LEE ANN REMINGTON
Professor of optometry
O.D. Pacific University, 1984
M.S. Clinical Optometry, Pacific University, 1993
Dr. Remington has taught Ocular Anatomy and Physiology and Visual Anatomy at Pacific since 1986. She has advised numerous student doctoral thesis projects, many of which involved research on automated perimetry and the visual field. Her textbook, Clinical Anatomy of the Visual System, is in its second edition. Dr. Remington is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Remington is from Butte, Montana. Her research interest is in visual fields. She volunteers regularly with the Cat Adoption Team (CAT) and enjoys scrapbooking and knitting.
What does she enjoy most about teaching at the College of Optometry?
I enjoy the feeling of family, we have a great faculty, the camaraderie is sincere; each individual personality is unique but everyone is supportive and caring. I enjoy the interaction with the students. I am fortunate to be able to do my own labs and that is where I get to know and appreciate the students as individuals.