Dr. Greg Black is the Director of the Broward Boulevard Eye Clinic of Nova Southeastern in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Other responsibilities include residency supervisor, emergency on-call service and awards committee chairperson. Dr. Black has the academic rank of assistant professor. Dr. Black also serves as a remote examiner for the National Board of Examiner's in Optometry
Dr. Black received his doctor of optometry degree from Indiana University in 1996 and his residency certificate from Nova Southeastern University in 1997. Prior to Dr. Black's academic appointment, he served as an adjunct faculty member at Nova Southeastern University and worked in a private optometric practice in South Miami.
Dr. Black lectures internationally on systemic disease, anterior segment and glaucoma. Dr. Black has published articles on systemic disease and glaucoma in Review of Optometry and was a contributing author for Butterworth Heinemann’s Review Questions for the NBEO Examination Part Two chapters 1-18. Dr. Black has presented multiple academic posters at national conferences. Dr. Black has collaborated on research projects for Diabetes, on the effects of HIV on the retinal nerve fiber layer and central corneal thickness in the Afro-Caribbean population.