While there, Dr. Grant was published for his involvement in organic chemistry synthesis researching nanotechnology. After graduating from UCLA, he went on to pursue his doctorate in optometry. Dr. Grant graduated with honors from the UC Berkeley School of Optometry in 2007.
Once he finished his studies at UC Berkeley, Dr. Grant completed a one-year residency in ocular disease and primary care with the Veteran Affairs (VA) Boston Healthcare System in 2008. He rotated through various ophthalmologic training clinics, including Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, where he received specialized retina, cornea, post-operative, and glaucoma training.
In addition to giving two presentations on “Anterior Uveitis” and “Macular Degeneration and Antioxidants” for the New England College of Optometry Continuing Education series, he was selected as one of five optometry residents in the nation to be a presenter in the Southeastern Educational Congress of Optometry (SECO) series “High Hurdles: The Most Challenging Resident Cases of the Year.”
Dr. Grant is licensed in Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agents in California and in Therapeutics/Glaucoma treatment in Pennsylvania. He is certified to fit Paragon CRT orthokeratology contact lenses. Dr. Grant is a member of the American Optometric Association and is an adjunct faculty at the Southern California College of Optometry and the University of Missouri - St. Louis College of Optometry. Currently, he is applying to be a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Grant is very passionate about optometry and takes great pride in providing the best possible care he can to each of his patients. He currently resides in Newport Beach with his wife and two kids, and in his spare time, he enjoys rock climbing.