My Role in the AOIP
Responsible for consenting, color vision testing, and imaging including fundus photography, OCTs, IOL Master, microperimetry, slit lamp photography, RetCam, and Adaptive Optics. Also responsible for image processing and the maintenance of equipment. Also perform handheld OCT imaging in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to monitor ROP and laser treatments.
Undergraduate: BS, Biomedical Photographic Communications, Rochester Institute of Technology
OPS Board of Certification: CRA, OCT-C
Brief Biographical Information
From the New York area originally, I graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS degree in Biomedical Photographic Communications. I worked at both the Ross Eye Institute in Buffalo, NY and the Flaum Eye Institute in Rochester, NY as a clinical photographer before I came to MCW and the world of ocular research. I have since received professional certification and won awards for my images including the image titled, Stargardt's Syndrome Autofluorescence
, which won first prize in the 2012 Ophthalmic Photographers Society (OPS) monochromatic photography exhibit.
My favorite structure in the eye
Zonules of Zinn