UnEYEted, a pilot grant program jointly funded by The Ohio State University College of Optometry and Department of Ophthalmology, helps unite optometry and ophthalmology through collaborative research.
The Ohio State University College of Optometry's Dean Karla Zadnik, OD, PhD, is the winner of the 2020 Charles F. Prentice Medal Award, the highest research honor bestowed by the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Roanne Flom, OD, professor of clinical optometry and low vision chief at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, is the winner of the American Academy of Optometry’s 2020 William Feinbloom Award.
Congratulations to Ohio State Optometry Associate Dean for Research Jeff Walline (OD, MS’98, PhD’02), winner of the Max Schapero Memorial Lecture Award from the Section on Cornea, Contact Lenses & Refractive Technologies of the American Academy of Optometry.
Congratulations to Ohio State Optometry Professor Emeritus Gregory Good (OD’75, MS’79, PhD’81), winner of the Henry B. Peters Award from the Public Health and Environmental Vision Section of the American Academy of Optometry.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State University College of Optometry received the 2020 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.
Ohio State Optometry SocialEyes groups are engaging and building friendships during the pandemic by creatively incorporating technology into their activities.
Research identifies ‘sweet spot’ of added correction that doesn’t compromise vision
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Bifocal contact lenses aren’t just for aging eyes anymore. In nearsighted kids as young as 7 years old, multifocal contact lenses with a heavy dose of added reading power can dramatically slow further progression of myopia, new research has found.
The Annual Summer Conference hosted by Optometric Educators Inc. and The Ohio State University College of Optometry will be held virtually this year.
We will offer a total of 14 hours of continuing education. Of these, eight hours will be offered in a live webinar format, with four hours offered on Saturday, July 25, and four hours on Sunday, July 26. The remaining six hours will be offered as asynchronous online lectures that you can “attend” anytime between July 25 and August 9.
Our goal is simple--admit the 68 best first-year optometry students in the country. We want the future leaders, the next generation of professors, and the most successful practitioners. If you have the abilities, experiences, drive, and dedication that make you want to excel at the most comprehensive health sciences center in the country, then our program is for you. – Dean Karla Zadnik
June 8, 2020
“Justice is what love looks like in public.” – Cornel West, PhD
Words truly fail. 2020 was to be our year of vision. Now we feel like it’s the year we know we needed to see; we must not look away. We must continue to strive to rise above society’s racist demons and to emerge more just, better, and kinder.
Araba Otoo, a third-year student at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, is the recipient of the inaugural Rising Visionary Award from Prevent Blindness, the nation’s oldest volunteer eye health and safety organization.