Stephen H. Sinclair, MD
Dr. Sinclair is a Vitreoretinal surgeon with an expertise in biophysics of retinal blood flow and vision. After finishing medical school at Harvard, ophthalmology residency at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, and a vitreo-retinal surgery fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Sinclair spent 8 years as Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and head of the vitreo-retinal service at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He moved across town to start a new department at Hahnemann University as Professor of Ophthalmology and then spent 6 years as vice-chairman continuing his clinical, teaching and research activities. He left academics in 1993 but continues as Adjunct Professor of Ophthalmology at Drexel University, teaching residents and students at several institutions in Philadelphia and lecturing worldwide. Dr. Sinclair has invented several ophthalmic devices and medications for treating a number of ocular diseases.
Jason A. Kaplan, MD
Dr. Jason A. Kaplan is a fellowship-trained retina specialist and a vitreo-retinal surgeon at Sinclair Retina Associates. Dr. Kaplan is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the America Society of Retina Specialists.
Dr. Kaplan earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics from Franklin and Marshall College. His medical degree was earned at the University of Maryland. He completed his ophthalmology residency at The Friedenwald Eye Institute in Baltimore, and then completed retinal fellowships at the University of Texas and the University of Pittsburgh.
As an attending surgeon Dr. Kaplan has trained numerous retinal fellows in medical and surgical vitreoretinal disease. He has been an invited speaker and has lectured extensively on topics including retinal detachment, vaso-occlusive diseases and retinal inflammation. Dr. Kaplan’s area of specialization includes macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment, macular membranes and holes, and laser surgery. He has published papers in the ophthalmic literature on a variety of retinal diseases.
As a retina surgeon and specialist Dr. Kaplan individualizes his treatment for each of his patients and approaches each patient as if they were his family member. He has special interest in feeder vessel treatment for patients with macular degeneration. He is very happily married and has two beautiful daughters. In his free time Dr. Kaplan enjoys skiing, cruising, and his family.