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Advisors, Participants

Participants associated with Wallman Vision Laboratory

Christine Wildsoet, Professor, School of Optometry/Vision Science and The Myopia Control Clinic at University of California, Berkeley

Sally McFadden, Professor, School of Psychology, University of Newcastle, Australia

David Troilo, Vice President & Dean of Academic Affairs, SUNY College of Optometry, New York

Ian Flitcroft, Ophthalmologist and pediatric eye surgeon at Children’s University Hospital Dublin Ireland

Frank Schaeffel, Head, Section of Neurobiology of the Eye, University of Tübingen, Germany

Jonathan Winawer, Associate Professor, Cognition & Perception Doctoral Program in Psychology, New York University

Carly Lam, Professor, School of Optometry, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Laurent Madelain, Professor at URECA (Unité de Recherche en Sciences Cognitives et Affectes), Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille III, France

Mark Harwood, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology, City College of New York

Other Participants and Consultants

Thomas Aller, Optometrist, San Bruno, California. Multi-focal contact therapies to slow myopia eye growth in children.

Klaus Trier, Ophthalmologist, Trier Research Laboratories in Hellerup, Denmark. Trials in 7-Methylxanthine (7-MX) treatment for slowing progression of childhood myopia.

John Phillips, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Research includes clinical research into childhood myopia development and progression.

Frank Thorn, Professor of Vision Science at the New England College of Optometry, Boston MA and Wenzhou Medical University, China. Refractive errors in newborn infants and reading behaviors of children.

Audrey Chia Wei Lin, Ophthalmologist at Singapore National Eye Center and the KK Children’s Hospital. Low-dose atropine therapy research study in Asian children and European adolescents (w/Dr.Flitcroft, Dublin).

Matjaž Mihelčič, Optometrist and Professor at Velika Gorica University of Applied Sciences, Croatia and President of the Optical Association of Slovenia. Stress studies in education and computer usage.

Ian Morgan, Professor Visual Sciences Group at Australian National University in Canberra and visiting scholar at Sun Yat-Sen University Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center in Guangzhou.

Kathryn Rose, Head of the Discipline of Orthoptics, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Ophthalmic epidemiology in how cultural implications impact students’ study-time and sunshine.

Earl Smith, Dean at the College of Optometry, University of Houston. 

Lisa Ostrin, College of Optometry, University of Houston. Objectively measured light exposure during school and summer in children.

Eva Lothar, Physician, photographer, filmmaker. Directs eye exercise workshops in France and USA