ICO and IOA are hosting an Open House celebration on Friday, June 29, from 5 to 9 p.m. The event is extra special for those of us at ICO because this year also marks the
Schedule of Events
7:00 -7:30 pm
Can’t visit us in June? Then save the date for ICO’s Homecoming, September 7-9, 2012.
lmost half the 461 seats in the $3.5 million, state-of-the-art Lecture Center have been snapped up since the launch of ICO’s Name A Seat campaign began last summer. Nearly 200 silver nameplates already have been installed, and every chair could be “booked” before the yearlong initiative ends June 30. If you’re hoping to get Seat No. 65, though, you’re out of luck. Stephen Mazur, OD ’97, called first dibs. As a first-year, Dr. Mazur staked a claim to the chair’s creaky predecessor, occupying it so faithfully that it became a running gag with his dorm mates in Brady Hall. “When the opportunity came to purchase a seat in the renovated lecture room there was no doubt Seat 65 had my name on it,” the Calgary, Alberta, optometrist says. “So I purchased Seat 65 to celebrate that memorable first year and to honor my friends in the Class of 1997! Let the memory live again.”
Every nameplate in the sleek, dove-gray hall tells a story. Together, they speak volumes about collective loyalty and affection for ICO.
“We’re truly amazed,” says Dwight H. Akerman, OD ’80, the ICO Board of Trustees member chairing the drive. “Often times, when an institution asks alums for donations, it’s viewed with skepticism. However, we’ve certainly not experienced that as evidenced by this campaign. We’re well on our way to our target of selling each and every seat.”
Just as gratifying are the stories shared by donors and alumni who signed up “for the opportunity to commemorate their years at ICO in a very positive way, or to memorialize or honor someone they care about,” Dr. Akerman says.
He chose to do both. Dr. Akerman, director of professional affairs at Alcon Laboratories in Fort Worth, Texas, purchased two seats next to each other in the center. One plaque is engraved with his name “to thank ICO for the outstanding education provided for me.” The other is dedicated to his father and mentor, Dwight M. Akerman, OD, who died at 91 in 2010. He was a 1944 graduate of Monroe College of Optometry, a predecessor of ICO.
“He was so proud of being an optometrist, so proud of his profession, and so proud that I became an optometrist and followed in his footsteps,” says Dr. Akerman, whose father practiced for more than 50 years in LaSalle and Streator, Ill. “He was my father and best friend. We’re together in the front row center, side by side, forever.”
That kind of sentiment is what inspired the campaign last June, and it’s what has driven seat sponsorship at a brisk pace. The front and back row chairs are the most popular, but there are still prime spots remaining at the platinum ($1,200), gold ($800) and silver ($400) levels. Supporters can request a particular or random seat.
Mark Colip, OD ’92, and vice president of student, alumni and college development at ICO, believes the decision to open the seats to sponsorships has made the Lecture Center even more of a campus centerpiece.
“As the oldest college of optometry in the United States, ICO has many traditions,” Dr. Colip says. “The Name a Seat campaign allows us to link the latest and greatest in technology for our current students with the generosity, stories and traditions of our most supportive alumni.”
Family ties are a recurring theme in the campaign. Even bittersweet back stories are tinged with a sense of legacy and unshakable commitment to the future.
Thelma Hottel, widow of Philip Hottel, OD ’48, reserved a chair in memory of her husband of nearly 60 years. Dr. Hottel, a longtime Iowa City optometrist, died in 2009 at age 83. For his wife, the engraved nameplate serves as an eternal valentine to her husband.
“He always joked that he married an older woman. I was five weeks older than he was,” Mrs. Hottel says, adding that she hopes her granddaughter will one day attend ICO.
ICO information clerk Anthony Barone – himself an ICO fixture at the main entrance – bought two seats: one for his late parents, Pasquale and Josephine Barone, and one for his late uncle and aunt, Carmen and Jenny Delabadia. He says the first-generation Italian immigrants raised him with love, and their devotion never wavered when he left school at 16 due to undiagnosed health issues.
“It’s just a way of not forgetting them and showing respect for them so their memory will stay alive,” says Barone, 74.
