His primary research focuses on identification and management of corneal ectatic diseases including keratoconus and postoperative ectasia after LASIK, and the avoidance, diagnosis, and management of refractive surgical complications.
Dr. Randleman received his BA degree from Columbia College at Columbia University in New York City, his M.D. degree from Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Lubbock, Texas, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society in his junior year, followed by his Ophthalmology residency at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Randleman joined the Emory faculty and served as Assistant Residency Director for two years while also completing a fellowship in Cornea/External Disease, and Refractive Surgery at Emory University. He served as Director of the Emory Corneal Fellowship program until taking over as Director of the Cornea Service in 2010, and was named the Hughes Professor of Ophthalmology in 2016.
Dr. Randleman has been awarded the Claus Dohlman Fellow Award, the inaugural Binkhorst Young Ophthalmologist Award from the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, the Kritzinger Memorial Award, Founder’s Award, and the Inaugural Recognition Award from the International Society of Refractive Surgery, and the Secretariat Award, Achievement Award, and Senior Achievement Award from the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Randleman has served as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Refractive Surgery since 2011. He has authored more than 120 peer-reviewed publications in leading ophthalmology journals in addition to 30 book chapters on refractive surgery evaluation, corneal cross-linking, and management of complications with IOLs, and has authored four textbooks, Collagen Cross-Linking and Corneal Cross-Linking 2nd Edition, which he co-edited on Farhad Hafezi, MD, PhD, Refractive Surgery: An Interactive Case-Based Approach, and Intraocular Lens Surgery: Selection, Complications, and Complex Cases.