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					                                   CURRICULUM VITAE
                                             of
                       Hannu R.V. Laukkanen, O.D. M.Ed. F.A.A.O.
                                      3245 Lavina Drive
                                   Forest Grove, OR 97116
                        (503) 357-5984 (home) (503) 352-2751 (work)
                                   laukkanh@pacificu.edu

                                         EDUCATION

Doctor of Optometry, 1984, Pacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove, OR.

Master of Education, Visual Function in Learning, 1994, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR.

Teaching Fellowship, 1984-1986, Pacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove, OR.

Bachelor of Science, 1983, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR. Major: Visual Science.

Post-graduate studies, 1978, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

Bachelor of Science, 1974, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Major: General Science.


                                     PRECEPTORSHIPS

American Lake Veterans Hospital, Tacoma, WA, March-May 1984: Emphasis on primary care
      examination, diagnosis and treatment of hospital patients. Work included low vision
      workups, neurology and ophthalmology consultations and treatment of various ocular
      conditions.

State University of New York, College of Optometry, New York City, N.Y., June-August 1983:
       Complete examination, analysis and treatment of general optometric cases with emphasis
       on visual training and diagnosis and treatment of cases with emphasis on visual training
       and diagnosis and treatment of patients with learning disabilities, strabismus and general
       binocular dysfunctions. Special internship included lectures by noted authorities as well
       as didactic experience.

                                          LICENSES

Licensed to practice optometry in Oregon, Washington (active), and Alaska (inactive) including
      pharmaceuticals and Advanced Ocular Therapeutics and injection privileges. Have passed
      all portions of National Boards of Examiners in Optometry. CPR Certified, level C.
                                       COURSES AND TEACHING

Present position: Clinical Professor of Optometry at Pacific University College of Optometry
       since 05/00. Current (AY2008-2009) duties include clinical teaching of fourth-year
       students in vision therapy, third-year students in primary care at the Forest Grove Family
       Vision Center. Other duties include research in the Pacific University Vision Ergonomics
       Laboratory, thesis advising, committee assignments and classroom teaching
       responsibilities: Course master & co-course instructor: Evaluation and Management of
       Patients with Perceptual Problems (OPT 727). Course master & instructor:
       Neurorehabilitative Optometry (OPT 743), Seminar in Multidisciplinary Service, (Opt
       765); Seminar in New Ophthalmic Instrumentation and Materials (Opt 901), Vision
       Therapy Patient Care (OPT 818); co-course instructor for Vision Ergonomics Research
       Seminar (OPT 790).

Past co-course instructor for: Normal & Abnormal Vision Perception (OPT 726), 1996-2006;
       Strabismus & Amblyopia (OPT 725), 1986-97; Prescribing Lens Corrections for Problem
       Patients (OPT 935), 1994-96; Behavioral Optometric Science (OPT 562), 1995-96, and
       Seminar in Visual-Motor Function (OPT 917), 1994-95. Past Attending Doctor for
       Primary Patient Care (OPT 817), and Pediatric Patient Care (OPT822) in both Forest
       Grove and Portland Family Vision Centers, 1987-1998.

May 1987 - November 1994, September 1998 - present: Chief, Vision Therapy Services, course
      instructor for Vision Therapy Patient Care (OPT 818), Pacific University College of
      Optometry, Forest Grove, OR. Administrative responsibility for overseeing vision
      therapy clinical care, grading, staff scheduling, ordering and maintenance of vision
      therapy service, equipment, and supplies.

July 1984 - May 1986: Teaching Fellow, Pacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove,
       OR. Responsible for laboratory instruction in soft and hard contact lenses, optometric
       procedures and ocular disease. Related responsibilities included lecturing, advising
       students in vision therapy clinic and miscellaneous faculty duties.

January - June 1978: Vision research assistant, Department of Neurosciences Laboratory,
      University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Worked with Barbara Gordon-Lickey, Ph.D. on single
      unit recording mapping of superior colliculus in cats.

November 1974 - October 1976: Clinical chemist/laboratory technician, Department of
     Endocrinology, University of Helsinki Medical School, Helsinki, Finland. Research and
     clinical assessment of human hormones.

April - June 1972: Tutor, Illahe School, Eugene, OR. Classroom teaching one day per week,
        grades one through four.

                                        RESEARCH ADVISING

“Creation of new stereoscopic training cards”. Krystle Penaflor, Annie Curttright, MEd-VFL
       thesis; to be completed April 2010




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“Wold Copy Test performance with school-aged children: continuation of Shiraishi_Quach.”
      Suzanne Tsang MEd-VFL thesis; to be completed April 2010

“Wold Copy Test performance with school-aged children using three different administration
      protocols.” Jennifer Shiraishi, Wayne Quach; to be completed December 2008

“Normative response time values for TVPS-R visual analysis subtests.” Justin Rowe, Jared
     Christiansen; completed May 2007

“Testing the efficacy of a common visual perception test as a new method to diagnose unilateral
       spatial inattention with brain injury patients.” Sara Olson, Keirsten Eagles, Joel Tuttle,
       and Curtis Baxstrom, OD, FCOVD; FAAO, completed January 2007

