a member of the following professional associations:
The Israeli Medical Association
The Israeli of the Ophthalmologists Associations
American Academy of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus – AAPOS
American Academy of Ophthalmology – AAO
Since 2020, Dr. Kinori has been serving as a member of the National Ophthalmology Exams Committee.
Dr. Kinori combines clinical work with academic research, and he published more than 60 articles in the global ophthalmology literature. He also serves as a reviewer for medical articles in leading pediatric ophthalmology journals.
Dr. Kinori also instructs medical students in their dissertation. He formerly served as a senior
lecturer in the Tel Aviv University Medicine Faculty.
In his military reserves service, he serves as an ophthalmologist in the aircrews aptitude tests.
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