Dr. Kimberley Chan is an optometrist who has clinical interests in amblyopia and strabismus as well as pediatric vision care. She earned her Bachelor of Science with honors in 2001 from the University of Toronto prior to obtaining her Doctorate in Optometry from the New England College of Optometry, where she then completed a one-year residency in Pediatric Optometry.
During her residency, Dr. Chan designed and collected data for a study investigating socially significant strabismus in a culturally diverse population. She was also a clinical investigator for a study on Contact Lenses in Pediatric (CLIP), and a study comparing field measures of refraction to gold standard eye exams in a rural population for use in the developing world. She is currently investigating factors that contribute to the social significance of strabismus.
Dr. Chan has been awarded the Ira Schwartz Behavioral Vision Award for excellence in pediatric optometry, as well as the AOF Terrance Ingraham Pediatric Optometry Residency Award.
Amblyopia and strabismus, pediatric vision care
For a full list of publications, please click here to see her CV.
The use of onabotulinum toxin A in the treatment of see-saw nystagmus. Cestari, DM, Chan K, Tajouri N, Rizzo JF 3rd. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2010 Jul 22;47 Online:e1-3.
Detection of Strabismus by Non-Health Care Professionals in an Ethicaly Diverse Set of Images. Chan KW, Deng L, Weissberg EM. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2016 Jan 1;134(1):30-6.
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