“Conventional vision therapy vs. Taylor Reading Plus: comparing gains in eye movement skills
      as a predictor of academic achievement in an at-risk population of youth.” Francisco
      Chacon, Jeanine Morasch, co-advised with Willard Bleything completed January 2007

“Do the benefits of Reading Plus therapy last?” Edwin Dumao, completed January 2007

“Visual perception in twins-a pilot study.” Richard Baird, co-advised with Scott Cooper,
      completed May 2006

“Creating VT home therapy video CD’s.” Corrina Gray, Meghan Crews, completed December
      2006

“Thomas Edison High School E.Y.E. intervention study.” Steven Sargent, Matt Earhart; M.Ed.
     Thesis co-advised with J. Rabin & A. McClain, completed April 2006

“Visual profiles of teenagers enrolled in a high school for the learning challenged.” Matt Earhart;
      to be completed December 2006

“Introduction of a new screening method to uncover unilateral spatial inattention with head
       injury patients.” Emily McCart, Gaggan Basra, completed December 2005

“Development of non-linguistic provocative test for asthenopia.” Jana Mounts; MEd VFL thesis
      co-advised with A. McClain, EdD, & B. Yolton, OD, PhD, in-progress

“Evaluation of home-based PAVE and Guided Reading therapy influences on reading
      performance in a adult population.” Stacy Bragg, Todd Hartman, Teresa Pham; completed
      December 2004

“Vision examination of the special needs individual: an on-line CE course.” Jennifer Caywood,
      Jeremy Nett; completed December 2004

“Neuro-Optometric Vestibular Disorder: a CE course.” Nora Chan & Hong Nguyen; completed
      December 2004




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“Eye movement training with P.A.V.E. & Guided Reading computer programs.” Kim Tran, Yu
      Cui; completed December 2003

“Video VT training activities CD-ROM/Website/Web CT module.” Jace Picken, Jana Mounts,
      Greg Smith, John Hardy; completed December 2003

“Video CD-ROM of interesting pediatric cases.” Brian Koenig, Bob Stanga; co-advised with JP
     Lowery, OD MEd; completed December 2003

“Monocular and Binocular Reading Eye Movements Versus Near Eye Preference.” Beverly
     Middendorp, co-advised with W. Thomas Griffith; completed December 2001.

“Handedness & Eye Preference Correlates with Academic Ability,” James Kundart, M.Ed.
      Thesis co-advised with W. Griffith & A. McClain, completed January 1999.

“Basic Vision Training Manual,” Jane Kimura & Cory Rath, ompleted December 1998.

“Association Between Eye Movements, Handedness, & Eye Dominance,” Diem Nguyen,
      completed December 1998.

“Optometric Tricks of the Trade - Working With ADHD Schoolchildren,” Dean Bryan, Stacey
      Spaulding, & Lisa Weiss, completed December 1999.

“Assessment of the Fundamental Reading Process: Comparing Eye Movements between the
      Visagraph and the Wold-Pacific Copy Test,” Tonya Mahaphon; MEd thesis co-advised
      with A. McClain, EdD, & B. Yolton, OD, PhD, completed February 1999.

“Analysis of Reading Eye Movements,” James Hale; MEd thesis co-advised with A. McClain,
      EdD, & B. Yolton, OD, PhD, completed May 1998.

“Gathering Baseline Data for Tests of Children’s Eye Movement and Copying Skills,” James
      Hale, Derrick Choe, completed February 1998.

“Survey of Visual-Perceptual Test Utilization & Revision of the PUCO Perceptual Test Manual,”
      Karl Bakken, Melissa Severns, completed May 1998.

“Objective Eye Movement Performance of Children with ADD, while Medicated and Non-
      Medicated,” Dana Ziskrout, Colleen Ichyama, completed February 1997.

“Continuation of a Comparison of Monocular and Binocular Refractive Results in
      Prepresbyopes,” Jody R. Bickford, Kimberly A. Tobolt, Co-advised with R. Septon, OD
      MS, completed February 1997.

“Higher Processing Skills Through Multisensory Perceptual Stress Awareness For Improved
      Concentration in Reading and Learning,” Fay Tanaka, OD, MEd thesis co-advised with A.
      McClain, EdD, completed January 1997.

“Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder: A review for the optometrist,” Steven J. Lusch,
       completed May 1996.


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“The Latitude Longitude Model of Eye Movements and Clinical Applications,” Mary Ann
      Button, Co-advised with K. Eaklund, OD, completed May 1996.

“Use of Standardized Tests and Irlen Screening Procedures to Evaluate Reading Skills,” E.
      Egeland, Co-advised with R. Yolton, OD PhD completed February 1996.

“The Effect of Illumination on the Response of Maximum Mydriasis Produced by Phenylephrine
      and Tropicamide,” R. White, R. Rushforth, K. Solum, completed February 1996.

“A Comparison of Monocular and Binocular Refractive Results in Prepresbyopes,” B. Offerdahl,
     K. Tinge, Co-advised with R. Septon, OD MS, completed February 1996.

“Test-Retest: The Reliability of the Ober2,” M. Baird, G. Koenig, N. Price, completed February
       1996.

“Assessing the Differences in Eye Movements Between Medicated ADD and Normal Children,”
      C. VanRoekel, K. Lee, completed February 1995.

