Dr. Karlin specializes in orbital, lacrimal and oculofacial plastic surgery.
Studied ophthalmology at the University of Virginia
He completed the David and Randi Fett Orbital and Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA Stein Eye.
Justin Karlin, a surgeon at UCLA Health, described Palestinians as ‘innately advanced.’
Justin Karlin, a surgeon at @UCLAHealth, is a genocide apologist and calls Palestinians inbreds.
We worry how his hatred and bigotry may affect his interactions with patients who happen to be Palestinian or Arab.
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— Stop Zionist Hate (@StopZionistHate) November 22, 2023
Who is Justin Karlin?
Specializing in orbital, lacrimal and oculofacial plastic surgery, Dr. Karlin brings a wealth of expertise to his practice. His journey in medicine began with his training in ophthalmology at the University of Virginia, the foundational period that laid the foundation for his later specialization.
Taking his skills even further, Dr. Karlin undertook the prestigious David and Randi Fett Orbital and Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery Fellowship at UCLA Stein Eye and Doheny Eye Institutes. Known for its rigor and selectivity, this fellowship provided him with extensive experience in dealing with complex orbital and ophthalmic cases.
Dr. Karlin is at the forefront of pioneering research and directs his efforts to harness the power of artificial intelligence to increase the precision of diagnosing orbital diseases. This innovative approach reflects its commitment to leveraging cutting-edge technology to improve patient care. Additionally, his interests extend to medical device design, for which he was recognized by an invitation to the special UCLA Faculty Innovation Fellowship program in 2021.
Dr. Beyond his clinical and research efforts, Karlin is deeply committed to education. His teaching skills have garnered accolades, including the University of Virginia School of Medicine Assistant Teaching Award in 2018 and the UCLA Department of Ophthalmology Faculty Award in 2019. These awards underscore his commitment to imparting knowledge and educating the next generation of medical professionals.