Alvin Zohn, OD ’49, “sat down and wrote a check right there” after touring the new Lecture Center during Homecoming 2011. The 86-year-old optometrist from Toledo, Ohio, commissioned one for himself and one as a tribute to his son and fellow alum, Michael R. Zohn, OD ’79. The younger Zohn lost his battle with cancer in 2008.
His son was the campus shutterbug during his ICO days, Dr. Zohn says. The gadget-loving Mike would have been “flabbergasted” by the high-definition TV screens, laptop and Wi-Fi friendly desks, and webcasts of lectures.
Like son, like father. The senior Zohn is very impressed with the tiered hall and its movable walls, ergonomic seats, and cutting-edge audio systems, pronouncing it “just marvelous.”
What’s in a Name?
By their nature, all inscriptions are meaningful. And some are enigmatic, none more than “The Four Horsemen of Optometry.”
Floyd Mizener, OD ‘48, DOS, PhD, confesses he came up with the Bible-inspired tag, a play on the nickname for Knute Rockne’s famous backfield players. The members of his quartet, all World War II vets, revised Illinois vision care guidelines instead of gridiron history.
He personally helped draft “Rules of the Road” vision requirements for then-Secretary of State Jim Edgar in the 1980s, Dr. Mizener says. Fellow “Horsemen” Lawrence R. Vogel, OD ‘48, and the late Floyd W. Woods, OD ’51, and Irving Kernis, OD ’37, backed him, teaming with him to spearhead laws ensuring schoolchildren receive comprehensive vision exams by eye doctors.
The surviving Horsemen and the Woods and Kernis families hope their chair will inspire today’s students to do the same – and form those same kinds of bonds that last decades.
His co-Horsemen “were always ready to listen on the telephone, ready to act, ready to do something,” says Dr. Mizener, 86, of Darien, Ill. “Age-wise, we were not all too far apart. We had the same common denominators: We came out of the services, got into the profession, and saw things that needed to be done for the better interest of the people.”
The school-based eye clinic at Princeton Elementary School opened in January 2011 and provides needed eye health and vision care to thousands of underserved Chicago Public School students.
The clinic features:
- 13 examination lanes
- Professional staff including a medical director, three ICO faculty optometrists, two case workers, three opticians, as well as 30-50 third and fourth year students performing clinical hours.
- Year-round operation to accommodate varied school calendars
- Partnerships with organizations and individuals to support the needs of the program and expand services
Bridget C. Axelson, OD
Benefits of the Chicago Vision Outreach Program include:
- Providing students with access to additional patient encounters and giving students a broad spectrum of experiences by increasing their annual clinical sessions by one session per week for one quarter.
- Established satellite eye clinics in partnership with Federally Qualified Health Centers including
- Alivio Medical Center
- Erie Family Health Center
- Illinois Eye Institute at ACCESS
- Access to Illinois Eye Institute's school-based clinic at Princeton Elementary, a partnership with Chicago Public Schools to provide eye health and vision care to students
With a vision for the future, ICO’s Eyepod raises the bar of optometric teaching by combining the latest technology with student supports into one enhanced learning center. The Eyepod is a state-of-the-art facility that offers students:
- 38 ophthalmic teaching lanes with specialized lighting in two Eye Labs
- Individual assessment rooms for clinical testing
- 5 teaching laboratories with separate preparation space
- 6 research laboratories
- Student life areas with views of downtown Chicago
Peer Reviewed Publications
• Allen, M. Skew deviation: report of a case treated with prismatic spectacles. Optometry and Vision Development, Vol 40 #2: 2009, 94-99
• Donati, R.J., Maino, D.M., Bartell, H., and Kieffer, M. (2009). Polypharmacy and the Lack of Oculo-Visual Complaints from those with Mental Illness and Dual Diagnosis (MI/ID). Optometry, 80(5):249-254.
• Dave, R.H., Saengsawang, W., Yu, J-Z., Donati, R. and Rasenick, M.M. (2009). Heterotrimeric G-proteins interact directly with cytoskeletal components to modify microtubule-dependent cellular processes. NeuroSignals, 17:100-108
• Maino DM., Viola, SG, Donati R. The Etiology of Autism. Opt Vis Dev 2009:(40)3:150-156.
