Dr. Grosser grew up Salt Lake City, Utah. After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Utah, he moved to Cleveland to study medicine at Case Western Reserve University Medical School. After medical school, Dr. Grosser completed first a neurology residency, then an ophthalmology residency, at Case Western Reserve University Hospitals.
While studying in Cleveland, he met his future wife, Wendy. She grew up in Golden Valley, and moved to Cleveland to work as an engineer at the NASA Lewis Research Center. After Dr. Grosser’s training was complete, they decided to move back to Minnesota to enjoy the close support of family. They currently live in Plymouth, raising 3 children.
Professionally Dr. Grosser is board certified in ophthalmology and board eligible in neurology. He specializes in cataracts, glaucoma, and neuro-ophthalmology. He is an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, and teaches ophthalmology residents at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Minneapolis.