Oculofacial Plastics Practice of Dr. Kimberly Cockerham

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CLINICAL TRIALS ARE NOW OPEN AT STANFORD

Kimberly Cockerham, MD, FACS, recipient of the AAO Senior Achievement Award, has two decades of experience investigating wound healing and fibrosis within the context of ophthalmology, orbital disease, facial plastics and neuro-ophthalmology.

She has been the Chief of Oculoplastics and Orbital Disease at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, UCSF and Stanford University. She has published nearly 100 peer reviewed articles, papers and chapters and co-authored the book Diagnosis and Management of Orbital Disease. She is currently an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the department of ophthalmology at Stanford University and is in her sixth year of studying the plastics, orbit and neuro-ophthalmic impact of blast injuries on Vets returning to the VA Palo Alto Health System. She has also served on the Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine Blast Committee tasked with providing feedback to the DOD and VA on the chronic effects of blasts in the current conflicts.

Dr. Cockerham is Section Editor for Ophthalmology Surgery News, health advisor and writer for Men’s Health and serves as a reviewer for multi-disciplinary journals in print and online. Dr. Cockerham’s non-profit foundation “Let’s Face It Together” www.LFITfoundation.org provides medicines, surgical supplies, prosthetics, medical care and surgery for under-insured patients with congenital or acquired ocular or facial alterations.

Dr. Cockerham’s research interests include thyroid eye disease, post-traumatic fibrosis, wound healing and neuroprotection. After nine years in preclinical trials, phase 1 clinical trials have now been launched at Stanford. This novel delivery system has effectively treated two children with refractory retinoblastoma; we will now be utilizing the technology to combat intraocular cancer, inflammation, neovascularization and provide neuroprotection.

Clinical targets include -but are not limited to -disorders of the retina, choroid, vitreous and optic nerve with limited or no therapeutic options. If you or someone you know is interested in being part of these clinical trials, contact Dr. Cockerham directly at CockerhamMD@gmail.com.

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Dr. Cockerham Announces the launch of her new website dedicated to Eyebrow, Eyelid Restoration.

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Dr. Cockerham is now offering Eyebrow and Eyelash Restoration!

When it comes to making a good first impression, your eyes and eyebrows are your most important facial features; they are a crucial part of the way you communicate. Thinning eyebrows can make you feel like you’ve lost a part of what makes you young and attractive. An eyebrow restoration is the permanent, natural way to recapture your confidence.

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