Małgorzata Musiorska, MD, PhD
Dr Musiorska graduated from Warsaw Medical Academy in 2000 (now: the Medical University of Warsaw). In 2008 she obtained the title of eye disease specialist.
Since the beginning of her career dr Musiorska has been involved in paediatric ophthalmology, binocular vision disorders, vision loss, strabismus, and refractive surgery. Immediately after her specialisation exam, she started working in the Ophthalmology Department at the Warsaw Hospital for Children.
Dr Musiorska is an expert in the treatment of strabismus, and she furthered her knowledge in Madrid where, under the guidance of Professor Jose Maria Rodriguez Sanchez, she gained experience in both conservative and surgical treatment.
Since 2008 dr Musiorska has been involved in doing charity work for people with the rare genetic disorder called Williams syndrome, and she holds the position of an ophthalmic medical consultant in Poland for people with this syndrome.
Dr Musiorska also started a foundation which offers ophthalmological support to people with rare genetic syndromes.
She is a co-author of the textbook entitled ‘Compendium of Elf Medicine’ under the editorship of Prof. Jolanta Wierzba, MD.
In 2021, at the Medical University of Gdansk, dr Musiorska defended her doctoral dissertation on evaluation of selected parameters of the organ of vision, with particular reference to the changes in corneal morphology in patients with Williams-Beuren Syndrome.
He has been performing laser refractive surgery since 2014.
She completed a three-year postgraduate course in aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine organized by the Polish Medical Association; the title of the final thesis: “The eye area – an interdisciplinary view”.
Dr Musiorska is a member of the World Society of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (WSPOS), the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ESCRS), and the Polish Society for Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Medicine.
At the Retina Dr Musiorska provides comprehensive treatment of vision disorders and strabismus in children and adults.
In private life – a mother of two, cat fanatic, lover of squash, Latin American literature and crime fiction.
Dr Musiorska speaks Spanish (Dele – B2) and English