Michelle Boyce, MD

Dr. Boyce is a specialist in corneal transplantation, cataract surgery, laser vision correction (LASIK and PRK), and diseases of the cornea and anterior segment.

A native of Missouri, Dr. Boyce received her bachelor’s degree in biology from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri.  She went on to receive her medical degree from St. Louis University.  Dr. Boyce completed a one-year internship in internal medicine and a three-year residency in ophthalmology at the University of Kansas Medical Center.  Dr. Boyce completed her formal medical training with a fellowship in cornea, external diseases and refractive surgery at the University of Iowa.

Dr. Boyce is board eligible by the American Board of Ophthalmology.  She is licensed to practice medicine in Nebraska and Iowa.

Curriculum Vitae

MICHELLE R. BOYCE, M.D.

4353 Dodge Street

Omaha, NE 68131

(402) 552-2020

 

Education:

College:                       Drury University, Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Chemistry 2008

Medical School:          Saint Louis University, Doctor of Medicine 2012

Internship:                   The University of Kansas Medical Center, 2012-2013

Residency:                  The University of Kansas Medical Center, 2013-2016

Fellowship:                  Corneal, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, University of Iowa, 2016-2017

Board Eligible:            American Board of Ophthalmology

 

Medical Licensure:

Iowa                #43231

Nebraska         #29823

Employment History:

July 2017 – Present

Physician, Midwest Eye Care, P.C.

Omaha, NE

 

Professional Organizations:

American Academy of Ophthalmology

American College of Physicians Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

International Society of Refractive Surgery

 

Academic Awards and Honors:

Alan Riley Resident of the Year Award, 2016

Chief Resident, 2015-2016

First Runner-up Table Rock Regional Roundup Resident Podium Competition, 2015

Advocacy Ambassador, American Academy of Ophthalmology Mid-Year Forum, 2015

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, 2011

Fannie Johnson Pitman Memorial Scholarship 2010 and 2011

Summer Research Fellowship, 2009

Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society, 2007

Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Academic Honor Society, 2007

Outstanding Student in Biology and Chemistry, 2005, 2007

Judge Warren White Scholar, 2005

 

Publications:

Boyce M, Barth B, Singh A. Recurrent Subretinal Hemorrhage Associated with Rivaroxaban Anticoagulation. Retinal Cases and Brief Reports. 2016 Winter, 10(1):86-6.

Wladis EJ, Shinder R, LeFebvre, Sokol JA, Boyce M, Clinical and microbiologic features of dacryocystitis-related orbital cellulitis. Orbit. 2016 Oct;35(5):258-61.

Kalendar-Rich J, Sokol JA, Boyce M. Eye Problems of the Aged. Reichel’s Care of the Elderly: Clinical Aspects of Aging. Book chapter. Available in print March 2016.

 

Presentations:
Poster Presentations-
Boyce M, Herrera I, Whittaker T, Sokol JA. Characteristics of Type 2 Patients Requiring Strabismus Surgery after Orbital Decompression for Ophthalmic Graves Disease. Presented at Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology; 2016 May 1-5; Seattle, WA.

Yang L, Compton C, Ochoa M, Ziaie B, Sokol JA, Boyce M. Early Experience with Medpor Nonporous Barrier Sheet in Orbital Fracture Repair. Presented at Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology; 2016 May 1-5; Seattle, WA.

Munden PM, Boyce M. A Retrospective Review of Baerveldt Implants with Tubing Insert Modification to Reduce Post-Operative Hypotony. Presented at Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology; 2016 May 1-5; Seattle, WA.

Boyce M, Compton C, Lee H, Sokol JA. Early Experience with Medpor Nonporous Barrier Sheet in Orbital Fracture Repair. Presented at University of Kansas Faculty Research Day; 2015 Oct 27; Kansas City, KS.

Herrera I, Boyce M, Whittaker T, Sokol JA. Characteristics of Type 2 Patients Requiring Strabismus Surgery after Orbital Decompression for Ophthalmic Graves Disease. Presented University of Kansas Faculty Research Day; 2015 Oct 27; Kansas City, KS.

Munden PM, Ramani BS, Dougherty R, Kieweg S, Boyce M. An Experimental Model of Pressure Modulation in Baerveldt Implants to Reduce Post-Operative Hypotony. Presented at Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology; 2015 May 3-7; Denver, CO.

Boyce M, Sutphin JE, Stahl ED. Diamond Knife Assisted Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty for the Treatment of Mucopolysaccharidosis 1H (Hurler Syndrome) in Children. Presented at American Academy of Ophthalmology; 2014 Oct 18-21; Chicago, IL. Submission for publication in progress.

Boyce M, Lickerman S, Ruhlman MK, Martin K, Ward K, Pickett S, Jung M, Nejedly N, Zeng W, Fosko SW, Jensen S, Johnson FE. Sun Protection Outreach Teaching by Students (SPOTS): Skin Cancer Education in the Adolescent Population. Presented at The Society of Surgical Oncology 63rd Annual Cancer Symposium; 2010 Mar 3-7; Saint Louis, MO.

Martin KI, Boyce M, Fosko SW, Lickerman S, Johnson FE. Sun Protection Outreach Teaching by Students (SPOTS): The Impact of Skin Cancer Education in Teens.  Presented at the 2009 International Cancer Education Conference; 2009 Oct 15-17; Houston, TX.

Oral Presentations-
Boyce M, Champion M, Sutphin J, Bishara M. Tear Osmolarity in Diabetic Patients. Presented at Kansas EyeCon; 2016 April; Prairie Village, KS

Boyce M, Munden P. A Retrospective Review of Baerveldt Implants with Tubing Insert Modification to Reduce Post-Operative Hypotony. Presented at Table Rock Regional Roundup; 2015 September; Ridgedale, MO.

Boyce M, Yang L, Berry A. Emergency Medicine Resident Ophthalmic Examination and Consultation. Presented at the Residency Annual Practice Based Learning Initiative Conference; 2015 June; Prairie Village, KS.

Boyce M, Munden P. A Retrospective Review of Baerveldt Implants with Tubing Insert Modification to Reduce Post-Operative Hypotony. Presented at Kansas EyeCon; 2015 May; Prairie Village, KS.

Boyce M, Yang L, Berry A. Ocular Surface Disease in Intubated and Sedated Patients. Presented at the Residency Annual Practice Based Learning Initiative Conference; 2014 June; Prairie Village, KS.

Boyce M, Bishara M. Scleral Lens Associated Infections in the Setting of Ocular Graft Versus Host Disease. Presented at Kansas EyeCon; 2014 May; Prairie Village, KS.

Scanlon C, Boyce M, Feman S. Endophthalmitis in Patients with Disseminated Fungal Disease. Presented at Saint Louis University Eye Institute Alumni Day; 2011 June; Saint Louis, MO.

Boyce M, Tollefsen SE. Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and Youth: Summary of Accomplishments. Presented at Saint Louis University Summer Research Fellowship; 2009 July; Saint Louis, MO.

Whelan T, Wolff B, Carnes S, Brasken K, Floreen A, Boyce M, Dempsher DP, Tollefsen, SE. Status of the Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and Youth (TODAY) Study at Saint Louis University. Presented at the 3rd Annual Pediatric Science Day Symposium; 2009 April; Saint Louis, MO.