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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.
Collaboration Between Developmental Optometry and Pediatric Ophthalmology
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Sandy Tran. She recently graduated from Western University College of Optometry and is currently doing […]
Every Child Needs One
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Ida Chung. Dr. Chung is currently the president of the College of Optometrists in Vision […]
Right now, my favorite vision therapy patient is an 8 year old boy, ES, who was referred by his occupational […]
Dr. Mozlin’s recent blog post highlighted the importance of a co-management approach to strabismus – cases in which surgery and […]
Visual and Vestibular Connections
Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Alicia Groce. She recently graduated from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry and is currently […]
Convergence Insufficiency Quiz
How much do you know about convergence insufficiency? Take this self-assessment quiz and find out! A convergence insufficiency is a […]
ACTION-ACTION-We Want ACTION — #CITT-ART !!!!
As mentioned in a previous post, the National Eye Institute (NEI) has funded a 5 year $8 million study called […]
We’re Having a Party!
YOU ARE INVITED TO A HASHTAG PARTY The Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial–Attention and Reading Study is a 5 year $8 […]
Begin with a Whisper
At the awards luncheon at COVD’s annual meeting, I was the recipient of the Skeffington Award. I am so honored […]