Chief, Cornea, Contact Lenses, and Refractive Surgery Center
School of Optometry
200 Minor Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-2020
Chief, Cornea and Contact Lens Service
Chief, Refractive Surgery Center
Assistant Clinical Professor
Mentor, Cornea and Contact Lens Residency
Optometry 441A-C. Specialty Clinics
Examination, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and management of patients in the Cornea and Contact Lens Service.
Introduction to Clinical Topics for the New Clinician
Emphasis on ocular conditions and diseases that are commonly encountered during patient care. The goal is to improve observational skills for new clinicians by presenting clinical information in a Grand Rounds format and to increase efficiency for comprehensive eye examinations by outlining alternative strategies for examining patients and analyzing clinical data.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Anterior Segment Ocular Disease
Pathophysiology, pharmacotherapy, and clinical management of systemic and ocular disease through a combination of lectures and problem-based learning approaches. Emphasis on anterior segment disease processes including cellular injury and repair, inflammation, infection, degeneration, and neoplasia.
The Eye and Vision in a Changing Environment
UC Berkeley undergraduate course covers introduction to the basis of common sight-reducing visual disorders with major public health implications for society – e.g., myopia, cataracts, diabetic and hypertensive eye disorders, developmental disorders, and environmentally induced disease and disorders. Major approaches to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of common disorders are addressed in terms of the biological and optical sciences underlying the treatment or prevention. Impact of eye care on society and health care delivery is reviewed.
Mentor, Cornea and Contact Lens Resident
UC Berkeley School of Optometry Admissions Committee
UC Berkeley School of Optometry Faculty Hiring Committee