Dr. Khan received both her Honours Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Optometry degrees from the University of Waterloo in 2007, graduating on the Dean's List. Upon graduation, she was awarded the CooperVision Contact Lens Award for excellence in contact lens care, and the J.C.Thompson Memorial Prize for Optometry.
A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Dr. Labreche has earned a Bachelor of Science degree (1999), a Doctor of Optometry degree (1999) and a residency diploma in Low vision and Geriatrics (2000). She is the Head of Habilitation Services and the Director of the CSE.
Professor Susan Leat graduated in Optometry (BSc Hons, 1st Class) from the University of Manchester, UK. She obtained her PhD and undertook post-doctoral studies at Cardiff University. She was founder of the Cardiff University Low Vision Clinic and instrumental in establishing the Special Assessment Clinic in Cardiff University. In 1991 she took up a Faculty position in the School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of Waterloo, Canada where she is now a Professor, a clinician in the Pediatric and Special Needs Clinic and a Low Vision clinician. She teaches and conducts research in low vision, gerontology, pediatrics and psychophysics. She has published over 70 papers in peer reviewed journals and several books and book chapters on topics of low vision, pediatric vision and aging.
Ann Plotkin graduated from Adelphi University, NY and completed her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1983. Following this she completed a residency in Low Vision Rehabilitative Optometry at the William Feinbloom Vision Rehabilitation Center, Pennsylvania College of Optometry.
Ann completed her MSc in 1991 from University of Waterloo.
Graham Strong completed his Master of Science and Doctor of Optometry at the University of Waterloo. He has worked in the field of low vision rehabilitation since 1970. His primary research focuses on evidence-based low vision services and the development of new assistive devices for people with impaired vision.