About Dr. Viti

Anthony J. Viti, M.D. Work Address: 1870 Amherst Street Suite 3-B Winchester, VA 22601 Telephone (540) 723-6824

Education:

8/83 – 05/87 M.D., West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 8/77 – 05/81 B.S., West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, Magna Cum Laude 8/73 – 06/77 Regents Diploma, Cardinal Spellman High School, Bronx, NY

Post Graduate Education:

07/89 – 06/93 Residency in Ophthalmology, Chief Resident PGY-4 and PGY-5 , West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV Internship in Medicine, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

Certification:

1996 American Board of Ophthalmology 2005 Maintenance of Certification American Board of Ophthalmology

Licensure:

Virginia West Virginia Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners

Employment:

08/01 – Present Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Eye Center of Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, VA 04/00 – 08/01 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Medcenter One Health Systems, Bismarck, ND 12/98 – 04/99 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Burns Clinic Medical Center, Petoskey, MI 08/97 – 10/98 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Williams Medical Eye Center Trinity Medical Center, Minor, ND (Temporary Physician) 1/96 – 06/97 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Marion Eye Consultants, Fairmont, WV 9/94 – 12/95 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Summersville, WV 09/93 – 07/94 Comprehensive Ophthalmology, East Range Clinics, Virginia, MN 12/88 – 06/89 Emergency Room Physician, Preston County Memorial Hospital Kingwood, WV and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon, WV

Memberships and Professional Associations:

American Academy of Ophthalmology, Fellow Virginia Society of Ophthalmology Medical Society of Ophthalmology Northern Virginia Society of Ophthalmology

Awards and Honors:

Certificates of Recognition, American Academy of Family Physicians, for participation as an Active Teacher in Family Practice Residency Program, Minot, ND, 1997, 1998 First place for presentations (Co-winner), Department of Ophthalmology Fourth Annual Alumni Weekend, West Virginia University, 1993 Robert H. Waldmen Resident Academic Excellence Award, Department of Medicine West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1988 Intern of the Year, West Virginia University Department of Medicine, 1988 Medical Group Practice Resident Book Award for Outstanding Clinical Work, West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1988 First place presentation, American College of Physicians, Pittsburgh, PA, 1987 First place presentation, Van Liere Memorial Research Convocation, West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1987 Ophthalmology, Microbiology research, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics West Virginia Gamma Sigma Delta Honorary, 1981 – present West Virginia University Graduate School Certificate of Merit, 1979 – 1980 American Society of Animal Science Scholarship, 1979 – 1980

Research:

06/92 - 06/93 Co-investigator, Nasolacrimal resistance following D.C.R. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology 12/92 – 03/93 Co-investigator, Morphometic dimensions and visual acuity in Odocoileus Virginians. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology  07/91 – 06/92 Co-investigator, Effect of the tightness of scleral flap closure on the outcome of trabeculectomy and its complications.  West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology  7/90 – 02/92 Co-investigator, Intraocular pressure during mechanical ventilation with different levels of positive end-expiratory pressure. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology 10/89 Co-investigator, the treatment of scleritis with Toradol. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Ophthalmology 06/88 – 06/89 The use of ciprofloxacin in modified tissue media (M.T.C.M.). West Virginia University Medical School, Departments of Ophthalmology and Microbiology 2/87– 06/88 Con-investigator, Bacterial growth in M.T.C.M.  West Virginia University Medical School, Departments of Ophthalmology and Microbiology 6/84 – 05/87 Co-investigator, The effect of massage on the site of insulin injection on postprandial diabetic patients. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Medicine 1982 – 1983 Technician, Biochemistry: Basic research on developmental changes in membrane phospholipids. West Virginia University Medical School, Department of Biochemistry

Volunteer Work:

2005 – Present Blue Ridge Wildlife Center, Ophthalmologist for injured wildlife.