“Evaluating normal children and those with learning problems using the ADT, DDT, PPVT,
      TAAS, and the IDPS,” Johnson, J. Woodmansee, J. co-advised with R. Yolton,
      completed February 1995.

“Norming the Wold-Pacific Sentence Copying Test,” K. Eliason, completed February 1995.

“The Latitude/Longitude Model of Eye Movements, and Clinical Applications,” M. Button, co-
      advised by K. Eakland, OD, completed February 1995.

“Dyslexia: A Case Study,” R. Mans, J. Kittock, co-advised with R. Yolton, OD PhD, completed
      May 1994.

“An Investigation into the Feasibility of Developing the Tyco View-Master Stereoscope as a
      Visual Screening Device,” R. Munk, T. Buckingham; co-advised with P. Kohl, OD,
      completed May 1994.

“Norming the Wold Sentence Copying Test for Copying Speed and Eye Movements,” K.
     Kenison, C. Oland, completed May 1993.

“Construction and Testing of a New Pleoptic Visual Training Instrument,” C. Bratvold,
      completed March 1993.

“Stereolocalization: Difference Between Perceived Distances in Crossed and Uncrossed
       Disparities,” N. Gorham, B. Frederickson, co-advised with P. Kohl, OD, completed
       February 1993.

“The Prevalence of Visual Anomalies Among Incarcerated Felons at the Oregon State
      Correctional Facility,” Colleen D. Gill, Michelle M. Monkman, Jodi L. Traub., co-advised
      with R. Rosenow, PharmD OD, completed May 1992.



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“Visual Performance and Limitations of Underwater Dive Masks,” Daniel R. Perala, Scott W.
      Tobias, completed May 1992.

“A Comparison of the Visual-Verbal Response Times (Automaticity) Between First and Fourth
     Grade Students Using Letters, Numbers and Modified Landolt C. Stimuli,” Dale Bricker,
     Derek Gaume, Gwendolyn Gilbert, completed May 1992.

“Comparison of Distance Rock Performance in School Children Using Snellen Letters Targets
     Versus Modified Landolt C’s.” P.M. Ngo, Cuong N. Huynh, completed May 1992.

“Accommodative Facility: Assessment of Variables Limiting Performance and the Validity of
     Testing Children Using a Unique Target.” Jeff Mackner, Steve Onorato, completed May
     1991.

“How Do You Treat Esotropia?” Holly Ann Parker, completed May 1991.

“The Effect of Visual Training in Reading Efficiency, A Literature Review” Ron McDaniel,
      John Kludt, completed May 1991.

“Expanding Vergence Ranges with Combination Visual Therapy and Trampoline Use.” Graham
      Erickson, Theresa Mehary, Steve Schiffelbein, Sharon Trainer, completed May 1990.

“Vision and Psychology, A Proposed Clinical Collaboration.” Erika Bittner. Co-advised with J.
      Lane, PhD and D. McKitrick, PhD, completed July 1990.

“Learning Styles and Visual Profiles: Is There an Optometric Relationship?” Alan K.
      Thompson, OD, co-advised with A. McClain, EdD and J. Bartee, PhD, completed April
      1989.

“A Pleoptics Device Utilizing a Haidinger Brush.” Murray R. Anderson, completed May 1989.

“The Effects of Oculomotor Training on Reading Efficiency.” Bradley Rounds, Randy Norris,
      Cory Manley, completed May 1989.

“Manual and Slide Presentation of the PUCO Vision Therapy Diagnostic Test Battery.” Daniel
     Kosterman, Terry Rudensey, Marcus Morben, Sam Soesbe, completed May 1989.

“A Comparison of Saccadic Eye Movements by Keyboard Musicians when Reading Music
     Versus Text.” Steven M. Larson, David N. Robinson, co-advised with R. Septon, OD MS,
     completed May 1989.

“Clinical Norms for Evaluation of Accommodative Facility, Vergence Facility and
       Accommodative/ Vergence Facility.” Bret Argenbright, Clifford Beaudoin, completed
       May 1988.

“An Overview of Dyslexia,” Timothy Westgate, completed May 1988.

“Cosmetic Alignment Through the Use of Biofeedback Instrumentation for a Monocular
     Exotropic Aphake with Low Vision.” Ronald Meier, completed April 1987.


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“The Vision Trainer - A Visual Training Program for the Commodore 128.” Val Camp, Gary
      Deitz, Dennis Larsen, completed May 1987.

                                       AWARDS & GRANTS

Kikuchi Research Grant, 2005. Designing a Vision Intervention Program in a Learning Disabled
Population of Youth; with W. Bleything.

Peer Review Board, Journal of Behavioral Optometry. 2004

“Using Color and Vision Exercises to Enhance Visual Performance,” pre-selected by American
Academy of Optometry as being one the profession's top five “most significant research studies by
some of the most innovative vision scientists” presented at the 2004 AAO Meeting in Tampa, FL

Dr. Jacob Liberman E.Y.E. Study Development Grant 2003; with Jeff Rabin.

Tommy Thompson Educational Endowment Development Grant 2003. Thomas Edison High
School E.Y.E. Intervention Study; with Anita McClain.

