Dr. Daniel Krivoy makes significant contributions on an international level to the study and treatment of glaucoma. In addition to these duties, Dr. Krivoy has served since 2005 as Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board to Ophthalmotronics Co. LLC and Medipump Inc., companies that develop technologies for treating glaucoma. Dr. Daniel Krivoy completed his medical degree at the Universidad Central de Venezuela in 1993. Dr. Krivoy completed his internship in 1996 at the St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey, before moving on to his ophthalmological residency at New York Medical College. Dr. Krivoy later spent two years serving in clinical and research fellowships that focused on the sub-specialties of glaucoma and ocular imaging at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. There, he worked under the direct supervision of renowned Ophthalmologists Dr. Robert Ritch and Dr. Jeffrey Liebmann. Dr. Daniel Krivoy writes and lectures on ophthalmology for numerous organizations. A bilingual speaker of Spanish and a native of Venezuela, Dr. Krivoy has lectured to the Venezuelan Society of Ophthalmology in Caracas. His career as a speaker dates back to 1995, when he gave a lecture on “Optical Coherence Tomography” to the Department of Ophthalmology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Daniel Krivoy also writes prolifically for various ophthalmological publications. He contributed two chapters, including one on glaucoma, to the book Retinal Angiography and Optimal Coherence Tomography. Dr. Krivoy’s byline has also been attached to publications in the Archives of Ophthalmology, and he was a member of a discussion panel for the spring 2004 edition of Ocular Surgery News.