• Viola SG, Maino DM. Brain anatomy, electrophysiology and visual function/perception in children within the autism spectrum disorder. Opt Vis Dev 2009;40(3):157-163.
• Kattouf V, Scharre J, McMahon J, Morrissey C, Korajczyk D, Beatty R. Comprehensive vision care in urban communities: The pediatric outreach program. Optometry 2009;80:29-35.
• John P Chang, PhD; Sawisky R Grant, MSc, MD; Gabriel Mitchell, BSc; Aubrey D Uretsky, MSc, MD; Patrick Kwong, BSc, OD; Caleb L Grey, BSc; Morgan Booth, BSc PACAP stimulation of maturational gonadotropin secretion in goldfish involves extracellularsignal-regulated kinase, but not nitric oxide or guanylate cyclase, signalling. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 2009 Publication in process.
• Pang Y, Trachimowicz R, Castells DD, Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. Optic nerve heads in African American children using retinal tomography. Optom Vis Sci 2009 Dec; 86(12):1346-51.
• Teitelbaum, B., Pang, Y. Krall, J. Effectiveness of Prism for Presbyopes with Convergence Insufficiency. Optom Vis Sci. 2009, 86(2), 153-156.
• Patel, B., Pang, Y. US college/schools of Optometry’s involvement in International education and programs in 2007-8. Optom Education. 2009, 34 (3), 110-120.
• Roberts DK, Lukic A, Yang Y, Moroi SE, Wilensky JT, Wernick M. Novel observations and potential applications using digital infrared iris imaging. Ophthalmic Surgery, Lasers & Imaging 2009;40:207-16.
Book Chapters and Non-Peer Reviewed Publications
• Allison C. Optometric Think Tank, Optometric Education, Vol 34 (2), Winter 2009 p. 47 -9.
• Chaglasian, M. Advancing Glaucoma Diagnosis and Management. Supplement to Review of Optometry. March 2009
• Maino DM. Identify Binocular Vision Disorders. Optometric Management. 2009;(12) available at http://www.optometric.com/article.aspx?article=103756 (accessed 1/10)
• Maino DM. One time around the sun. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(4):210-215.
• Maino DM, Goodfellow G. Digital Social Networking and Health Care Education. J Optom Ed. 2009 35(1):19-21 available at http://www.opted.org/files/public/JOE_FALL_2009_final.pdf accessed 10/09
• Maino DM. Partly cloudy with a chance of Meatballs. Opt Vis Dev 2009:(40)3:134-135.
• Maino DM. Borg Certification: Resistance is Futile. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(2):70-71.
• Maino DM. Experiment. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(1):6-10.
• Maino DM. Neuroplasticity: Teaching an Old Brain New Tricks. Rev Optom 2009. 46(1):62-64,66-70. (Tested Continuing Education Course)
• Cotter SA, Frantz KA. Therapeutic uses of prism for binocular vision disorders. In: Tasman W, Jaeger EA, eds. Duane’s Clinical Ophthalmology. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2009
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: giving back. J Ill Optom Assoc 2009 Spr;67(2):26-27.
• Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. ASCOTech: move way, old dog. Optom Educ 2009 Win;34(2):52-53.
• Sanford, G. Longitudinal Study of Students’ Perceptions of Their Professional Communication Skills at an Educational Institution (published Spring, 2009).
• Pang Y. Optometric Think Tank. Optom Education. 2009, 34 (3), 93.
Peer Reviewed Publications
• Allison CL, Gabriel HM, Schlange D. Diagnosing and Managing Functional Visual Complications After Brain Injury, Optometry, Vol 79, No 2, February 2008.
• Block, SS, Wilson, R,, Chester, K, Desriveres, D, Kalazinski, L, Primo, SA, Whitener, J. Affiliations of community health centers with the accredited schools and colleges of optometry in the states and territories of the United States. Optometry 2008:79:581-586.
• Gross, S, Block, SS, Engstrom, S, Donahue, J. Investigation of Student Self-Perceived Preparedness in Interacting with Patients Experiencing Psychosocial Challenges, Optometric Education.2008:34:27-38.
• Donati, R.J. and Rasenick, M.M. (2008). “Lipid rafts”, G proteins and the etiology of and treatment for depression: progress toward a depression biomarker. Future Neurology 3(5): 511-514.
