Dr Lisa Hamm is one of only 10 recipients throughout Aotearoa New Zealand to be awarded a prestigious New Zealand Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Rutherford Foundation in 2019.
The MiSight contact lens is the first-ever method approved to slow progression of myopia (short-sight) in children.
Registrations for the 16th Scientific and 10th Educators’ Meeting in Optometry are open!
Zaria Bradley, an optometrist and clinic supervisor within the school, has been awarded a Snowvision 2019 SUNY scholarship.
On Friday 22 November a celebration was held at our school to congratulate Part V BOptom students upon completion of their studies.
PhD candidate Jay South attended two conferences in November and presented content on aniseikonia which was well-received.
Recent Master of Science graduate Naoko Chapman’s first publication reports an analysis of how optometrists are distributed across the different District Health Boards throughout New Zealand.
This paper presents an analysis of how optometrists are distributed across the different District Health Boards throughout New Zealand.
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On 14 August, around 20 members of the Rotary Newmarket club visited SOVS for a talk by Professor Steven Dakin and his laboratory on how technology can be used to improve assessment and treatment of vision.
In August two students from the Optometry Department at Asia University spent four weeks in New Zealand as part of an exchange programme developed with Dr Samuel Chiang.