Dr. Sharon Park is an assistant clinical professor and a clinical preceptor in advanced specialty contact lens, primary care contact lens. She supervises third year students, fourth year interns and residents in the Primary Care Clinic. She also teaches in the Contact Lens labs and serves as one of the research optometrists in the Clinical Vision Research Center.
OD, Nova Southeastern University, 2013
BA, University of Michigan, 2005
SUNY College of Optometry, Cornea & Contact Lens, 2014
“Scleral contact lens fitting for pediatric immune stromal keratitis and sphenoid wing meniogoma-induced neurotrophic keratopathy” S. Park, J Gould, D. Libassi, Optometry’s Meeting, American Optometric Association, Philadelphia, PA, Jun 2014
“Two cases of non-strabismic refractive amblyopia successfully managed using bitoric gas permeable lens designs” S. Park, E. Duchnowski, D. Libassi, Global Specialty Lens Symposium, Las Vegas, NV, Jan 2014
“Prosthetic contact lenses used to alleviate symptoms of light sensitivity secondary to oral Fluoroquinolone-induced iris transillumination defects” S. Park, D. Libassi, Academy 2013, American Academy of Optometry, Seattle, WA, Oct 2013
“Fitness conscious? Add foods to your diet to reduce the risk of eye disease!” S. Park Health Profession Divisions Research Day, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Mar 2011