Making people the focus of optometry

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  • Dr. Jack Richman Named NECO's 2015 Behavioral Scholar-in-Residence

    Dr. Richman will lead discussions, seminar, and symposium on behavioral optometry from March 25 - March 29, 2015

  • NECO Hosts Light InSight Lecture Series

    Speaker Series begins March 24, 2015 to honor the International Year of Light

  • Alexander Martin Creates Phrasebook For Clinicians with Spanish-Speaking Patients

    Alexander Martin, Class of 2017, combines his passion for the Spanish language and optometry.

Faculty Profile

Amy Moy, OD, Clinical Faculty; Chief Clinical Officer, New England Eye
One of my greatest goals is that my interns/future doctors would understand that they are looking at a whole person and not just their eyes. In any clinical rotation, they can learn to not just take care of someone's vision, but to also take into account their other medical and social issues with an interdisciplinary approach. They may be the only friendly face that the patient sees that day, or they may need that extra push to take care of their diabetes.

Upcoming Events

  • SECO 2015 Alumni Reception

    Omni Hotel at CNN Center
  • International Year of Light at NECO Light InSight Lecture Series

  • 2015 Behavioral Scholar-in-Residence Lecture with Dr. Jack Richman: Aging and Driving

I was especially drawn to NECO's emphasis on reinforcing classroom learning with a hands-on clinical approach starting in our first year with vision screenings and continuing in a variety of different sites around the city.
Emily Schwartz, 4 Year Program Student