Michelle Cabrera, M.D., is a board-certified ophthalmologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital and UW Medical Center. She serves as the associate chief of ophthalmology at Seattle Children’s Hospital and is an associate professor of Ophthalmology at UW School of Medicine.
Dr. Cabrera is a clinician, surgeon, teacher, clinical investigator and speaker at national and international conferences. She sees patients and performs surgeries for a variety of pediatric eye conditions. She believes that a child’s ocular health depends on my establishing a good relationship with both the family and the patient.
Dr. Cabrera earned her M.D. at UC San Francisco. She is founder and director of the Lanzhou Chinese ROP Training Program. She is principal investigator for a study involving retinal optical coherence tomography in premature infants. She is a peer reviewer for several international ophthalmology journals and is a member of numerous professional organizations.
Dr. Cabrera's hobbies include running, rock climbing and traveling.
Education and Training
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Teaching Appointment, 2014
Duke Eye Center/Duke Medical Center
University of California -San Francisco
Residency, 2009, Ophthalmology
Cabrini Medical Center
Internship, 2006, Internal Medicine
University of California - San Francisco
Medical Education, 2005
Ophthalmology, 2011, American Board of Ophthalmology