Dr. Baxter is an Assistant Professor and Undergraduate
Director in the Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University. Dr. Baxter, who specializes in Cornea
and External Diseases, completed her fellowship at the Wills Eye Hospital in
Philadelphia. She has an interest
in medical education, and has completed a Fellowship in Educational
Scholarship. She is an examiner
for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. She has received various teaching
awards, including the Canadian Association of Medical Education Certificate of
William Ulakovic, OD
Dr. William Ulakovic, a graduate from the University of Waterloo, School of Optometry, has been actively involved in the Ontario Association of Optometrists for the past 12 years, and has been the Association's President in the past. Dr. Ulakovic, a Clinical Instructor and Lecturer with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, is a member of the Eye Health Council of Ontario.
Stephen Brodovsky, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Brodovsky is in private practice is association with a
team of optometrists. He specializes in corneal diseases and anterior segment
surgery. He is co-medical director of the Misericordia Lion’s Eye Bank of
Manitoba. He has worked overseas with Orbis and Seva Canada. These projects
involved cataract surgery in under-serviced areas, as well as training in
corneal transplantation and cataract surgery. He is an Assistant Professor at
the University of Manitoba in the Dept of Ophthalmology and is chair of the
cornea section for University of Manitoba's ophthalmology residency program.
Derek MacDonald, OD
Following undergraduate studies at the University of Regina, Dr. MacDonald graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry in 1992. Since that time, he has been engaged in full-scope private practice in Waterloo. Upon graduation, Dr. MacDonald stayed involved with the School of Optometry, acting as a clinical supervisor in the Ocular Health Clinic, and sat on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Association of Optometrists, culminating in a two-year term serving as it's President. Dr. MacDonald is on the Council of the College of Optometrists of Ontario and is a founding member of the Eye Health Council of Ontario (EHCO).
Robert L. Chevrier, MD, FRCSC, CSPQ
Dr. Chevrier is an
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Ottawa, and Chief of
Ophthalmology at the Montfort Hospital in Ottawa, where he specializes in
Glaucoma and Anterior Segment surgery. He completed his post-graduate medical
education at Queen’s University, and a fellowship in Glaucoma at the University
of Montreal. He has authored or co-authored several
articles that have appeared in the peer-reviewed literature, and has a
special interest in optic nerve head imaging. He sits on the editorial board of
the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology, and is a corresponding member of the
Ophthalmology Examination Board for the Royal College of Physicians and
Surgeons of Canada.
Michael Kalloniatis, OD, PhD
Professor Kalloniatis is an optometrist graduating from the University of Melbourne (Australia) and has a PhD in visual psychophysics (University of Houston, USA). His research has focused on retinal anatomy and neurochemistry in both the normal and diseased rodent retina. Professor Kalloniatis is a highly experienced optometrists with a range of academic and research experience who has maintained clinical practice throughout his career. His is currently director of the Centre for Eye Health, located on the Kensington Campus of the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). He also holds a number of national competitive grants investigating inherited retinal dystrophies (rodent models) and effectiveness of glaucoma diagnosis in a clinical setting.
Rob Campbell, MD, FRCSC
Dr. Campbell is a Clinician-Scientist and Director of the Postgraduate Residency Training Program in the Department of Ophthalmology at Queen's University. Dr. Campbell studied medicine and completed his residency in ophthalmology at the University of Ottawa, where he was gold medallist and valedictorian. Dr. Campbell undertook post-redisency fellowship training in glaucoma surgery at the University of Toronto and cornea surgery at Moorefields Eye Hospital in London, England. Dr. Campbell is an adjunct scientist for the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and leads a CIHR funded program focused on the assessment of eye and vision health care quality, access and safety.
Fiona Stapelton, PhD, MCOptom
Fiona Stapleton PhD
MCOptom FAAO is a Professor at the University of New South Wales in Sydney and
Head of School of Optometry and Vision Science. She received her PhD in
1991 from City University and Moorfields Eye Hospital in London for her
research on the pathogenesis and epidemiology of contact lens-related disease
and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at University College London. She
holds numerous memberships and executive affiliations with clinical and
research organisations, is a regular reviewer for a range of journals, belongs
to the international editorial board of four journals, has over 150 peer-reviewed
publications, has contributed 15 chapters to textbooks and published a book on
the diagnosis and management of anterior segment disease.