Alexandre Gauthier, MD
Dr. Gauthier received his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the George Washington University. He received the Curtis E. McCalip scholarship and was selected as the graduation speaker for the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
He then obtained his Doctorate in Medicine, graduating in the top quartile of his class from the George Washington University School of Medicine. Subsequently, Dr. Gauthier undertook a year of general surgery training at Stanford Hospital, before returning to George Washington University to complete his residency training in ophthalmology. He then pursued a medical and surgical retina fellowship under the mentorship of Bert M. Glaser at the National Retina Institute (NRI).
After completing his training, he practiced as the solo retinal specialist for a large multispecialty group in Palm Beach, Florida. As of 2018, Dr. Gauthier and his family returned home to the Washington D.C. area, where he provided retinal services for multispecialty practices in Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Gauthier has presented his clinical research at various conferences such as the International Society of Retinal Lasers and the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
In addition, his research on VEGF levels Diabetic Macular Edema was published in the Journal of Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science.
Dr. Gauthier’s clinical interests include age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal vascular diseases, and diseases of the choroid. Dr. Gauthier is a native of Northern Virginia, where he currently lives with his wife and children. In his free time he enjoys fishing, hiking, cooking, reading biographies and running.