On Tuesday, May 2, 2017, New England College of Optometry, NECO, welcomed a delegation of leaders from Wenzhou Medical Center to the College. The group…
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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
Technology has revolutionized the way we practice, as well as how how we train and educate students. It is our responsibility to teach students to be aware of changing standards and methods of care so they can stay apprised of emerging trends in care throughout their careers.
Tony Cavallerano, OD, Executive Director, Clinical Training and Patient Care
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