Teaching Experience:

Clinical Instructor for Shenandoah Valley Family Practice Residency Program, 2002 – Present Instructor for Family Practice Residents, Ophthalmology Clinical Rotation, University of North Dakota School of Medicine, Minot Division, Minot, ND. 1997-1998 Instructor for Medical Students, Ophthalmology Clinical Rotation, University of North Dakota School of Medicine, Minot Division, Minot, ND. 1997-1998

Presentations:

Lecture Series to the Shenandoah Valley Family Practice Residents, 2006 to present Diabetes and Your Eye, American Diabetic Association, Winchester, VA Chapter, June 13, 2002 Eye care for Family Practice Physicians, University of North Dakota School of Medicine Family Practice Department, Bismarck, ND, June 2000 Ocular Trauma, Grand Rounds, Trinity Medical Center, Minot, North Dakota, February 1998 Cataract surgery and its terminology, Medical Records Department, Fairmount General Hospital. June 1997 Age-related changes in the eye, Home Health Nurses, Fairmount General Hospital. March 1997 Age-related changes in the eye, Home Health Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Kingwood, WV, September 1996 Wet Lab Instructor for phacoemulsification course for residents, West Virginia University, September 1994 Would Glasses Have Helped Bambi’s Parents? Co-winner, First place for presentations, Fourth Annual Ophthalmology Alumni Weekend, West Virginia University, March 1993 Clinical pathological report of a vitreous cyst, The Third Annual Ophthalmology Alumni Weekend, West Virginia University, March 1992 The treatment of scleritis with Toradol: A new non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent, The Second Annual Ophthalmology Alumni Weekend, West Virginia University, March 1991 Ciprofloxacin in M.K.M. media, The Tenth Annual Ophthalmology Conference, West Virginia University, October 1989 Bacterial growth and the use of ciprofloxacin in M.T.C.M, Poster presentation, The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Sarasota, FL, May 1989 The effect of a massage on the site of insulin injection on the postprandial diabetic patients, First place award for presentation, American College of Physicians, Regional Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, October 1987 The effect of a massage on the site of insulin injection on the postprandial diabetic patients, Clinical Pathology Conference, West Virginia University, October 1987 M.T.C.M. and bacterial contamination, The Eighth Annual Ophthalmology Conference, West Virginia University, October 1987 The effect of a massage on the site of insulin injection on the postprandial diabetic patients, First place for presentation, Van Liere Memorial Research Convocation, West Virginia University, March 1987

Publications:

Tucker SM, Linberg JV, Nguyen LLK, Viti AJ, Tucker WJ: Measurement of the resistance to fluid flow within the lacrimal outflow system. Ophthalmology Digest 1996; 4:3-5. Tucker SM, Linberg JV, Nguyen LLK, Viti AJ, Tucker, WJ: Resistance to fluid flow within the lacrimal outflow system. Ophthalmology 1995; 102:1639-1645. Teba L, Viti A, Banks D, Fon A, Barbara M, Hshieh P: Intraocular Pressure during Mechanical Ventilation with Different Levels of Positive End-Expiratory Pressure. Critical Care Medicine 1993;21:867-870. Klussmann K, Viti A, and Macsai, M: A Black and White Method for Illustration and Reproduction for Corneal Pathology. Ophthalmology, 99 (Suppl.);124: 1992. Feghali J, Klussmann K, and Viti A: Effect of the Tightness of Scleral Flap Closure on the Outcome of Trabeculectomy and its Complications. Ophthalmology, 99 (Suppl.);131:1992. Viti A, Seethatama S, Snyder I, and Schwab I: Bacterial Growth and the Use of Ciprofloxacin in M.K.M. Media. Invest Ophthalmic Vis Sci, 29 (Suppl.); 444:1988. Viti A, Flink E, and Albrink M: The Effect of Massage on the Site of Insulin Injection on Postprandial Diabetic Patients. West Virginia Medical Journal, 83:600, 1987. (Abstract)
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