2000 Rosenthal Award, (highest award) Joint Conference on Theoretical and Clinical Optometry,
co-sponsored by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation and Pacific University.

Kikuchi Research Grant, 2000. An Interactive, Self-Guided Program to Increase Detection of
Neurologically Based Oculomotor Dysfunctions; with R. London and A. LeRoy.

Kikuchi Research Grant, 2000. Comparison of Eye Movement Analyses Made Using Direct
Observations and Compressed Video; with R. Yolton, S. Cooper, and A. LeRoy.

NorthWest Health Foundation funding grant for funding Opt 727 Laboratory Equipment, 1999.
Principally authored by L. Casser.

                                       CONSULTING

2008, brain injury expert witness and consultant to Moschetto and Koplin, Inc., P.S. Seattle, WA

2007, consultant to Judy Snyder, Attorney at Law, Portland, OR for brain injury case

2006 – present: Oregon State Accident Insurance Fund, Salem, OR. Visual disability medical
      records review consultant

1997 - present: Taylor Associates, Inc., Huntington Station, NY. Visagraph Advisory Board.

1988 - 1991: Watermark SCUBA Inc., Langley, BC, Design of new type of underwater diving
       mask.

Spring 1987: Quality Consulting, Lake Oswego, OR. Authored script and participated in
       national award winning video production: visual factors related to radiographic reading.
       Video was nationally distributed to engineering firms.


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                         VOLUNTEER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

April 2007: Clinical advisor to Amigos volunteer eye care mission to Honduras. Provided eye
       care to local indigent population in Roatan, Honduras.

August 2005 – present: Faculty mentor to new P.U.C.O. faculty.

August 2004 – present: Masked examiner and research consultant for ongoing Oregon Youth
      Challenge research studies. Bend, OR.

October 2004 - present (also 1990 – 1993): Board of directors, Northwest Congress of
      Optometry. Help plan, coordinate & oversee annual OEP regional congress.

July 2002: Volunteer vision examination for Special Olympics. Eugene, OR.

May 1996: Clinical advisor to Amigos volunteer eye care mission to San Jose del Cabos.
      Provided eye care to local indigent population in Baja Mexico;

August 1991 - July 1993: Coordinator and moderator, Joint Conference on Theoretical &
      Clinical Optometry. National OEP-sponsored 5-day meeting held annually at Pacific
      University. Responsible for program schedule, speakers, facilities and other details.

June - July 1982: Volunteer clinical eye specialist, Gracias, Honduras. Worked through the
       Amigos de las Americas program in rural medical clinic. Aided by two assistants,
       performed eye examinations on indigenous population, mostly poor farming families.
       Prescribed and fitted glasses donated by Americans. Treated wide variety of disease
       conditions.

October 1985: Optometric advisor to Mulegé Free Clinic, Baja, Mexico. Supervised &
      administered voluntary optometric vision care to local population of a small Mexican
      town. Organized and carried out a visual screening of the local school age population.

                                       PRESENTATIONS

“Foveal Color Fringing and Text Blur Induce Pupil Responses”, Poster with co-authors: Shun-
      Nan Yang, Ph.D., Yu-Chi Tai, PhD, John Hayes, PhD, accepted for presentation at
      American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA; Oct. 24, 2008, Poster
      #50.

“DEM test scores for a Japanese-speaking sample and comparison to published English and
     Spanish-speaking normative values - a pilot study”. Paper presentation with co-authors:
     Tomohito Okumura MSOptom, MEd, FAAO, Eiji Wakamiya MD, PhD, and Hiroshi
     Tamai MD, PhD. College of Optometrists in Vision Development Annual Meeting, Palm
     Springs, CA; October 16, 2008

“Visual stress and its effect on visual performance with asthenopic subjects.” and “Chromatic
      aberration”. Research results presentation at the Microsoft Research Conference, Pacific
      University March 19-20, 2008


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“Pediatric vision,” 44-hour lecture course at Aalen University of Applied Sciences, Aalen,
       Germany; March 10-15, 2008

“Therapy for neglect-unilateral spatial inattention.” Invited in-service for Good Samaritan
      Hospital Rehabilitation Service Staff. Portland, OR; August 21, 2007

“Comparison of three tests on brain injury patients with O.T. diagnosis of neglect / unilateral
     spatial inattention.” Paper presentation with co-author: Keirsten Eagles; American
     Academy of Optometry, Tampa, FL; October 2007.

“Do eye movement skills correlate with performance on a near number copying task and a far-to-
      near number copying task?” Paper presentation with co-authors: Tomohito Okumura
      MSOptom, MEd, FAAO, Eiji Wakamiya MD, PhD, and Hiroshi Tamai MD, PhD.
      College of Optometrists in Vision Development Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg, CA;
      October 19, 2007

“Differentiating neglect from visual field cuts.” Invited in-service for Good Samaritan Hospital
       Rehabilitation Service Staff. Portland, OR; June 26, 2007

“Fisherman and/or Eyeballs”. Public reading of select personal publications for Eighth Annual
       Pacific Authors Celebration and National Library Week. Pacific University Library Forest
       Grove OR, April 18, 2007

