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Vernon Trollinger
Justin Schweitzer OD, FAAO—Cataract, cornea, refractive, and glaucoma surgery specialist
Justin Schweitzer, OD, FAAO, discusses practicing optometry in North Dakota and conquering the 200-mile Ragnar Relay in the latest Optometry Times Q&A.
Q&A: Michele Andrews, OD—Senior director, North America, Professional and Academic Affairs, Cooper Vision
If optometry could adapt a bit more readily and not be so fearful of change, we could continue to be an amazing profession, evolve with customer demand, and serve our customers in the way they want.
Q&A: Chris Lievens, OD, MS, FAAO—Chief of Internal Clinics at The Eye Center, Southern College of Optometry
I grew up in a suburb of Washington, D.C. My dad was a federal government employee and so from the time I was born to the time I graduated high school, it was always in the D.C. area—in fact, I went to high school in Washington, D.C. After I went to optometry school, I went into the Air Force and was stationed in Washington, D.C., so we moved back there.
Q&A: Craig Thomas, OD: Optometrist Dallas, TX
I was born in Houston, moved to Dallas for two years at age 8, moved to Los Angeles for five years, then came back to Dallas. I went to Houston for college and moved back to Dallas 33 years ago when I graduated.
Q&A: Darryl Glover, OD: Cofounder of Defocus Media
grew up in the Triangle area, Raleigh-Durham, NC. I spent time in Orlando, came back to North Carolina for college and for optometry school I went to Pennsylvania School of Optometry in Philadelphia.
Q&A: Rohit Sharma, OD: President, Southern Eye Specialists, Atlanta, GA
Optometry missions, salsa dancing, customer service, and partying in Thailand
Q&A: Katherine Schuetz, OD Optometrist at Little Eyes, Carmel, IN
I have been really fortunate to enjoy every aspect of optometry, truly.