Eric Lowell Singman, MD

Eric Lowell Singman, MD


Professor of Ophthalmology

Eric Lowell Singman, MD

Languages: English

Gender: Male


UM Ophthalmology Baltimore

419 West Redwood Street
Suite 420
Baltimore, MD 21201
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PH: 667-214-1111

FAX: 410-328-6503

University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute Neuro Ophthalmology

2200 Kernan Drive
Baltimore, MD 21207
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PH: 410-448-6383

FAX: 410-448-6737

University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus Friedenwald Eye Institute

800 Linden Avenue
Floor 7
Baltimore, MD 21201
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PH: 410-225-8070

FAX: 410-225-8778

UM Ophthalmology Owings Mills

20 Crossroads Drive
Suite 113
Owings Mills, MD 21117
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PH: 667-214-1111

FAX: 410-363-8047

About Me

Dr. Singman specializes in neuro-ophthalmology, a branch of medicine that deals with vision issues caused by neurological conditions. Dr. Singman’s clinical expertise includes the diagnosis of visual dysfunction after brain injury, as well as the impact of Ehlers Danlos syndromes (EDS) on vision. 

Actively involved in clinical research, his research has focused on the automation of the eye examination, using big data to explore the impact of brain injury on vision, and the visual sequelae of hypermobile EDS. 

Dr. Singman is dedicated to sharing his experience and insight with the community. He founded and directed the Wilmer Clinic for Vision Concerns after Traumatic Brain Injury at Johns Hopkins. He also co-founded the Wilmer Genetic Eye Disease Center. 

Recognized as a true leader in the field, the Department of Defense (DoD) Vision Center of Excellence has called on Dr. Singman to serve as a subject matter expert on brain injury. He has chaired grant review committees for the DoD Vision Research Program. 

Dr. Singman is also a district medical adviser for Federal Occupational Health and the US Marshall Service. In this role, he evaluates visual system disability claim reports for federal employees with work-related injuries.