Dr. Georges Durr is an ophthalmologist and surgeon at the CHUM. He is also an associate clinical professor at the University of Montreal.
"My role is to provide the best possible eye care to my patients. My additional training in microinvasive glaucoma surgery and in complex anterior segment give me all the tools to enable a treatment tailored to the individual needs of each patient. My ultimate goal is to ensure that my patients are satisfied from the beginning of their care. »
After completing his bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences on the Dean's Honour List, Dr. Durr completed his medical training and residency in ophthalmology at the University of Montreal. He continued his training with a two-year subspecialisation in glaucoma and complex anterior segment surgery at the University of Toronto with a world-renowned glaucoma guru.
His research activities extend to new glaucoma technologies and reconstructions of the anterior segment. He has regular speaker numerous national and international conferences. Dr. Durr also teaches medical students and residents, and is part of the glaucoma fellowship program at the University of Montreal.