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  • About Dr. Jonathan Starchville

    Jonathan M. Starchville, OD graduated cum laude from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and subsequently from the University of Houston College of Optometry where he received his Doctorate of Optometry degree with special focus in therapeutics, retinal disease, and sports vision training. After receiving his doctoral degree, he pursued an ocular disease residency at Cedar Springs Eye Clinic in Dallas, Texas where he trained extensively in the treatment and management of anterior and posterior segment disease as well as pre-operative and post-operative ocular surgical care.

    Dr. Starchville specializes in the treatment and management of ocular disease, particularly glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic ocular care as well as management of retinal surgical care, cataract surgery, and LASIK. He is experienced in fitting hard contact lenses for the correction of corneal ectasia and astigmatism, and passionate about utilizing his sports vision experience to provide specialty vision training for athletes.

    Certified by the National Board Examiners of Optometry and licensed to practice in the state of Texas as a Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, Dr. Starchville is also a member of the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, and Dallas Country Optometric Association. Further, he is pursuing Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry along with Diplomate board certification by the American Board of Optometry.

    Dr. Starchville resides in Dallas and enjoys sports, staying in shape, traveling, and attending concerts.

  • Education

    Residency: Ocular Disease, Cedar Springs Eye Clinic (2016)

    Doctorate Degree: University of Houston (2015)

    Bachelor’s Degree: Saint Vincent College (2011)

  • Publications & Presentations

    INVITATIONAL PRESENTATIONS FOR CME:

    • “Fundus Autofluoresence Part III – Ocular Disease Grand Rounds.” University of Houston College of Optometry, 2017.
    • “Fundus Autofluoresence Part II – Clinical Applications.” Dallas County Optometric Society, 2016.
    • “Fundus Autofluoresence Part I – An Overview.” University of Houston College of Optometry, 2015.

     

    NON PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS:

    • Starchville J, DeLoach J, Gonzalez M, Kruoch Z; X-Linked Juvenile Retinoschisis. American Academy of Optometry. October 2015.