Monica Ray, M.D.
Dr. Monica Ray was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Growing up in a family of physicians, including her mother and three of her grandparents, she has always been interested in pursuing medicine. Dr. Ray graduated from the University of Michigan, where she majored in Biochemistry and earned a minor in Mathematics.
She then attended Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. As president of the Sight Savers organization, Dr. Ray provided free vision screenings and eye care at student run clinics throughout the Detroit Metro area. Dr Ray completed her internship at Beaumont Hospital in Dearborn, Michigan and residency at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Throughout her residency Dr. Ray was a leader amongst her peers, holding multiple leadership positions within the Departments of Ophthalmology and Graduate Medical Education. She was chosen to be Chief resident of Ophthalmology during her final year. Throughout residency she continued to pursue research endeavors and community service. Outside of medicine, Dr. Ray enjoys cooking, baking, visiting art museums, reading, golfing and traveling with her husband and their dog, Archie.
Dr. Ray will be spending two years at TOC Eye and Face during which she will complete her two-year ASOPRS fellowship and a one-year AACS fellowship.