Vision Science | BSVS Faculty

Associate Professor
503-352-2830

Dr. Bulson is currently an associate professor at the Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon, where he serves as lead instructor for the Clinical Optometric Methods and Procedures course for first year optometry students. In this role, he also serves as clinical attending doctor in a variety of services, including primary eye care, ocular disease, vision therapy, and pediatrics. He is a graduate of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry and completed his residency in hospital based primary care optometry at the Portland Veterans Hospital in Portland, Oregon, where he continues to serve America's veterans today. He has also previously served as the Chief of Optometry at the Jonathan C Wainwright Veterans Hospital in Walla Walla, WA. His Master's thesis investigated the role of retinal defocus (blurred vision) during simulated athletic performance. He continues to pursue research investigating the role of vision in sports, as well as the visual and ocular anomalies associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in veterans returning from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition, he is a consultant for the EyePACS Tele-Retina imaging program, which screens for sight threatening conditions in indigent populations. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a member of the Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG).

Professor
503-352-2035

Price 105

Professor
503-352-2126

Dr. Karl Citek teaches optics and environmental vision and supervises student interns in the Pacific EyeTrends Forest Grove Low Vision Clinic.

Dean & Professor
503-352-2770

Jennifer Coyle is the Dean of the Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Coyle, a graduate of Pacific University, completed a residency in contact lenses at the same institution and a Master's of Science in Clinical Optometry.  She team-taught the contact lens didactic, laboratory and clinical curriculum for 14 years at Pacific University.

Associate Professor Department Chair
503-352-3171

Price 107

Professor
503-352-2193

Dr. Eakland is well known for his interest in cutting-edge technology. He was the associate dean for clinical programs at the College of Optometry from 1999-2013 and served as interim dean in 2006.

Professor
503-352-3070

Dr. Goodwin is involved in our neurology and procedures curriculum.

Associate Professor
503-352-2280

Price 106

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Professor
503-352-2972

Dr. Hayes is a member of the Vision Ergonomics Research Group and teaches evidence-based optometry, public health and research methods.

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Assistant Professor
503-352-3059

Dr. Ho is an Assistant Professor with the College of Optometry who received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2012 from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry after earning her BS degree in Biochemistry/Cell Biology from the University of California, San Diego.

Associate Professor/Associate Dean of Academic Programs
503-352-3133

Dr. Fraser Horn is Associate Dean of Academic Programs. Along with his passion for teaching, he has a passion for sports vision and ocular disease.

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Assistant Professor/Director, EyeClinic Hillsboro
503-352-2843

Dr. Kenning, a Pacific University graduate, completed a residency at the Veterans Administration St. Louis Health Care System in primary care and geriatric disease.  She later served as Director of their weekend referral clinic that was developed to increase access to care for veterans with eye health needs.

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Dr. Kim is an adjunct Assistant Professor with the College of Optometry.

 

Associate Professor/Director, Pacific EyeClinic Beaverton
503-352-1693

Dr. Littlefield serves as the Director of the Beaverton EyeClinic.

Assistant Professor/Director of Community Outreach
503-352-2173

Sarah Martin is director of community outreach and an assistant professor in the College of Optometry.

Assistant Professor
503-352-2791

Caroline Ooley, OD, FAAO is an Assistant Professor with the College of Optometry. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of California at San Diego with a B.S. in Human Biology and double minors in Health Care/Social Issues and Spanish Literature. She then went on to complete a doctorate degree in optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry.

Assistant Professor
503-352-3053

Dr. Shinoda is an Assistant Professor in the College of Optometry.

Professor Emeritus/Associate Dean of Clinical Programs, Distinguished University Professor
503-352-2013

Carole Timpone's expertise is in ocular disease, glaucoma and primary care optometry.

Professor
503-352-2792

Lorne Yudcovitch is Pacific's ocular disease clinical attending doctor. His expertise is in advanced ocular imaging, diabetes and glaucoma management, eye disease pharmacological treatment, and pediatric examinations.