She is the Coordinator of the Neuro-ophthalmic Disease Referral Service at Pacific University. She also advises third year students in primary care clinic and works one day per week in a private practice. In addition to clinical duties, she teaches Functional Neuroanatomy and Neurobiology, Neuro-ophthalmic Emergencies, Optic Nerve Disease, Ophthalmic Imaging, and Optometric Clinical Procedures.
Dr. Goodwin has authored a number of courses for Pacific's on-line continuing education program. She has lectured nationally and internationally and authored numerous publications in the area of Neuro-ophthalmic Disease. She was involved in revising the Cornea chapter for Bartlett and Jaanus’ Clinical Ocular Pharmacology. Her research interests include neuro-ophthalmic disease and ocular disease.
Born in Blackfoot, Idaho, Dr. Goodwin enjoys outdoor activities, including hiking and skiing. She sums up her passion for teaching at Pacific: "Teaching at the College of Optometry gives me the opportunity to interact with some of the most intelligent people in our community – both doctors and students. It seems I learn something new everyday. Interacting with the students really keeps you on your toes. They expect a lot and this pushes you to become more knowledgeable and a better optometrist."
Teaching Fellow, Pacific University, 1998-99
OD, Pacific University, 1998
BS, Pacific University, 1996