Daniella Rutner, OD

Assistant Clinical Professor
Vision Rehabilitation

Bio

Dr. Daniella Rutner is an associate clinical professor at the University Eye Center and the Chief of Vision Rehabilitation. She earned both her Doctor of Optometry and Masters of Vision Science degrees from SUNY College of Optometry in 2002. She completed a cornea and contact lens fellowship at SUNY College of Optometry and has been at the college and University Eye Center since. She is currently involved in clinical teaching, patient care and clinical research.


Education

  • MS, Vision Science, SUNY College of Optometry , 2002
  • OD, Doctor of Optometry, SUNY College of Optometry, 2002

Residency/Other Post Graduate Training

  • Cornea and Specialty Contact Lens - SUNY, College of Optometry, 2003

Certifications

  • Diplomate American Board of Optometry - American Board of Optometry , 2013
  • Fellowship - College of Optometrist in Vision Development , 2007
  • Certification - Paragon – Corneal Refractive Therapy, 2005
  • Fellow - American Academy of Optometry, 2004
  • Certification - AO Monoplex , 2003

Awards/Honors

  • NYSOA Optometrist of the Year, 2018
  • Promising Inventor Award , 2003

Professional Experience

  • Chief Vision Rehabilitation , SUNY College of Optometry , 2016 - Present
  • Privacy Officer, SUNY College of Optometry , 2015 - Present
  • Associate Clinical Professor , SUNY College of Optometry , 2008 - Present
  • Director of Optometry , Ezra Medical Center, 2007 - Present
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, SUNY College of Optometry , 2003 - 2008

Teaching Interests

Pediatrics and Binocular Vision

Research Interests

PEDIG
Vision Rehabilitation

Clinical Interests

Binocular Vision
Vision Rehabilitation
Biofeedback
Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation

Publications

  • COVID-19 and Vision Therapy: An Academic Experience, Vision Development and Rehabilitation, 6(2): 95-98, 2020
  • Astigmatism and Early Academic Readiness in Preschool Children, Optometry and Vision Science, 92(3): 279-285, 2015
  • Adolescent Interstitial Keratitis Secondary to Intrauterine TB Exposure, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 80(6): 307, 2009
  • Medications prescribed to brain injury patients: A retrospective analysis, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 79(5): 252-258, 2008
  • The frequency of occurrence, types, and characteristics of visual field defects in acquired brain injury: A retrospective analysis, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 79(5): 259-265, 2008
  • Vision therapy for oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury: A retrospective analysis, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 79(1): 18-22, 2008
  • Spontaneous, bilateral intraocular lens dislocation in a patient with exfoliation syndrome, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 78(5): 220-224, 2007
  • Occurrence of oculomotor dysfunctions in acquired brain injury: A retrospective analysis, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 78(4): 155-161, 2007
  • Occurrence of ocular disease in traumatic brain injury in a selected sample: A retrospective analysis, Brain Injury, 20(10): 1079-1086, 2006
  • Monocular deprivation in an identical twin, Optometry - Journal of the American Optometric Association, 76(10): 579-587, 2005
  • Monocular deprivation in an identical twin., Optometry (St. Louis, Mo.), 76(10): 579-87, 2005
  • MONOCULAR DEPRIVATION IN AN IDENTICAL TWIN., Optometry and Vision Science, 79(Supplement): 216, 2002
  • Multi-Sensory Feedback Therapy for Oculomotor Dysfunction, Array, Array(Array): 741-769, 2002
  • A NEW AND OBJECTIVE VISUAL FEEDBACK OCULAR MOTOR TRAINING SYSTEM., Optometry and Vision Science, 78(SUPPLEMENT): 151, 2001

Presentations

  •  Examining and Prescribing for the Pediatric Patients in Your Primary Care Practice COPE , 2019
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