Chantal Josee Boisvert
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology

Dr. Chantal Boisvert, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Duke University Eye Center, received her medical degree from Laval University School of Medicine and completed her residency in ophthalmology at the University of Montreal Hospitals.  She then completed two fellowships, one in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus at UCSD Shiley Eye Center, and the other in neuro-ophthalmology at USC Doheny Eye Center.  

Prior to joining Duke, she was Associate Clinical Professor and Director of Medical Education in Ophthalmology at UCI Gavin Herbert Eye Institute, where she assumed the majority of the medical student teaching load in ophthalmology. She also actively participated in the training of ophthalmology and neurology residents, and collaborated with the Marshall B. Ketchum University Southern California College of Optometry to train their optometry students and residents. In September 2019, she was recruited to Duke Eye Center, where she now serves as Chief of the Neuro-Ophthalmology Service. Her clinical interests include pediatric and adult neuro-ophthalmology and the evaluation and treatment of double vision. Dr. Boisvert continue to actively participate in the training of technicians, physician assistants, medical students, residents, and fellows.

Dr. Boisvert has collaborated with neuroscientists and clinicians on different research projects. She recently supervised a group of medical students who went to Tanzania to characterize the pediatric vision needs, assess for the parents’ ability to recognize signs of vision problems in children, and survey on their opinions regarding pediatric eye care accessibility and importance. She has extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of refractive error and visual field assessment in non-human primates (NHPs), some of her work has been presented to national veterinary medicine conferences. She has also collaborated on many different clinical trials involving the nervous system.

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