Audra Steiner, OD

Associate Clinical Professor
Languages: English
Specialties: Primary Eye Care

Bio

Dr. Steiner graduated from the Southern College of Optometry and completed a residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation at the SUNY College of Optometry. She is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Specialities

  • Primary Eye Care

Education

  • OD, Doctor of Optometry, Southern College of Optometry, 2000
  • BA, Latin, Emory University, 1996
  • BS, Biology, Emory University, 1996

Residency/Other Post Graduate Training

  • Fellow, College of Optometry in Vision Development (COVD) - College of Optometry in Vision Development, 2012
  • Residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation - SUNY College of Optometry, 2001
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Affiliations

  • Fellow, COVD (FCOVD) - College of Optometrists in Vision Development, 2012
  • Optometry License - Georgia Office of the Professions, 2000
  • Optometry License - New York Office of the Professions, 2000

Awards/Honors

  • Community Spirit Award, 2015
  • Chancellor's Award for Teaching, 2008

Professional Experience

  • Associate Clinical Professor, SUNY College of Optometry, 2000 - Present

Research Interests

Convergence insufficiency, strabismus, vision and learning

Clinical Interests

Vision rehabilitation, especially in the area of strabismus and amblyopia

Publications

  • Vision therapy for basic exotropia in adults: 2 case studies. Optometry., Optometry 82 (8): 467-474 467-474, 2011

Presentations

  • It's not a tumor: Triage of adult-onset strabismus in the primary care world, 2020
    Poster
  • Sequencing for success: Developmental considerations for vision therapy, 2017
    Poster
  • Adult-onset esotropia: Triage and management, 2017
    Poster
  • Visual Rehabilitation of a Patient Following Resection of a Pilocytic Astrocytoma, 2015
    Poster
  • Vision Rehabilitation: Understanding, Perceptions, and Perceived Readiness of Future Practitioners, 2015
    Poster
  • Subjective Sensory Testing as a Predictor for Successful Surgical Intervention, 2014
    Poster
  • Strabismus & Amblyopia Grand Rounds , 2014
    Lecture
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