• Donati, R.J., Dwivedi, Y., Roberts, R.C., Conley, R.R., Pandey, G.N., and Rasenick, M.M. (2008). Post-mortem brain tissue of depressed suicides reveals increased Gsα localization in lipid raft domains where it is less likely to activate adenylyl cyclase. J. Neuroscience, 28(12): 3042-3050.
• Layden, B.T., Saengsawang, W., Donati, R.J., Yang, S., Mulhearn, D.C., Johnson, M.E., and Rasenick, M.M. (2008). Structural model of a complex between the heterotrimeric G protein, Gs and tubulin. Biochem.Biophys. Acta- Molecular Cell Biology 1783: 964-973
• Pang Y, Frantz KA. Value of the Heidelberg Retinal Tomograph in Optic Nerve Hypoplasia. Optom Vis Sci 2008; 85: 508-511.
• Goodfellow GW, Trachimowicz R, Steele G. Patient literacy levels in an inner-city optometry clinic. Optometry 2008 Feb;79(2):98-103.
• Kathryn E Bollinger, M.D., PhD., Valerie Kattouf, et al Hypermetropia and Esotropia in Myotonic Dystrophy JAAPOS 2008 Feb;12 (1):69-71
• Skorin, L. Keith, JF. Valsalva Retinopathy: Examples of Classic and Secondary Occurrences. Clinical & Surgical Ophthalmology 2008; 26(2): 50-54. Reprinted in Clinical and Refractive Optometry 2008; 19(2): 36-40.
• Keith, JF. Skorin, L. Retinal Vein Occlusions. The Indian Optician; Jan-Feb 2008: 200 – 208
• Winters JE, Messner LV, Gable EM, Korajczyk DP. Coordinating eye and primary medical care in a low-income and uninsured population: The experience of the Vision of Hope Health Alliance. Optometry 2008;79:730-736.
• Wallace S, Pilon A, Kwok P, Messner LV, Hitchcock Y. Ophthalmic manifestations of an undifferentiated sinonasal carcinoma. Optom Vis Sci 2008; 85:226-29.
• Winters JE, Pihos A. Sight for seniors: A summary of findings and challenges to providing community-based eye care to low-income seniors. Optometry 2008;79:718-723.
• Roberts DK, Ayyagari R, Moroi SE. Possible association between long anterior lens zonules and plateau iris configuration. J Glaucoma 2008;17:393-6.
• Winters JE, Pihos AM. Sight for seniors: A summary of findings and challenges providing community-based eye care to low-income seniors. Optometry 2008;79:718-723.
• Poole D, Chaudry F, Jay W. Stroke and Driving. Top Stroke Rehabil 2008; 15 (1): 37-41.
Book Chapters and Non-Peer Reviewed Papers
• Allison CL. Book Review: Illustrated Tutorials in Clinical Ophthalmology, Kanski and Bolton, 2008. Optometry & Vision Development, Vol 39 (2).
• Allison CL. Turning an Eye on Vision, Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, August 2008, Vol 17, No 8, p. 53-6.
• Castells DD. Jimmy D., Bartlett, Siret D. Jaanus. Clinical Ocular Pharmacology 5th Edition. Boston: Butterworth Heinemann. 2008
• Chaglasian, M. Clinical Approaches to Patients with Glaucoma and Ocular Surface Disease. Roundtable discussion. Review of Optometry. October 2008
• Chaglasian, M. Proper Treatment Selections for Glaucoma Therapy Can Improve Ocular Health and Patient Satisfaction. Primary Care Optometry News. September 2008
• Maino DM. An Open Letter to David K Wallace, MD, MPH (and other disbelievers and holders of outdated and biased opinions and beliefs). Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(4):178-180.
• Maino DM. The airline’s manual of practice management for optometry. Optom Vis Dev 2008:39(3):111-112.
• Maino DM. Greatness. Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(2):55-56.
• Sands W, Taub M, Maino DM. Limited research and education on special populations in optometry and ophthalomology. Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(2):60-61.
