Dr. Gangadhar is a member of the Greene Vision Group at the Eye Clinic of Wichita and also serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Kansas University School of Medicine in Wichita. His research papers on retinal function and corneal surgery have been published in professional journals and Dr. Gangadhar has shared his work through many presentations to fellow surgeons. His expertise has earned him numerous awards. He was selected for “Best Doctors in America” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America, and was one of the first surgeons in the nation to perform Intralase Assisted Keratoplasty in 2009.
With a desire to serve those less fortunate, Dr. Gangadhar has performed more than 200 free eye surgeries for patients who would not have been able to afford medical care otherwise. In addition, he traveled to Tashkent, Uzbekistan and to India to perform charitable eye surgeries and to train local surgeons in techniques of corneal transplantation. Through the Kansas Eye Bank and Cornea Research Center, Dr. Gangadhar established a program to train surgeons from across the globe including Zambia, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, and India in corneal transplantation techniques. Dr. Gangadhar is married with two children and resides in the Wichita area.