2219 York Road, Suite 100, Timonium, MD 21093
+1 443-470-9844

About doctor

treatment for colorblindness

Dr. Thomas Azman

Dr. Azman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, and his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama, School of Optometry, The Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama in 1975. In private practice since 1975, he is engaged in the diagnosis, treatment and management of color blindness or lack of color and color vision correction.

Professional

  • Fellow of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists. (2011-Present)
  • Appointment to the Maryland Board of Examiners in Optometry, Democrat Governor Martin O’Malley. (2008-2012)
  • Served as board treasurer of Maryland Board of Examiners in Optometry. (2004-2008)
  • Volunteer Clinical Instructor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. (2000-2013)
  • Participate in Special Olympics vision screening program (2004-2005)
  • Co-Director of the Contact Lens Services at the Maryland Center of Eye Care, University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. (2000-2004)
  • Expert Witness (Low Vision/Vision Loss Legal  Cases.  (1980- Present)
  • Primary eye care practice with special interests in Color vision, Laser Vision Correction, Contact Lenses, Dry Eye, and Low Vision. (1975-2010)
  • Private practice specializing in Low Vision and Color Vision. (2010- Present)
  • Doctor of Optometry, University of Alabama in Birmingham, The Medical Center, School of Optometry. (1975)
  • Bachelor of Science, Physiological Optics, University of Alabama in Birmingham, The Medical Center, School of Optometry. (1974)
  • University of Alabama in Birmingham, The Medical Center, School of Optometry. (1972-1975)
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology. The University of Maryland, College Park. (1970)

Licensure:

Maryland, 1975 DPA and TPA
Virginia, 1975 DPA and TPA

 

Professional Organizations

Awards

  • From optometric continuing education award
  • United States Association of Optometry (1981)
  • From the United States Congress, Parrin J.Mitchell certificate of appreciation. (1986)
  • Thank you for the outstanding community service and health Shoppe glaucoma screening program certificate. (1983)
  • Barbara a. Mikulski, Member certificate of appreciation
  • Congress, District 3, MD (1984)
  • From the Church to the Hospital (1986), a certificate of appreciation
  • From the United States Congress, Parrin J.Mitchell certificate of appreciation. (1986)
  • Bausch and Lomb excellent clinical research award (1992)
  • In the United States selected as a 20/20 Best and Brightest (1993) one of the 34 nominated
  • Chosen as one of Maryland’s most exceptional business by Warfield’s Business Record, Corporate profiles 1995. (1995)
  • University of Alabama, School of Optometry, Alumni of the Year (1995)
  • Cooper Vision Top Ten Practices Recognition for Excellence in Eye Care. (2019)

Clinical study on

  • Bausch and London: 1991-2006
  • Polymer technology: 1991-2003
  • Ciba: since 1995-2006
  • Vision Pharma: since 1994-200
  • Varilux: since 1994
  • Johnson and Johnson: since 1995-2003
  • Foresight strategies, Inc.:1999-2004 year
  • World optical-2003
  • Eagle eye-2002-2003

Certification

  • In PRK and LASIK surgery pre and post management system.
  • Bochner Eye Institute (1994)
  • Class Laser Center (1994)
  • Summit on optometric clinical affiliates at Ohio State University (1994)
  • London place eye Center Don Johnson (1995)
  • Lighthouse Eye Institute (1995)
  • Cliniques Michel Pop (1995)
  • Insight into the precise refractive surgery (1995)
  • Kremer laser eye Center (1995)
  • Laservue-Canada (1995)
  • John · Sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University School of medicine in perspective (1996)
  • Omni eye specialists (1996)

Scholarship Fund

Created a contact lens and dry eye Research Scholarship Fund