Priyanka Sood, MD graduated with her BA and MD from the prestigious Honors Program in Medical Education at Northwestern University in 2007. She subsequently completed rigorous ophthalmology training at Emory University in Atlanta, which routinely places in top rankings for eye care and residency education. She then went on to further advanced training at Weill Cornell Medical College in Cornea, Cataract and Refractive surgery. After training, she was offered a position to stay on as Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Cornell where she spent 3 years working in the department and helping train medical students and residents. During her time there she also served as the Medical Director of the PROSE (Prosthetic Replacement of the Ocular Surface) program at Cornell and worked closely with the Boston Foundation for Sight.
Her primary clinical and surgical interests include Cornea and Anterior Segment disease and surgery, Refractive surgery (LASIK and PRK), Advanced Cataract surgery and Comprehensive ophthalmology including early Glaucoma, Dry Eye, Diabetes and other routine ocular health conditions.
"I am a strong believer in practicing medicine with thoughtfulness and compassion and focusing on individualized patient care. I recognize that it is team work between the patient and physician that will optimize your eye health and I strive to be approachable and caring at every step along the way. As a new member of Boston Eye Group/Boston Laser I look forward to continuing this excellence of care."
Macie Finkelstein MD graduated from Yale College and continued her studies at the University of Massachusetts where she received her MD. She then went on to New York University Medical Center where she completed her residency in ophthalmology. Dr. Macie Finkelstein had been practicing general ophthalmology for over twenty years in the office of Elliot Finkelstein MD, PC. She recently joined The Boston Eye Group in February of 2008 specializing in the Anterior Segment/Glaucoma.
Dr. Finkelstein has special interests in ocular oncology and oculoplastic surgery. Her current research includes soft tissue changes following implantation with metallic foreign bodies of varying composition and the use of protective eyewear in raquet sports.
She is also a dedicated member of the following organizations; The American Medical Association, The Massachusetts Medical Society and The American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Viktoriya Vilkomir graduated from the New England College of Optometry with clinical honors. After graduation she joined an ophthalmology group at Tufts Medical Center, where she worked side by side with some of the country’s most prominent ophthalmologists.
Dr. Vilkomir performs comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens examinations and disease management. She works with ophthalmologists co-managing post-operative patients, including cataract and LASIK patients. Dr. Vilkomir is a member of Massachusetts Society of Optometrists and American Optometric Association. She is fluent in Russian, Spanish and English.
Dr. Qu received both academic honors and clinical honors at New England College of Optometry from which she graduated in May 2015. Her optometric training included primary eye care, ocular disease management, regular and specialty contact lens (scleral, RGP, and Ortho-K) fitting, low vision rehabilitation, and pediatric eye exams. Prior to attending New England College of Optometry, she had received a PhD in retinal physiology and completed a research fellowship in glaucoma at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary/Schepens Eye Research Institute.