Dr. Daphne McCulloch will join the faculty of Waterloo’s School of Optometry and Vision Science. She will be appointed to a continuing term as professor with tenure. Dr. McCulloch previously completed her Doctor of Optometry degree (Waterloo), Fellowship in Primary Care (Pennsylvania), and PhD degree (Indiana). She has held positions at the School of Optometry (Indiana) Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto), and the Children’s Hospital (Los Angeles). For the past 11 years, Dr. McCulloch has been a professor of visual neurophysiology at Vision Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University where she has been the Associate Dean for Research, Knowledge Transfer and Commercial Development. Dr. McCulloch’s professional serviced also includes being the past Secretary of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV).
The two main areas of Dr. McCulloch’s academic interests are:
- Normal and abnormal visual development, and
- Visual electrophysiology
During her career, Dr. McCulloch has published over 70 articles in refereed journals, 3 book chapters and approximately 160 conference presentations as well as delivered over 75 invited talks, seminars and continuing education lectures
We look forward to the arrival of Professor McCulloch in March 2013.