So much of your overall health begins with good eye health. At New England Eye we provide quality, patient-centered care to you by protecting and preserving one of your most valued and precious senses - your sight.
At our two flagship locations - New England Eye Commonwealth and New England Eye Roslindale – we are at the forefront of providing this care to our patients by attracting top optometry professionals, obtaining innovative technology and integrating the support of top optometry students from our academic partner, The New England College of Optometry, a leading educational leader in the field of optometry for over 100 years.
Our team of nationally recognized optometrists give you the most comprehensive care possible in a welcoming atmosphere. We invite you to explore our services and see how New England Eye works for you.
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Dr. Barry Kran, OD, FAAO - Recipient of the 2015 Alan Crocker Health Service Award!
The Department of Developmental Services, Statewide Advisory Council established the Allen Crocker, M.D. Health Services Award to be presented annually to an individual or organization that mirrors the life of Dr. Crocker and his respect for and value of individuals with a disability.
Through his exemplarily mentorship, Dr. Kran’s has provided expertise, compassion and leadership to his patients at the Perkins School for the Blind for the past 15+ years. His commitment to teaching the interns and residents at the New England College of Optometry ensures the development of the next generation of optometrist who will be competent and compassionate clinicians providing care for patients with disabilities.
Dr. Kran will receive the award during a ceremony at the Statehouse on Tuesday, March 17th at 10am.
Recently, Dr. Nicole Ross was interviewed as part of a student documentary competition by two Emerson students, Anthony Chasse and Mike Cantalupo. Their documentary, called “Flash: The Chaz Davis Story,” documents the journey of an athlete as his vision deteriorates and he is eventually diagnosed with Leber’s disease. In the clip, Dr. Ross describes the rapid deterioration of vision experienced with Leber’s disease.
The competition is sponsored by NESN for their new reality series, “Next Producer.” The aspiring student documentarians from Emerson College were chosen as finalists and now hope to win the competition and air their show in its entirety.
The competition is still live and needs your support. Please view the clip on the link below and vote now!
Nicole Ross Participates in ARVO/NAEVER Joint advocacy day
on capital hill
In a February 6 ARVO and NAEVR conducted a joint Advocacy Day on Capital Hill. Members of ARVO’s Annual Meeting Program Committee (AMPC) were joined by a selected group of young investigators in requesting Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 funding increases for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Eye Institute (NEI). The young investigator delegation, which reflected both clinician scientists, and basic researchers, stressed the impact that the combination of cuts, flat funding, and lack of an inflationary increase at the NEI has had on their training and career paths.
Dr. Nicole Ross, assistant professor at the New England College of Optometry, was selected to represent young clinician scientists involved in optometric clinical care and research. Dr. Ross also played a critical role in advocating funding for low vision rehabilitation care and research.
As in past years, ARVO was among the first organizations to speak with Congressional staff about the need for NIH funding of at least $32 billion (B) and NEI funding of $730 million (M) to maintain the momentum of research. The visits were also timely in that the President’s FY2016 budget request had just issued to Congress on February 2, and staff were engaged in reviewing it and seeking feedback from research advocates-especially staff of members of the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (LHHS) Appropriations Subcommittees in the House and Senate, with jurisdiction over NIH funding.
See http://www.eyeresearch.org for further details about this event.
From left, Young Investigators engaged in the ARVO Advocacy Day included: Akrit Sodhi, M.D., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University/Wilmer Eye Institute); Diana Lee (Georgetown University); Jenny Myung, O.D. (Salus University College of Optometry); Cristos Ifantides, M.D. (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai); Rachel Wozniak, M.D., Ph.D. (University of Rochester/Flaum Eye Institute); Ahmara Gibbons Ross, M.D., Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center); Cindy Park-Windhol, Ph.D. (Harvard Medical School/Schepens Eye Research Institute), and Nicole Ross, O.D. (New England College of Optometry)
From left: Melea Atkins in the office of Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) with Cindy Park-Windhol, Ph.D. and Alexandra Bowers, Ph.D. (both from Harvard Medical School/Schepens Eye Research Institute), and Nicole Ross, O.D. (New England College of Optometry)