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Alan R. Malouf
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Alan R. Malouf M.D.

Academic Title: Clinical Associate Professor
Primary Appointment: Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Location: 17000 Science Drive, Suite 106, Bowie, Maryland 20715
Phone: (301) 805-9200
Fax: (301) 805-9632

Personal History:


  • B.S., Zoology, University of Maryland College Park, 1981
  • M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1985
  • Internship, Medicine, Greater Baltimore Medical Center, 1986
  • Residency, Ophthalmology, Greater Baltimore, Medical Center, 1989


American Board of Ophthalmology ,1991
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1986

Fellowships and Memberships

1992-Present: F.A.C.S., Fellow, American College of Surgeons
1991-Present: Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology
1983-Present: Member, American Medical Association
1989-Present: Member, Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland
1989-Present: Member, Prince George’s County Medical Society

Offices Held

1989-Present: Executive Board, Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons
1996: President, Maryland Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons
1996-1997: Chairman Division of Ophthalmology, Doctors Community Hospital
2004-Present: Chairman Division of Ophthalmology, Bowie Health Center
2003-Present: Councilor American Academy of Ophthalmology
2005-Present: Research Regulatory and External Scientific Affairs Committee – American Academy of Ophthalmology
2005-Present: Executive Board, University of Maryland School of Medicine Alumni Association

Professional Acitivities

Assistant Clinical Professor, Howard University School of Medicine
Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Consultant to Claims Committee and Coordinator of Ophthalmology Risk Management Seminars, Medical Mutual Liability Insurance Society of Maryland


2002-present: Consumer’s Checkbook Guide - Top Doctors
2008: Surgical Mentor of the Year – University of Maryland Department of Ophthalmology

Clinical Speciality:



Malouf, A., Bilateral Iris Neovascularization as the Initial Sign of Obesity-Hypoventilation (Pickwickian) Syndrome: Hypoxia/Hypercapnia as a Stimulus for Angiogenesis. Archives of Ophthalmology. Sep 2000; 118: 1298 - 1300.

Malouf, A., Loiasis in Maryland. Archives of Ophthalmology. Jul 1992; 110: 1010.

Malouf, A., Telemedicine Screening Seen as Effective Approach for Diabetic Retinopathy. Ophthalmology Times. March 1, 2006.