“With previously identified visually symptomatic individuals, are Internal Symptoms Affected by
      Accommodation and Vergence Stress?” and “Is Accommodation Associated with
      Aversion to ClearType?”. Research proposal presentations at the Microsoft Research
      Conference, Pacific University April 5-6, 2007

“Correlation between DEM, VISAGRAPH, and oral reading analysis test scores in Japanese
      children”. Presentation with co-authors: Tomohito Okumura MSOptom, MEd, FAAO,
      Eiji Wakamiya MD, PhD, and Hiroshi Tamai MD, PhD. College of Optometrists in
      Vision Development annual meeting, Phoenix, AZ; October 26, 2006

“What behaviors predict visually-related learning difficulties?” EDUC544 Reading and
      Language Arts in Elementary and Middle School Education, Pacific University, Forest
      Grove, OR; October 18, 2006

“What does the classroom teacher need to know about pediatric vision?” EDUC508 Reading
      and Language Arts in Early Childhood Education, Pacific University; October 30, 2006

“Pediatric vision,” 44-hour lecture course at Aalen University of Applied Sciences, Aalen,
      Germany; October 4-13, 2006

“Signs and Symptoms of visual distress in the classroom,” Invited in-service for Banks Christian
      Academy teaching staff, Buxton, OR; May 17, 2006

“Efficacy of computerized, home-based PA/VE and guided reading therapy program on reading
       eye movement performance of non-reading disabled adults.” Poster presentation with co-


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       authors: Stacy Bragg, Teresa Pham, and Todd Hartman; American Academy of
       Optometry, San Diego, December 9, 2005, Poster #14.

“Visual perception in twins: a pilot study.” Poster presentation with co-authors: Scott Cooper,
      OD, MEd, FAAO, and Richard Baird; American Academy of Optometry, San Diego,
      December 9, 2005, Poster #30.

“Visual intervention following brain injury,” Invited in-service for Providence Hospital
      Occupational Therapy staff, Portland, OR; July13, 2005

“Management of visually-related learning difficulties,” “Pediatric vision,” “Assessment &
     Management of Traumatic Brain Injury.” 48-hour lecture course at Aalen University of
     Applied Sciences, Aalen, Germany; March 14-19, 2005

“Evaluation of a Computerized, Home-based PA/VE and Guided Reading Therapy Program and
      Its Influences on Reading Performance in an Adult Population,” Lecture presentation to
      NorthWest Congress of Optometry, Forest Grove, OR; February 19, 2004

“Life of an optometry professor,” Invited lecture for Forest Grove Kiwanis Club Lunch Lecture
       Series, Forest Grove, OR; February 1, 2005

“What behaviors predict visually-related learning difficulties?” EDUC508/544 Teaching Literacy
      in ECE/MS Schools, Oak Hills Elementary, Beaverton OR; December 1, 2004

“Using color and vision exercises to enhance visual-performance.” Scientific presentation
      lecture, American Academy of Optometry, Tampa, FL; December 9, 2004

“E.Y.E. Research,” One-hour presentation to general public, Pacific University faculty, and
      students for “Founders Day” Lecture Series; September 16, 2004

“Management of visually-related learning difficulties,” “Pediatric vision,” “Assessment &
     Management of Traumatic Brain Injury.” 55-hour lecture course at Aalen University of
     Applied Sciences, Aalen, Germany; March 8-19, 2004

“Pediatric vision,” “Presbyopia,” “Visual consequences of Head Injury.” 30-hour lecture course
       at Oulu Polytechnic School of Health and Social Care, Oulu, Finland; Feb. 23-March 4,
       2004

“Does visual performance and reading efficiency change in response to E.Y.E. system training.”
      7th National Learning Difficulties Research Symposium, Niilo Mäki Institute: Jyväskylä,
      Finland. February 6-7, 2004

“Vision Reading and Learning Disabilities.” 8-hour invited keynote CE presentation to Japan
      Optometric Assoc. & Kikuchi College of Optometry; Nagoya, Japan; June 19-20, 2002

“Visagraphic comparison of eye movements during silent versus oral reading of Japanese text.”
      Poster presentation with co-author: Tomohito Okumura; American Academy of
      Optometry, San Diego, December 14, 2002, Poster #37.



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“Use of the Taylor Visagraph2 to evaluate eye movements during reading of Japanese text.”
      Poster presentation with co-author: Tomohito Okumura; American Academy of
      Optometry, Philadelphia, December 9, 2001, Poster #29.

“Post-Traumatic Myopia.” Poster presentation with co-authors: London, Wick, Eldred; American
       Academy of Optometry, Orlando, December 9, 2000, Poster #104

“Academy Redux: What I learned.” Pacific Optometry 116: Faculty Crosstalk, Pacific
      University, January 1994-2000.

“Handedness and Eye Preference Correlates with Academic Ability.” Poster presentation with
      co-authors: Kundart & Griffith; American Academy of Optometry, Seattle. December 12,
      1999, poster # 123.

“Association of Eye Movement Patterns with Handedness and Eye Dominance.” Poster
      presentation with co-authors: Nguyen & Griffith; American Academy of Optometry
      Meeting, Seattle. December 12, 1999 poster # 1.

“The Magic and Mystery of Reading.” 4 hour continuing education lecture. NorthWest Vision
      Therapists Symposium, Yahats, OR: July 1999.

