Mitchell B. Strominger, MD

Dr. Strominger is available for appointments in Boston, and Framingham.


Dr. Strominger is available for consultation regarding all types of children’s eye disorders as well as ocular motility and strabismus abnormalities in both children and adults. His clinical interests include eye movement and visual pathway disorders in both children and adults including strabismus and amblyopia, double vision, wandering eyes, neurologic problems that affect vision including concussion, and cataracts in children.


Pediatric Ophthalmology, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital

Neuro-Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Medical School

Washington University

Academic Appointment

Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Tufts University School of Medicine

Board Certification

American Board of Ophthalmology

Research Interests

New treatments for lazy eye (amblyopia) and surgery for double vision and wandering eyes.

Foreign language


Professional Honors and Awards

April 2017 – Honor Award, American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

May 2012 – Achievement Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology

December 2010 – 2017 – Boston Magazine, “Boston’s Top Doctor’s – Ophthalmologist”

Personal Interests

Dedicated husband, father, skier and saber fencer.

Academic Affiliations/Memberships

Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics

Chief of Pediatric Ophthalmology, Strabismus, and Ocular Motility

Departmental Director of Medical Student Education, Tufts Medical Center

Board of Trustees, Tufts Medical Center Physicians Organization

Massachusetts Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons – Vice President

American Academy of Ophthalmology

Chair Practicing Ophthalmologists Curriculum Committee – Pediatric Ophthalmology
Chair Self-Assessment Knowledge Base Committee
North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society

Membership Retention and Recruitment Committee
AAO committee
American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Online Media Committee

Selected Publications

Olitsky SE, Strominger MB, Weaver DT. Eye to Eye: Preferred post operative alignment in divergence excess exotropia. JPOS 2012;49(1):1-7.

Dibner M, Carmody J, Strominger M, Kapadia M, Thaler D. Bilateral Subperiosteal Hemorrhage of the Orbit. Neurology 2012 May;78(21):e129

Strominger MB, Young WO. Eye to Eye: Managing a case of V Pattern Esotropia. JPOS 2012;50(2):70-72.

Maxfield SD, Strominger MB. Optic Disc Dysplasia in Poland Syndrome. Ophthalmic Genetics, Early Online, 2012; 1-2. Ophthalmic Genetics June 2014, Vol. 35, No. 2, June 2014: 117-118

Madigan WP, Reynolds JD, Strominger MB. Eye to Eye: Management of Congenital Fourth Cranial Nerve Palsy. JPOS 2014;51(2):70-72

Donahue SP, Friedman IB, Strominger MB. Eye to Eye: Surgical Management of a case of Divergence Insufficiency in a Pseudophakic Adult Patient. JPOS 2014;51(4):198-200

Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group. A randomized trial comparing part-time patching with observation for children 3-10 years old with intermittent exotropia. Ophthalmology. Dec 2014;121(12):2299-2310.

DeRespinis PA, Strominger MB, Weaver DT. Eye to Eye: Prevention of lower eyelid retraction in a case of inferior rectus muscle recession. JPOS 2016;53(1):5-6.

Torun N, Laviv Y, Kianush KJ, Mahadevan A, Bhadelia RA, Anderson M, Strominger M, Kasper EM. Schwannoma of the Trochlear Nerve – an illustrated case series and a review of management. Neurosurgical Review Neurosurgical Rev 2016; 01 September (Published online)

Dagi LR, O’Hara M, Strominger MB. Eye to Eye: Management of small vertical deviations. JPOS 2017;54(3):134-136

Contact Information

Fax: 617-636-4867

Patient Appointments:
Boston: 617-636-4600
Framingham: 508-879-3204

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