Rebecca Marinoff, OD

Associate Clinical Professor
Specialties: Low Vision, Vision Therapy

Bio

Rebecca Marinoff, O.D., F.A.A.O. is an Associate Clinical Professor and Low Vision Rehabilitation residency supervisor at SUNY College of Optometry. Dr. Marinoff is a graduate of SUNY Optometry and completed a residency in Low Vision Rehabilitation at Southern College of Optometry. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a Diplomate in Low Vision of the American Academy of Optometry, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry.

Specialities

  • Low Vision
  • Vision Therapy

Education

  • OD, Doctor of Optometry, SUNY College of Optometry, 2008

Residency/Other Post Graduate Training

  • Low Vision Rehabilitation - Southern College of Optometry, 2009

Affiliations

  • Teaching and Learning Certificate Program - SUNY Center for Professional Development, 2015
  • New York State Certified in Low Vision - , 2010
  • New York State Optometry License - , 2008

Awards/Honors

  • Diplomate in Low Vision, 2021
  • Diplomate, 2013
  • Fellow, 2012

Professional Experience

  • Associate Clinical Professor, SUNY College of Optometry, 2017 - Present
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, SUNY College of Optometry, 2009 - 2017

Research Interests

Topics related to Clinical Low Vision

Clinical Interests

-Low Vision
-Binocular Vision

Publications

  • Visual Acuity in the Young Child, 2020
  • Case History, 2019
  • Rehabilitation Strategies for Visual Field Deficits, 2019
  • Low Vision Management of Posterior Cortical Atrophy, 2019
  • Minus Lenses for Aniseikonia, 1 111-3 111-3, 2018
  • Low Vision Rehabilitation of an Individual with AMD, 2017
  • Lessons Learned from the Creation of a Center of Excellence in Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation in Wenzhou, China, Journal of Vision Impairment and Blindness 111 (5): 453-464 453-464, 2017
  • The Minority Report: Pediatric Low Vision Management of Cone Rod Dystrophy, 2016
  • Using Vision Therapy to Maximize Visual Efficiency for Low Vision Patients with Central Scotoma, Optometry and Visual Performance 4 (1): 43-51 43-51, 2016
  • Case Reports: The Use of Sector Fresnel Prism for Increased Peripheral Visual Field Awareness for Patients with End-Stage Retinitis Pigmentosa and Glaucoma, Optometry and Visual Performance 3 (4): 272-279 272-279, 2015
  • Low Vision Management of a Patient with Profound Visual Impairment, 2014
  • Using Vision Therapy to Maximize Visual Efficiency for Low Vision Patients with Central Scotoma, 2013
  • Creation of a Center of Excellence in Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation at Wenzhou Medical College in Wenzhou, China, 2012
  • Referral Patterns in Low Vision: A Survey of Mid-South Tri-State Eye Care Providers, Journal of Behavioral Optometry 23 (1): 9-15 9-15, 2012
  • Referral Patterns in Low Vision: A Survey of Mid-South Tri-State Eye Care Providers, 2009

Presentations

  • A summary of the SUNY residency programs within the Vision Rehabilitation Service at the University Eye Center, 2022
    Poster
  • Special considerations when performing vision therapy for field loss on children with acquired brain injury., 2019
    Poster
  • Expanding the Scope Part I: Treating Special Populations in Your Practice, 2016
    Lecture
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