Dr. Schloff is a board-certified ophthalmologist specializing in general and surgical pediatric eye care and adult strabismus. She has a special interest in Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). She devotes most of her surgical time to pediatric and adult strabismus, including eyes that are crossed, wandering, or causing double vision.
She received her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, followed by an ophthalmology residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She chose to specialize in children’s eye diseases and moved to Toronto, ON for fellowship training at the Hospital for Sick Children before returning to her native state of MN. She is a member of the MN Academy of Ophthalmology, having served as president and treasurer. She was a member of the multidisciplinary task force for the Minnesota Department of Health, which reviewed and designed the guidelines for vision screening exams for all Minnesota children. She participates in clinical research with colleagues at several local children’s hospitals and has been a member of PEDIG, a national group of pediatric eye doctors who collaborate to solve medical and surgical problems in children. Since 2018, she has volunteered one week each summer as the camp doctor in northern Minnesota.
Dr. Schloff enjoys cooking, skiing, reading, and traveling. Her recent new adventures include rowing, gourmet cooking, and bird watching. She and her husband may often be found relaxing at their cabin near a small stream in Western Wisconsin with their 10-year-old yellow lab, Argo, and their new rescue dog, Kirby.