Who we are
We are highly specialized in clinical and surgical ophthalmology, orthoptics and vision rehabilitation. We exploit the experience developed in Italy, Germany and the United States during decades of activity and we put into practice the most advanced know-how by using latest generation technologies, in order to guarantee what is recognized as the ""golden standard"" by the international scientific community. Efficiency, diagnostic precision, therapeutic success and dedication are the hallmarks for which our patients choose us.
What we do
Our main goal is to push further forward the limits of what is possible in the ophthalmological practice. Active participation in research and pivotal clinical trials allows us to witness the creation, development and validation of new therapeutic strategies, drugs or medical devices aimed at preserving vision or even restoring it. This allows us to always find ourselves in pole position when it comes to translating research innovations into clinical practice, offering our patients the most advanced and effective ophthalmological practices existing today.
Professor Andrea Cusumano
Professor Andrea Cusumano is an ophthalmologist specialized in ocular surgery and ultrastructural analysis, he has been carrying out academic, clinical and research activities in Italy and abroad for almost 40 years. He takes part in projects and clinical studies of international relevance and is a researcher at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, APL Professor
Jacopo Sebastiani graduated in Orthoptics and Ophthalmological Assistance at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. During his studies, he learned to deal with the visual problems in patients suffering from retinal diseases and developed a long experience in this field. Mr. Sebastiani collaborates in the conduction of clinical studies, is co-author of several
scientific articles and is currently advancing in education studying Medicine at the UniCamillus International Medical University of Rome.
Michele D’Ambrosio graduated with honors in Orthoptics and Ophthalmological Assistance at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and is specialized in visual rehabilitation of specific learning disorders (SLD), dyspraxia and postural disorders. Endowed with a strong predisposition for study and research, Mr. D’Ambrosio continues
his training with a Master in Posturology and Proprioception at the University of Bologna and collaborates with Policlinico Tor Vergata Hospital for the realization of clinical trials.
Ilenia Pia graduated with full marks and honors in Orthoptics and Ophthalmological Assistance at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. During her academic career she soon became passionate about low vision issues, and after graduating she carried out a period of specialization at the Centro Regionale in Rome, where she acquired
high skills in low vision rehabilitation techniques, aimed at helping both adult and pediatric patients.
Fabian D’Apolito graduated with honors in Orthoptics and Ophthalmological Assistance from the University of L’Aquila. After a period of training at the Centro Hospitalar Universitário of Lisbon, where he studied the aspects related to ocular motility disorders both in adult and pediatric patients, he specialized in the
management of patients suffering from thyroid orbitopathy according to the EUGOGO guidelines. Mr. D’Apolito conducts research and is co-author of scientific articles of international relevance.
Jessica Buttarelli graduated with honors in Orthoptics and Ophthalmological Assistance at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and later specialized in the field of visual rehabilitation in visually impaired patients. Ms. Buttarelli has a keen interest in research and collaborates with the Macula & Genoma Foundation in