Dr. Fedor prides himself on maintaining an active role in the ophthalmic professional community. He regularly participates at scientific conferences across the globe, serving on professional panels, lecturing as a keynote speaker, and presenting his own research work. His devotion to the national ophthalmic community has granted him international recognition as an exceptional physician. Striving to provide the best contemporary care to his patients, Dr. Fedor is devoted to staying updated on new research within the field of ophthalmology, as well as conducting his own research work. Dr. Fedor’s past research studies have been supported by the Food and Drug Administration and the National Eye Institute. His main research interests are calculations of intraocular lens placement in cataract surgeries and the use of ultrasound biomicroscopy to study the biomechanics of the eye. Dr. Fedor has been a diplomate of both the American Board of Ophthalmology and the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Fedor was born and raised in Slovakia, Europe to a family of physicians, his mother being an ophthalmologist and his father a gynecologist. Dr. Fedor obtained his medical degree from Comenius University in Slovakia, where he earned the highest honors in his class, including winning a national mathematics competition. He began his postgraduate medical education in ophthalmology in Slovakia, and later gained his subspecialty training in corneal diseases in London, England. Dr. Fedor further gained ophthalmic experience across Europe in Berlin and Mainz, Germany; Moscow, Russia; and Stockholm, Sweden. Dr. Fedor went on to complete a formal seven-year post-graduate residency in ophthalmology and internal medicine in Detroit, Michigan at Henry Ford Health System. His subspecialty training at Henry Ford involved corneal diseases, corneal transplantations, LASIK, refractive surgeries, and other surgeries of the anterior segment of the eye. Subsequently, Dr. Fedor practiced ophthalmology in Gross Pointe, Michigan, where he resided with his family for five years.
Dr. Fedor presently lives in Traverse City, Michigan with his wife Ivana, an architect and artist. They have raised two children, Adela and Daniel. As a family, they enjoy skiing, ice hockey, swimming, tennis, and water sports.