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Pediatric Optometrist, Division of Ophthalmology

513-636-4751

"I believe every child deserves to have access to quality healthcare and be treated with dignity and respect, including treatment for their eyes and vision."

About Me

Biography

I’ve wanted to be an optometrist since early in grade school. I was initially inspired to go into this field by my uncle, who had low vision, because I wanted to help others like him. While I was in school, I realized I was happiest when I was working with children. I loved being able to provide early intervention for visual problems.

As a pediatric optometrist, I have regular clinics for children and adolescents. I also have a focus on seeing patients with visual effects from a concussion or traumatic brain injury. I believe every child deserves to have access to quality healthcare and be treated with dignity and respect, including treatment for their eyes and vision. My colleagues and I strive to provide the best care to children, so they can reach their full potential.

After meeting rigorous requirements, I became a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry in 2018. In my research, I’m interested in the visual effects from traumatic brain injury and its treatment.

I enjoy spending my free time reading, traveling and, more recently, running — especially on trails. My favorite race so far was the Stone Steps 27K. I’m also an avid animal lover and have three cats and a dog at home.

Clinical Interests

Amblyopia; binocular vision

Clinical Divisions

Ophthalmology

My Locations

My Education

BS: Providence College, Providence, RI, 2009.

OD: The New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA, 2013.

Certification: National Board of Examiners in Optometry.

My Publications

Clear and Single Binocular Vision in Near 3D Displays. McCormack, GL; Hogan, KM. Optometry and Vision Science. 2019; 96:850-859.