A big shout-out to Dr. Richard Laudon for raising awareness of autism and the need to consider any visual concerns. […]
Dr. Rochelle MozlinDr. Mozlin is an Associate Professor at the State University of New York, State College of Optometry. A graduate of the New England College of Optometry, she also has a Masters degree in public health. She has published numerous articles and lectured on topics related to developmental vision, optometric education and public health. She is a Fellow of both the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) and the American Academy of Optometry.
Baseball and Brain Injuries
Today’s guest lecturer is Dr. Leonard Press. Dr. Press completed a Residency in Pediatric Optometry at the Eye Institute of […]
Brain Injury from Anesthesia?
Last week I attended SUNY’s Faculty Retreat, and one retreat treat was a presentation by Dr. Allen Shaughnessy on Evidence-Based […]
Post Concussion Discussion
This blog post is based on a presentation by Dr. Danielle Kalberer for SUNY’s Residency Major Presentations Event. Dr. Kalberer […]
Surprise! You had a Concussion
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Charles Shidlofsky. Dr. Shidlofsky is a 1988 graduate of Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, […]
Canary in a Coal Mine
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Pat Pirotte. Dr. Pirotte practices in Wichita Kansas. He graduated from the Southern California […]
We’re Having a # Party and You’re Invited
To increase awareness that March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development is supporting a […]
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
One of the biggest challenges brain injury survivors face is recovering enough to return to work or school. Brain injuries […]
March is Brain Injury Awareness month. Let’s kickoff with a discussion of prevention. This blog post is derived from an […]
What is a Visual Disability?
Social Security pays benefits to people who are unable to perform substantial gainful activity due to a condition or combination […]