Dr. Barraquer is an eminence in Ophthalmology. He has a long history, with more than 35 years of experience in the profession, and an extensive training in different fields of the specialty, specifically those that affect the anterior segment of the eye: cataracts and presbyopia. He trained in the United States with a research grant from the National Eye Institute, continuing as a Fellow at the Wilmer Eye Institute's Ocular Pathology Laboratory, and was a resident at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore and the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary. He later became a Fellow at the Bascorn Palmer Eye Institute in Miami and settled in Turin, Italy, where he practiced until his return to Barcelona. She is currently Associate Medical Director of the Barraquer Ophthalmology Center, as well as being President and Executive Director of the Barraquer Foundation, directing medical missions to offer ophthalmological care in developing countries. At present, he travels several times a year to Africa, to operate cataracts and presbyopia, among other pathologies.
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