Joshua N. Steiner, M.D.

Joshua N. Steiner, M.D. is a board-certified and fellowship-trained vitreoretinal surgeon with expertise in macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusions, and retinal tears and detachments. For more than a decade, Dr. Steiner was an attending surgeon at the renowned National Retina Institute.  In more recent years, he served as Vitreoretinal Fellowship Director where he trained medical and surgical fellows. He has participated in numerous national vitreoretinal clinical trials. Dr. Steiner completed his vitreoretinal fellowship training at the National Retina Institute and earned his medical degree at Wayne State University School of Medicine.

Locations: Dr. Joshua Steiner sees patients in Moore Eye Institute’s Springfield, Exton, Phoenixville, and Wynnewood offices.

Joined Moore Eye Institute: 2022

Clinical Expertise

  • Non-Surgical Retina
    • Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
    • Diabetic Retinopathy – Laser/Injection
    • Intraocular Inflammatory Disease
    • Retinal Vein Occlusion
    • Retinal Tears/Holes
  • Surgical Retina
    • Vitreoretinal Surgery
    • Retinal Detachment
    • Macular Hole
    • Epiretinal Membrane

Credentials

Education

  • Surgical Vitreoretinal Fellowship, National Retina Institute
  • Ophthalmology Residency, University of Maryland Midtown Campus. Served as Chief resident. 
  • Internship, University of Maryland Midtown Campus
  • Wayne State University School of Medicine

Appointments

  • Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Moore Eye Institute
  • Vitreoretinal Fellowship Director, National Retina Institute

Memberships

  • American Society of Retina Specialists
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology

Research Papers and Publications

Scientific Presentations and Posters

  • “OCT and Clinical Outcomes for Vitrectomy for Lamellar Macular Holes”. Steiner J. Thompson J.T., 19th Annual Friedenwald Eye Institute Research Conference, (2008), Baltimore, MD.

  • “Concordance Between Eyes And Functional and Anatomic Correlation in Eyes with Stargardt Disease”.  Steiner J., Sunness J.S., 18th Annual Friedenwald Eye Institute Research Conference, (2007), Baltimore, MD.

  • “Concordance Between Eyes in Stargardt Disease”.  Steiner J, Sunness JS, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Annual Meeting, (2006), Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

  • In vivo application of iNOS antisense oligonucleotides exacerbates hypoperfusion and upregulates endothelin-1 (ET-1) expression following traumatic brain injury. Steiner J, Rafols JA, Park HK, Katar MS, Petrov T, Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting, (2002), Orlando, Florida.

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