Notable Alumnus


Kevin T. Corcoran, OD, FAAO
Class of 1983

Kevin T. Corcoran, OD, FAAO, is a 1983 graduate of the College of Optometry, having earned both a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiological Optics and his Doctor of Optometry degree from Ohio State. He then completed a residency at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland. Since 1984, he has been practicing at the Cincinnati Eye Institute, where he is the Director of Optometric Services and directs an accredited residency in ocular disease in affiliation with the OSU College of Optometry. He is a Clinical Associate Professor at the College.

Through his efforts, residents obtain a vast array of clinical experience. Dr. Corcoran is well regarded as an esteemed teacher and mentor. He has established himself as an expert in the field and has attained many scholarly achievements throughout his career. He is a frequent lecturer and invited speaker at many prominent national meetings and has amassed 120 such speaking engagements. He has published case reports and posters and has participated in dozens of clinical trials.

Dr. Corcoran has a distinguished record of service to the profession, most notably in his involvement with the Ohio Optometric Association (OOA). He has served on the Continuing Education Committee and the East/West Eye Conference Committee for nearly three decades. He has been recognized for his contribution to optometry by receiving the OOA’s Outstanding Service Award as well as being named the OOA’s Warren G. and Ruth P. Morris Optometrist of the Year in 1994.



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