Prem Subramanian, MD
Professor, Ophthalmology

Chief, Neuro-Ophthalmology
Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, Ophthalmology
Clinic (720) 848-2020
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Gender: Male
Languages: English, German, Tamil
Department, Section/Division: Ophthalmology
Neurology

Practice Locations

UCHealth - Eye Center - Anschutz
1675 Aurora Ct
Aurora, CO 80045
720-848-2020
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Hospital Affiliation
  • University of Colorado Hospital

Specialty Information

Specialties
  • Ophthalmology, Board Certification (2002,2013)
  • Neuro-ophthalmology, Specialized Training (2003)
Conditions & Treatments
  • Brain and Nervous System
  • Brain and Nervous System - Brain Tumors
  • Brain and Nervous System - Chiari Malformation
  • Brain and Nervous System - Multiple Sclerosis
  • Brain and Nervous System - Pituitary Disorders
  • Brain and Nervous System - Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries
  • Cancers
  • Cancers - Brain Cancer
  • Cancers - Cancer Surgery
  • Cancers - Eye Cancers
  • Ear, Nose, and Throat - Skull Base Tumors
  • Endocrine System (Hormones)
  • Endocrine System (Hormones) - Thyroid Disease
  • Eyes and Vision
  • Eyes and Vision - Eye Disease
  • Eyes and Vision - Neuro-Ophthalmology
  • Eyes and Vision - Ophthalmic Oncology
  • Surgery
  • Surgery - Eye and/or Orbital Surgery
  • Surgery - Neurosurgery
Clinical Interest for Patients
I care for patients with many neuro-ophthalmic conditions including thyroid eye disease, pseudotumor cerebri, optic nerve problems, double vision, and brain tumors causing visual problems.

Personal Interests
I am an avid orchestral French horn player, and I am also an active cyclist and skier.

Public Speaking
Yes

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Clinical Interests for Referring Providers
My interests include thyroid eye disease (medical and surgical management), pseudotumor cerebri, adult strabismus/surgery, optic neuropathy, and skull base tumor surgery.

Research Interest for Referring Providers
My primary research interest involves the characterization of visual dysfunction induced by efferent (ocular motor) disorders at both the supranuclear and infranuclear levels. Our efforts are directed at identifying predictors of spontaneous recovery as well as persistent deficits in order to target those patients who would benefit most from early intervention.

Clinic Phone: (720) 848-2020
Fax Phone: (720) 848-5079

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