• Maino DM. The seven habits of highly successful writers. Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(1):7-8.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: ICO helps ugandan choir. J Ill Optom Assoc 2008 Win;66(5):42.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: the best optometry school gets even better. J Ill Optom Assoc 2008 Spr;66(2):18.
• Jurkus J, Anderson B. Think Tank How will the recent changes in our ecomony affect optometry education. Optometric Education vol. 34, 1,Fall 2008
• Keith, JF. Skorin, L. Book Review of Refractive Surface Ablation: PRK, LASEK, Epi-LASIK, Custom, PTK, and Retreatment. Paolo Vinciguerra, MD. Fabrizio I. Camesasca, MD. Clinical & Surgical Ophthalmology 2008; 25(5): 175. Reprinted in Clinical and Refractive Optometry 2008; 19(5): 159
• Crumbliss, K.E., Taussig, M.J., Jay, W.M. Vision Rehabilitation and Charles Bonnet Syndrome. Seminars in Ophthalmology, 23:2; 121-6, 2008
2007Peer Reviewed Publications
• Allison CL, Gabriel HM, Schlange D, Fredrickson S. An Optometric Approach to Patients with Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Optometry 2007. 78(12): 644-51
• Daugherty KM, Frantz KA, Allison CL, Gabriel HM. Evaluating Changes in Quality of Life after Vision Therapy Using the COVD Quality of Life Outcomes Assessment. Optom Vis Dev 2007; 38(2):75-81.
• Girgis NM, Frantz KA. A case of primary congenital glaucoma: A diagnostic dilemma. Optometry 2007; 78(4): 167-175.
• Skorin, L. Keith, JF. Management of Elevated Intraocular Pressure Following Cataract Surgery. Clinical & Surgical Ophthalmology 2007; 25(9): 320-324. Reprinted in Clinical & Refractive Optometry 2007; 18(10): 288-291
• Zele, A., Pokorny, J., Lee, D., Ireland, D. Anisometropic Amblyopia: Spatial Contrast Sensitivity Deficits in Inferred Parvocellular and Magnocellular Vision, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 48;8:3622-3631, 2007.
• McMahon JM. The long-term effect of experimental beta-radiation therapy on the human cornea. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye; 30(2007)249-253
• McMahon J. and Beckerman S. Testing Safety Eyewear: How Frame and Lens Design Affects Lens Retention. Optometry 2007;78:78-87
• Pilon AF, Rhee PS, Newman TL, Messner LV. Bilateral abducens palsies and facial weakness as initial manifestations of a Chiari 1 malformation. Optom Vis Sci. 2007; 84:936-40.
• Lee EW, Hariprasad SM, Mieler WF, Newman TL, Apte RS. Short-term intraocular pressure trends after intravitreal triamcinolone injection. Am J Ophthalmol 2007 Feb;143(2):365-7. Epub 2006 Sep 28.
• Teitelbaum B, Newman TL, Tresley DJ. Occlusive retinal vasculitis in a patient with West Nile virus. Clin Exp Opt 2007 Nov;90(6):463-7.
• Roberts DK, Wernick MN. Infrared imaging technique may help demonstrate iris transillumination defects in blacks who show other pigment dispersion syndrome clinical signs. J Glaucoma 2007;16:440-7.
• Chung, J., Berthoud, V.M, Novak, L.A., Zoltoski, R.K. I' Heinobrunn, B., Minogue, P.J., Liu, X., Ebihara, L., Kuszak, J.R., and Beyer, E. C. (2007): Transgenic overexpression of connexin 50 induces cataracts in mice. Exp Eye Res. 84: 513-28.
• Tang, Y., Lliu, X., Zoltoski, R.K., Novak, L. A., Herrera, R., Richard, I, Kuszak, J.R., and Kumar, N.M. (2007). Calpain 3 disruption delays cataract formation in á3 connexin 46 knockout mouse lens. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 48: 2685-94.
• Hagerman, K.E., Taussig, M.J., Coalter, J.D., Jay, W.M. Low vision rehabilitation in patients with visual and cognitive impairment. Visual Impairment Research, 9:19-22, 2007.
Book Chapters and Non-Peer Reviewed Papers
• Maino DM. FCOVD-A+. Optom Vis Dev 2007;(38)4:145-46.
• Cron MT, Goss DG, