Dr. Jennifer Gould is an assistant clinical professor at the University Eye Center and is responsible for clinical supervision of third and fourth year students in primary care. She earned both her Doctor of Optometry and Masters of Vision Science degrees from SUNY Optometry in 2013. She completed an ocular disease residency at East New York Diagnostic and Treatment Center in 2014 Dr. Gould’s areas of interest include contact lenses, glaucoma retina and anterior and posterior segment.
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Fellow, College of Optometrists in Vision Development
MS, SUNY College of Optometry, 2013
OD, SUNY College of Optometry, 2013
BS, Kettering University, 2006
East New York Diagnostic and Treatment Center, Ocular Disease, 2014
Madonna RJ, Gould J Exfoliation Syndrome. Int J Ophthalmol Eye Res. (2015); Sl :005, 23-26.
Gould J, Ciuffreda K, Arthur B, Yadav, N. Retinal defocus and eye dominance effect on eye-hand reaction time. Optom Vis Perf. 2013;1(4):127-133.
Gould J, Ciuffreda K, Yadav N, Thiagarajan P, Arthur B. Effect of retinal defocus on simple eye-hand and eye-foot reaction time in traumatic brain injury (TBI). Brain lnj. (2013); 27(13-14) 1643-8.