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Min Ren ( M.D. )

Introduction


Min Ren

Min Ren, M.D., joined our practice in  2007.  Lured by the warm weather of Texas, Dr. Ren immediately fell in love with the Beaumont community.  He is dedicated to serve his community in the area of general Ophthalmology.

Dr. Ren  focuses  on comprehensive  eye care,  including the latest  techniques in cataract surgery as well as management  of  glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and other eye diseases.  As cataract  surgery technique  and instruments  have been modified  and  perfected in the  last  decades, he was  trained  with  the  newest technology, and is performing stitchless and optional needleless cataract surgery. With the introduction of  new surgical implants in recent years, patients undergoing cataract surgery also  have the option of choosing  traditional, multifocal  or toric implants.  Dr. Ren firmly believes in providing all the treatment options to the patient and forming a partnership with them to determine the best course of treatment for that individual patient.

Part of Dr. Ren`s practice is the pediatric population, including amblyopia treatment  and strabismus surgery.  Children with "crossed eyes" or "lazy eyes" never develop good depth perception, and may lose vision in that eye permanently.  Through medical and surgical treatment, the goal is to prevent vision loss and have a positive impact on the patient`s self image, school performance, and employment opportunities. 

Dr. Ren is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist since 2008.  He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Iowa.  After completing medical school at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine with honors, he did his residency at Tulane University in New Orleans and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.  He received numerous awards and had multiple publications during his training.  However, the one that he is most proud of is the Humanism Award he received during medical school, elected by fellow classmates.  Dr. Ren is a diplomat of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Either in the operating room or in the clinic, Dr,. Ren and his staff holds patient care to a high standard.  They work hard to make sure there is high quality patient care in a busy practice.  Dr. Ren strives to answer any question that may arise during the visit and places an emphasis on educating patients about their eye care.

Dr. Ren is happily married with a lovely daughter.  He enjoys spending time working on his yard and reading.

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EDUCATION

2005-2006                Baylor College of Medicine/Cullen Eye Institute
                                    Ophthalmology Residency
                                    Houston, TX

2004-2007                 Tulane University Health Sciences Center
                                    Ophthalmology Residency
                                    New Orleans, LA

2003-2004                 Iowa Methodist Medical Center
                                    Transitional Year
                                    Des Moines, IA

1999-2003                 University of Iowa Roy J Carver College of Medicine
                                    Medical School
                                    Iowa City, IA

1995-1999                 University of Iowa
                                    BS in Biology *Graduated with Highest Distinction and Honors
                                    Iowa City, IA

 
RESEARCH/PRESENTATIONS

 
Ren M, Wang L, Koch DD. Wavefront-Guided Photorefractive Keratectomy in Hyperopia.  Cullen Eye Institute, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
             1   Presented:  43rd Baylor Ophthalmology Alumni Association Meeting, Houston, TX, June 2006
             2   Presented:  54th Tulane Ophthalmology O`Brien Alumni Meeting, New Orleans, LA, June 2006

Ren M, Manzano RPA, Peyman GA, Khan P, Carvounis PE, Kivilcim M, Lake JC. Inhibition of Experimental Corneal Neovascularization by Bevacizumab. Tulane University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA
             3   Publication: British Journal of Ophthalmology, published December 2006
             4   Presented: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Ft Lauderdale, FL, April 2006.
             Manuscript Complete.

 
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

        American Academy of Ophthalmology
        American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
        American Medical Association