Ksenia Stafeeva, MD
Ksenia Stafeeva is a native of Russia who came to the United States at the age of sixteen. She joined New Eyes to help treat patients for advanced corneal diseases and general ophthalmologic pathology. Dr. Stafeeva is bilingual in the Russian and English languages.
Education and Leadership Positions
Dr. Stafeeva graduated with honors from Gannon University in Erie, PA and went on to complete her Masters degree at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. She then completed her medical school education at the top of her class in 2008 at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, and she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Medical School Honor Society upon graduating.
Dr. Stafeeva continued her training as an internal medicine intern in Philadelphia, PA. She went on to complete her Ophthalmology residency at the University of Colorado. Following her ophthalmology residency, Dr. Stafeeva completed her training in advanced corneal/ocular surface disease and refractive surgery fellowship at Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA in Los Angeles, California under supervision of world-renowned faculty in corneal diseases.
During her residency and fellowship, Dr. Stafeeva was involved in multiple research projects and presented in a variety of national ophthalmology meetings. One of her interests is researching and treating patients with significant ocular surface pathology and disease, including ocular surface reconstructions.
Treatments and Procedures
Dr. Stafeeva is well-trained and experienced with advanced cataract surgery, a variety of complex corneal surgeries (corneal transplants: PK and DSEK), secondary lens implantation, intraocular lens exchange, ocular surface reconstructive surgeries (ocular lesion excisions and pterygium removal), as well as a number of refractive surgery procedures, including LASIK and PRK.
For more information about our practice, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Stafeeva, please contact New Eyes today.