“Grand Rounds: Perceptual LASIK journey from a binocular guy perspective,” Pacific
      Optometry 115: Faculty Crosstalk, Pacific University, November 1999.

Visual consequences of head injury.” Forest Grove, OR. Lions Club; Spring 1998.

“What can the Visagraph tell us about eye movements?” Pacific Optometry 110: Faculty
      Crosstalk, Pacific University, October 1997.

“Eye movement performance in ADHD/ADD children.” Poster presentation with co-authors:
      Ziskrout & Ichiyama; American Academy of Optometry, Orlando. December 8, 1996
      Poster #68.

“Comparison of traditional and binocular refraction results in prepresbyopes” Poster
     presentation with co-authors: Bickford, Rosenthal-Tinge, Stephens-Offerdahl, Tobolt, &
     Septon; American Academy of Optometry, Orlando. December 8, 1996 Poster #88.

“Reliability of reading eye movements assessed with the Taylor Visagraph.” Poster presentation
       with co-authors: Colby & Yolton; American Academy of Optometry, Orlando. December
       8, 1996 Poster #69.

“Normative and reliability data from the Wold Sentence Copy Test modified to included number
     copying and head/eye movement recording.” Poster presentation with co-authors Eliason,
     Kenison & Oland; American Academy of Optometry, New Orleans. December 12, 1995.

“Do colored Irlen overlays effect eye movements made during reading?” Poster presentation with
      co-authors: Yolton, Hansson, Johnson, Woodmansee Courtright, Hill. American
      Academy of Optometry, New Orleans. December 11, 1995.



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“Reliability of reading eye movement data produced by the Ober2 system”, Poster presentation
       with co-authors: Koenig, Price, Baird, & Yolton. American Academy of Optometry, New
       Orleans. December 12, 1995.

“Strabismus training that works”, Strabismus and amblyopia (OPT 725) Pacific University,
       April 13, 1995.

“Vision education for the teacher,” Exceptional child class, Linfield University, April 6, 1995.

“My most interesting vision therapy case,” Third year clinical seminar (OPT 722) Pacific
     University, February 23, 1995, 1996, 1997.

“How to deliver an effective vision awareness presentation to educators,” Visual function in
      learning class, Pacific University, February 23, 1995.

“The Ober2 eye movement recording system and its use in VT,” Pacific Vision Research
      Conference, February 11, 1995.

“Colored filters and reading: what we know and don’t know.” Joint Conference on Theoretical
      and Clinical Optometry, Pacific University, July 8, 1994.

“Seminar and practicum on how colored filters and lenses are prescribed.” Joint Conference on
      Theoretical and Clinical Optometry, Pacific University, July 9, 1994.

“Clinical perspectives in assessing eye movements.” Northwest OEP Study Group, Pacific
       University; February, 1994.

“How to identify adults with visually related learning difficulties.” Counseling and
      Psychological Service Center, Portland State University, January 1994.

“Subjective and objective assessment of eye movements: new tools.” Northwest Congress of
      Optometry, Portland, OR; December 1993.

“Vision and reading.” Concepts Of Literacy (ED 513) Pacific University, October 1993.

“Vision education for the teacher.” Advanced Teaching Techniques in Physical Education (PE
      516) Pacific University, August 1993.

“Vision and Learning.” Diagnostic Practice in Reading: Informal Assessment (ED 425) Pacific
      University, July 1993.

“Functional Case Analysis.” Pacific Optometry 101: Faculty Crosstalk, Pacific University, May
      1993.

“Biofeedback for strabismus; BVAT contrast sensitivity.” Visual Information Processing and
      Perception (OPT 662) Pacific University, April 1991; May 1992; May 1993.

“Dynamic interaction between optometry and psychology: research & practice.” Physiological
     Psychology (PSY 352) Pacific University; May 1993.


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“The prevalence of visual anomalies among adult offenders,” poster presented at American
      Academy Of Optometry Annual Meeting; Orlando, FL. December 1992.

“The prevalence of visual anomalies among adult offenders.” Poster presented at Pacific
      University Research Conference; April 1993.

“The importance of good visual function in the classroom.” Teacher in-service; Eastwood
      Elementary School, Hillsboro, OR; November 1992.

“Vision and Health,” Health Education Methods (HE 406) class, Health and Physical Education
      Dept., Pacific University, February 1991; March 1992; February 1993, 1994, & 1995.

“Two cases of strabismus: esotropia secondary to trauma, and consecutive exotropia with
      paradoxical ARC; including review of diagnostic ARC procedures and therapeutic
      biofeedback for strabismus,” Faculty Grand Rounds, Pacific University College of
      Optometry, May 1991.

“The Effects of Vision on Learning and School Performance.” Clatskanie Middle School,
      Clatskanie, OR April 1991.

“Visional Impairment in the Child.” Exceptional child class (ED 531), Pacific University, March
      1991.

“Tumors of the Eye; Vision and Health.” West Tualatin View Elementary School, Beaverton,
     OR. January 1991.

“Accommodative Facility: Assessment of Variables Limiting Performance,” poster presented
     with Jeff Mackner at American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN,
     December 8, 1990.

