Ann Morrison Wins Pediatric Residency Award
Ann Morrison (OD’14, MS’16), an Ohio State University College of Optometry doctoral student, is one of just two pediatric residents nationwide to receive the 2016 Terrance N. Ingraham Pediatric Optometry Residency Award.
Designed to promote the development of the pediatric optometry field by supporting talented residents, the Terrance N. Ingraham Pediatric Optometry Residency program invests in the next generation of leaders in pediatric optometry, those who demonstrate passion and commitment to practice, research, and education in the field of children's vision.
“The recommendation letter wrote itself,” says Don Mutti, OD, PhD, Dr. Morrison’s advisor. “Dr. Morrison is an outstanding person and clinician. She has a long history of leadership at ΕΨΕ, of academic achievement, and excellence in patient care. Students know her to be an awesome instructor. Now everyone else will too. We are so proud of her. It’s a great privilege – and will be great fun – to be working with her in the future as her PhD advisor.”
Congratulations Dr. Morrison!