Bryce Brown, O.D.
Dr. Brown earned a bachelor of science in Biology from the Ohio State University. He stayed at Ohio State to earn his doctorate of Optometry. Following this, he went on to complete his residency training in refractive and ocular surgery management at the prestigious Wang Vision Institute in Nashville, Tennessee. During his residency Dr. Brown was also a study coordinator for a FDA clinical trial.
Following residency, Dr. Brown moved to Colorado in 2013 where he practiced at a large refractive and cataract surgery practice in the Denver area. In 2015, Dr. Brown became a fellow in the American Academy of Optometry, a distinction fewer than ten percent of practicing optometrists attain. In addition to practicing, Dr. Brown serves as the president of the Denver Metro Optometric Society.
- Ocular Emergencies
- Ocular Pathology
- Denver Eye Surgeons (since 2019)
- Mile High Eye Institute
- Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
- President, Denver Metro Optometric Society
- Member, Colorado Optometric Association
- Executive Leadership Council, Brent’s Place
- Impact Partner, Youth Roots
Dr. Brown has clinical experience in ophthalmology practices, as well as a hospital based setting. He completed a residency in ocular and refractive surgery at the Wang Vision Institute in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition, he completed a clinical rotation at the White River Junction VA medical center in Vermont. Dr. Brown has been the study coordinator of a FDA clinical trial concerning corneal collagen cross-linking. He has been published in medical journals and has presented at academic conferences. Dr. Brown is currently serving as the president of the Denver Metro Optometric Society. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Optometry.