“Pediatric Development and Pediatric Optometric Procedures,” Amblyopia and Contact Lens
       Correction for Amblyopia and Anisometropia, 6 hour continuing education lecture
       presented at bi-annual meeting of Public Health Service optometrists, Phoenix, AZ,
       February 1990.

“Expanding vergence ranges with visual therapy while jumping on a trampoline.” Poster
      presented with Steve Scheffelbein, Sharon Trainer, Graham Erickson, Thersa Mehary,
      and Harold Haynes, at the American Academy of Optometry Meeting, New Orleans, LA;
      December 11, 1989. poster #41

“The Inter-Correlation of Three Relative Response-Time Sustained Facility Tests.” Pacific
       University College of Optometry Annual Research Conference, Forest Grove, OR, April
       1989.

“Normative Data for Facility Testing.” presented to PUCO faculty, January Sessions, January
     1989 and at American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH,
     December 1988.



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“Diagnostic Tools New to Vision Therapy.” presented at Pacific University College of
      Optometry Annual Research Conference, Forest Grove, OR, April 1988.

“Vision and Learning.” lecture presented to Dr. Eleanor Midkiff’s (PSY 321) Sensation and
      Perception class at Pacific University, Spring 1988.

“Vision and Reading.” lecture for Dr. Anita McClain’s (ED 425) Diagnostic Practice in Reading
      class at Pacific University; Fall 1988 and Fall 1989.

“Clinical Applications of Biofeedback for Oculomotor Dysfunctions.” Presented at the Sixth
       Annual Asian-Pacific Optometric Congress, Bangkok, Thailand; April 1987.

“Vision and Perceptual Function.” lecture for Dr. Eileen Brennan’s (PSY 315) Cognitive
      Psychology class at Pacific University; spring 1987.

“What’s New in Sight.” Presented to Hillsboro Rotary Club, Hillsboro, OR., Spring 1986.

“Underwater Vision.” 1.5-hour continuing education lecture presented at Pacific University
      College of Optometry Continuing Education, Forest Grove, OR; May 1986.

“Surface Chemistry of RGP Lenses and Solutions.” lecture presented to Dr. James Peterson’s
       Opt 444 Contact Lens I class at Pacific University College of Optometry; Spring 1986,
       1987 and 1988.

                                 PROFESSIONAL AFFLIATIONS

American Academy of Optometry - Fellow,
Association of Optometric Educators
American Optometric Association
Beta Sigma Kappa - (national academic honor society)
Omicron Epsilon Phi - (national optometric fraternity)
Optometric Extension Program
Oregon Optometric Association
Portland Metropolitan Optometric Society
Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (Northwest)

                            OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008, consultant to Moschetto and Koplin, Inc., P.S. Seattle, WA and expert witness for brain
       injury case.

2007, consultant to Judy Snyder, Attorney at Law, Portland, OR for brain injury case

2007, Independent medical review consultant for Oregon State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF),
       Salem, OR for brain injury case.

November 2002-1999, locum tenen for William Rogers, O.D. Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska;
     tenen locum for Richard McKinley, OD. Wassila, Alaska July 2002; February 1994, April
     1995 & April 1996: tenen locum for William Rogers, O.D. Anchorage, Alaska; April


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       1995, 1996, 1999: relief optometrist for Charliss Held, O.D. Silverdale, Washington;
       June 1996: relief optometrist for Richard Robinson, O.D. Everett, Washington; August
       1992 , 1993: Relief optometrist for Erik Christianson, O.D. Ketchikan, Alaska; Provided
       primary vision care to variety of patients in private practice settings. March 1991: Relief
       optometrist for Garry D. Kappel, O.D., Dallas, OR. Provided primary and vision therapy
       care to variety of patients for one week.

October 1983 - May 1986: visual therapist, Integrative Optometrics, Portland, OR. Provided
      evaluation, diagnosis and remediation of visual problems in variety of patients, primarily
      children, during weekly therapy sessions.

October 1984 - March 1985: Optometrist, part time for Cosmo Salibello, O.D., Portland, OR.
      Provided general care optometric services with emphasis on contact lenses to variety of
      patients.

February - March 1984: visual therapist for Paul Diederich, O.D., St. Helens, OR. Provided
      visual therapy primarily to children.

                              FACULTY & UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Faculty Development Committee, 2008-present
MS/Research Committee, 2007-present
Pacific University Institutional Review Board, 2007-present
Academic and Professional Standards Committee, 2006 – present
Essential Function Committee, 2006 - 2007
Optometry Admissions Committee, 1995 - 2006, Chair: 1998 – 2005
Faculty Crosstalk Lecture Series, Coordinator: 2002 – 2003
University Council, Optometry Representative: 2002 - 2004
Pediatrics-Vision Therapy Residency Ad Hoc Committee: 2002 - present
University Admissions & Financial Aid Advisory Committee: 1999-2006
M.Ed. Visual Function & Learning Committee: 1995 - present
Student Laptop Computer Committee, 1998
P.U.C.O. Curriculum Self-Study Committee, 1999
College of Optometry Search Committee 1997, 1996, 2004
Student Evaluation Committee 1997
Ad Hoc Screening Committee, 1995-1996
Student Affairs Committee, 1994-95
Faculty Development Committee, 1988-1990, 1991-1994
Standards and Appeals Committee, 1990-91
Curriculum Committee, 1986-88
Student thesis advisor, 1987-present
Amigos faculty advisor, (student volunteer humanitarian visual service organization) 1985-90

                                            THESES

Optometric underwater vision compendium including design of a compensating eikonal lens
     system to correct induced underwater magnification.




