Can Telemedicine Work for Low Vision Rehabilitation Patients?

By WO Nov 2016

The germ of an idea that sprouted four years ago at a summer research institute sponsored jointly by the American Optometric Association and the American Academy of Optometry is now a pilot study—and could, one day, be even more.

Eyes on Kids: Researchers Work to Identify Causative Factors in Myopia

By WO Oct 2016

After nine years on the faculty at the New England College of Optometry (NECO), Elise Harb, OD, MS, FAAO, decided to relocate back to her hometown in the Bay Area of California in 2014.

Eyes on Kids: Myopia Control Focus of Clinic’s Study

By WO Sep 2016

At the University of California Berkeley School of Optometry, there’s a specialty clinic dedicated to myopia control. 

Jacqueline Davis, OD, MPH, Will Be Honored as AOA Optometric Educator of the Year

By WO Jun 2016

Jacqueline Davis, OD, MPH, will be honored as the American Optometric Association (AOA) Optometric Educator of the Year at Optometry’s Meeting.

What's Next: Acting Deliberately

By WO May 2016

Pia Hoenig, OD, FAAO, says that ODs well into their careers have the luxury to choose their projects and volunteer efforts based on what they want to do rather than what they have to do to get ahead.

Partnership With Museum Provides On-site Study of the Ciliary Muscle

By WO Apr 2016

Melissa Bailey, OD, introduces the community to research and the ciliary muscle at the Center of Science and Industry.


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