Class of 2021 Graduates Earn American Academy of Optometry 2021 Resident Travel Fellowship Grants 

Top (L-R): Shuyi (Suzy) Chen, Christina Cherny, Raymond Farmer, Ivana Grynyk, Emily Shtull, and Sam Lee. Bottom (L-R): Stephen Dellostritto, Anthony Boyd, Melissa Levine, Lisa Wadolowski, and Mariah Marshall.
Top (L-R): Shuyi (Suzy) Chen, Christina Cherny, Raymond Farmer, Ivana Grynyk, Emily Shtull, and Sam Lee. Bottom (L-R): Stephen Dellostritto, Anthony Boyd, Melissa Levine, Lisa Wadolowski, and Mariah Marshall.

New York, NY—The American Academy of Optometry announced the names of over 60 recipients of the 2021 Resident Travel Fellowship Grants, which provides $750 in funding for select residents nationwide to attend the Academy 2021 meeting in Boston, November 3-6, 2021.

Among this year’s fellowship grant winners are 11 residents who are 2021 graduates of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry. 

Allergan Resident Travel Fellowship

Anthony Boyd, OD
Shuyi (Suzy) Chen, OD
Christina Cherny, OD
Stephen Dellostritto, OD
Raymond Farmer, OD
Ivanna Grynyk, OD
Emily Shtull, OD
Lisa Wadolowski, OD 

Cornea, Contact Lenses and Refractive Technologies Resident Travel Fellowship
Sam Lee, OD
Melissa Levine, OD

Ocutech Low Vision Research Travel Fellowship

Mariah Marshall, OD

All grant recipients including current optometry students will be honored at the Student and Resident Awards Lunch on Thursday, November 4, from noon to 1 p.m. during Academy 2021.

October 14, 2021

Organization contact: Adrienne Stoller, communications@sunyopt.edu, 212-938-5600

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About SUNY Optometry

Founded in 1971 and located in New York City, the State University of New York College of Optometry is a leader in education, research, and patient care, offering the Doctor of Optometry degree as well as MS and PhD degrees in vision science. The College conducts a robust program of basic, translational, and clinical research and has 65 affiliated clinical training sites as well as an on-site clinic, the University Eye Center. SUNY Optometry is regionally accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools; its four-year professional degree program and residency programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education of the American Optometric Association. All classrooms, research facilities and the University Eye Center, which is one of the largest optometric outpatient facilities in the nation, are located on 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan. To learn more about SUNY Optometry, visit www.sunyopt.edu.