Bradley K. Farris, MD


OU Presbyterian Health Foundation Presidential Professor
Professor of Ophthalmology
Adjunct Professor of Neurology
Adjunct Professor of Neurosurgery

405.271.1091
800.787.9013

Clinical focus
Neuro-Ophthalmology

Special interests
Visual problems related to neurologic disease.

  • MD, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Residency: Dean McGee Eye Institute, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Fellowship: Neuro-Ophthalmology, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami, Miami, Florida

Dr. Farris, a native Oklahoman, obtained his undergraduate and Medical degree from the University of Oklahoma. He completed a year of Neurology residency in Oklahoma City, as well as his Ophthalmology residency at the Dean A. McGee Eye Institute. After completing a year of Neuro-ophthalmology Fellowship at the University of Miami and Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, he returned to the University of Oklahoma and Dean A. McGee Eye Institute in 1986. He presently serves as Professor of Ophthalmology, and Adjunct Professor of Neurology & Neurosurgery at the University of Oklahoma. He has a wife and three sons.

Dr. Farris has published 25 peer-reviewed articles, published a book in Neuro-Ophthalmology, contributed a number of chapters in textbooks as well as authored numerous Audio-Digest Tapes. He has delivered well over 200 invited lectures, locally, nationally, and internationally. He has an interest in teaching ethics both locally and nationally. For the past decade, he has led a team annually from Dean McGee Eye Institute to develop a new residency-training program in China. He most recently has done the same in Africa. He is a member of many professional societies in Medicine, including those within his field of Neuro-Ophthalmology. He is the past president of the Christian Ophthalmology Society, and serves on the editorial review board of four national journals. He has been recognized both locally and nationally for his combination of clinical and surgical expertise, as well as ability and desire to teach. He was named University of Oklahoma Regents Award for Superior Teaching in 2011.

From a Grateful Patient


“Dr. Farris performed a surgery to correct my double vision and I couldn't be more pleased with the whole experience! He took the time to make sure I was completely comfortable with the first surgery I've ever had and addressed all my questions and concerns. He and his whole staff were wonderful and on top of all that, my double vision is gone! Thank you Dr. Farris!” - Charity C.


* Results may vary.
** These are testimonials by patients of Dean McGee Eye Institute. The opinions reflect our patients’ personal experience with their treatment. However, surgical results and treatment outcomes may vary from person to person. Discuss typical outcomes of your procedure with your surgeon and set realistic expectations based on your body type, lifestyle, and medical history. Optimum results are achieved when supported with good nutrition and exercise.

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