Berkeley Optometry’s very own Dr. Pam Satjawatcharaphong, known as Dr. S, was recently featured in the Optometry Times Journal. Dr. S is an Assistant Clinical Professor and the Chief Mentor of the Cornea & Contact Residency Program at UC Berkeley School of Optometry.
In the Optometry Times interview, Dr. S divulges her thoughts on residency, opens up about her love for teaching, and adds in some fun facts about her life.
She tells interviewer Vernon Trollinger “I like that contact lenses is sort of a niche that doesn’t overlap with ophthalmology. Scleral lenses have grown a lot in the last decade—we are fitting more of them. Right then and there, you can make a difference very quickly for a patient.”
Read the full article on Optometry Times here.