During the week of the Lunar New Year, a committee of OD1s, working with Marie Hill, executive assistant to President Scott, hosted the first Chinese…
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The best aspect of my work is student interaction - whether it is in clinic or in labs, the opportunity to share what I know is truly an enriching experience.
Gayathri Srinivasan, MS, OD, Assistant Professor
You understand that being a doctor-in-training means to behave as a doctor everyday - not just when you interact with patients, and not just when you wear these special white coats that you will be handed today - but each moment of your lives.
Fuensanta Vera-Diaz, PhD, Assistant Professor of Optometry
NECO has many opportunities for students to engage in research. Depending on their level of interest and experience, students can complete a master’s degree in vision science with a faculty mentor, participate in an intensive summer research program, or work for a few hours each week in a laboratory.
Jane Gwiazda, PhD, Professor of Vision Science
All I ask from students is that they contemplate the enormous responsibility that accompanies the knowledge and skills they are gaining as a result of their optometric education. From that starting point, the path to becoming an impactful doctor is clear.
Erik Weissberg, OD, Director of Clinical Education