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Comparison of electroencephalographic spectra from normal children to spectra from children
     with reading and general academic problems.

                                      PUBLICATIONS
Books/Chapters
“Pacific University Perceptual Test Manual”, editor & contributing author; expected publication:
       January 2008 by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation

“Reading Eye Movements and Objective Assessment,” book chapter in: Vision Therapy: Pursuits
      and Saccades: Theories and Testing; published by OEPF, 1995 (Vol. 37 No. 2: 41-84)

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
“Viewing Distance and Visual Discomfort While Using Handhelds”. Manuscript co-authored
      with James Sheedy, OD Ph.D., Yu-Chi Tai, PhD, James Kundart, OD MEd, John Hayes,
      PhD, submitted to Journal of Vision 2008

“Computerized Saccadic Eye Movement Training to Improve Oculomotor Control during
     Reading and Reading Rate in Adults Japanese Readers.” Manuscript co-authored with
     Tomohito Okumura, MSOptom, MEd, FAAO, Hiroshi Tamai, MD, PhD, Journal of
     Optometric Vision Development; (Vol.40 No. 1); Oct. 2009

“A Prospective Study of the EYEPORT Vision Trainer System”. Manuscript co-authored with
      Jeff Rabin, OD, PhD, FAAO, Optometry Journal of the American Optometric Assoc.,
      October 2006 (Vol. 77 No.10), p508-514.

“Effectiveness Of An On-line Computerized Eye Movement Training Program to Improve
       Oculomotor Control In Adults Readers: A Pilot Study.” Co-authored with: Kim Tran OD,
       Yu Cui MD, MS, Tomohito Okumura MSEd; Journal of Behavioral Optometry 15(5)
       2004

“Evaluation of Visual-Motor Integration Skills in Preschool and Elementary School-Aged
      Chinese Children.” Co-authored with: Yu Cui, MD, MS, Jeff Rabin, OD, PhD, FAAO,
      and Ying Zhu, MD, submitted to Optometry & Vision Science. 2005

“Use of the Taylor Visagraph System to evaluate eye movements made during reading,” co-
      authored by: D. Colby & R. Yolton; Journal of the American Optometric Assoc., March
      1997 (Vol. 69 No.1)

“Use of the Ober2 system for analysis of eye movements made during reading,” co-authored by:
      G. Koenig, N. Price, M. Baird, B. Yolton, Journal of the American Optometric Assoc.,
      March 1997 (Vol. 68 No. 3)

“The effect of illumination on the time to, and pupil area of, maximum mydriasis,” co-authored
      by: R. Rushforth, R. White, K. Solum; Canadian Journal of Optometry, Autumn 1996
      (Vol. 58 No.3)

Editor Reviewed Journal Articles
“Divergence excess exotropia: A vision therapy case report.” Co-authored with Tomohito
      Okumura & Paul Kohl; Journal of the Japan Optometric Assoc., April 2001 (Vol.19 No.2)


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“Implications of problem-based education for the future of optometric practice.” Co-authored
       with: D. Yolton & R. Yolton; in: Optometry Journal of the American Optometric Assoc.
       March 2000

COPE-Approved Continuing Education Courses Published On-line
“Unilateral Spatial Neglect”, P.U.C.O. On-line C.E. course co-authored by: Emily McCart,
      COPE #16593-NO. 2006

“Eye Movement Disorders”, P.U.C.O. On-line C.E. course co-authored by: Stefan Horn, Anja
     Wastrauk, and James Kundart, OD, MEd, FAAO, expected posting: June 2009

“See Sick Syndrome: Its Diagnosis and Treatment with Simple Home or Office Vision Therapy”,
       P.U.C.O. On-line C.E. course co-authored by Roderic Gillilan, OD, Bradley Coffey, OD,
       FAAO, Nora M. Y. Chan, BS, Hong Nguyen, BS. COPE 13611-GO. 2005

“A Review of Optometric Assessment Techniques for Use With Mentally Retarded and Other
      Special-Needs Patients”, 
 P.U.C.O. On-line C.E. course co-authored by 
 Jennifer
      Valente-Caywood, OD
 Jeremy Nett, 
 COPE #14041-GO. 2005

“Etiology and Management of Motion Sickness: A Review of Optometric Considerations”,
       P.U.C.O. On-line C.E. course co-authored by Robert Yolton, PhD, OD, Karl Citek, OD,
       PhD, and Bradley Coffey, OD, FAAO. COPE #13459-GO. 2005

Other publications
“More snag diver stories”, Columbia River Gillnetter Winter 2007 (Vol.38 No.1)

“Snag diver stories and recollections”, Columbia River Gillnetter Summer 2006 (Vol.37 No.2)

“Bubbles from a snag diver”, Cumtux: Clatsop County Historical Society Quarterly, Fall 2003
     (Vol. 23 No.4)




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