“Did you get your eyes checked?” an elderly gentleman asks a fellow patient in a hospital lunch room. When the other patient nods, he smiles.
A trip report from optometry student Team Leader, Morgan Jackson
Fourth-year Optometry student Sherene Vazhappilly has won the 2018 Students of Vision Scholarship from Transitions Optical and the Opticians Association of Canada.
On November 26th more than 200 students, staff and faculty at the School of Optometry & Vision Science gathered for an evening full of practical career advice mixed with inspiration, offered by two of the industry’s key influencers.
Hong Kong PolyU Vice President (Research Development), Alexander Wai holds witnessed agreement (centre) with Waterloo Dean of Science, Bob Lemieux (l
Second-year Optometry student Joanne Qiao was one of the presenters at the University of Waterloo President’s Reception on October 29.
After 20 years working in long-term and palliative care, Ann Girling was ready for a change. So in 2015, she went back to school, graduating as a Medical Office Administrator from Westervelt College.
A research team has discovered that abnormal vision in childhood can affect the development of higher-level brain areas responsible for things such as attention.
A new virtual reality (VR) training lab at the University of Waterloo’s School of Optometry & Vision Science, will help Canada’s next generation of optometrists learn how to diagnose vision problems and eye diseases more quickly and accurately.
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