After many years working in Optometry, Thao has developed a passion for Dry Eye and Myopia Control. She further studied at University of Melbourne with the focus on Anterior and Dry Eye Disorders, Managing Contact Lens and Paediatric Patients. Thao is now operating an independent practice with her partner/sister in NSW, Australia. They adopt an […]
Alex Petty started his own specialty optometry practice Bay Eye Care in early 2017 in New Zealand. He is a trained therapeutic optometrist with interests in specialty contact lenses, orthokeratology, myopia control and ocular disease.
Simon Della Vedova is an Optometrist graduated from University of NSW in 2000. Since 2016 he has been using E>Eye to treat and monitor dry eyes.
Jagrut graduated with Honours and a host of undergraduate awards from the University of Auckland in 2009, that same year he began working for Visique Rose Optometrists – Home of the Rose K lens, in Hamilton, New Zealand. He has a special interest in the irregular cornea, disease and orthokeratology including Hyperopic, astigmatic and myopia […]
Professor James Wolffsohn, head of the School of Optometry and Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor at Aston University, Birmingham UK , is a world expert in contact lenses and presbyopia research. His main research areas are the development and evaluation of ophthalmic instrumentation, contact lenses, intraocular lenses and the tear film.
Dr Denise Lee is an Optometrist graduated from the University of Melbourne. She has keen interests in the field of myopia control and dry eyes. Dr Lee is member of several optometrical societies – OA, OSO, ACBO, CCLSA.
Professor Dr Jennifer Craig is a therapeutically qualified academic optometrist in the Department of Ophthalmology of the University of Auckland. Her main research interest is ocular surface disease, including dry eye and tear film dysfunction.
Dr Leslie O’Dell is the Clinical Director of Medical Optometry America. Her focus is on early diagnosis of dry eye disease and introducing treatments to restore tear film homeostasis in her patients. She is also 1 of 8 US-based TFOS ambassadors.
Nick Dash is a consultant Optometrist and a specialist in dry eye and medical contact lenses, has over 30 years’ experience in a broad range of optometric settings from NHS Hospitals, Private Hospital and Academia. Nick is an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Cardiff, School of Optometry.
Dr Claudine Courey graduated from the University of Montreal School of Optometry. She was awarded fellowships by the American Academy of Optometry and the Scleral Lens Society and is board certified to practice in both Canada and the U.S.