Dr. Marjorie Neaderland is a Norwalk, CT native. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Associates of Science from the University of Maine at Orono. After graduating, Dr. Neaderland worked as a research assistant at the Yale University School of Medicine in the Departments of Comparative Medicine and later, Therapeutic Radiology. She is the coauthor of several published papers involving hypoxic cell sensitization from that research project. Dr. Neaderland received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of California, Davis, in 1984. Following graduation from UC Davis, Dr. Neaderland completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship, and a three-year residency in comparative ophthalmology at Cornell University in New York. Her residency research project and publication involved equine corneal healing. She became a board certified veterinary ophthalmologist in 1990 and opened the Animal Eye Clinic in Norwalk. In June 2013, Dr. Neaderland joined Eye Care for Animals.
Dr. Neaderland is an avid equestrian and enjoys her equine patients. The Retinographics ERG was developed with Bill Eppler at her practice, bringing electroretinography into private ophthalmology practice. She is a supporter of the Pegasus Therapeutic Riding program, which provides handicapped children with physical therapy, companionship and confidence through horseback riding. She has been the veterinary ophthalmologist for the Guiding Eyes for the Blind in Patterson, NY since 1993, examining all dogs in their breeding program annually.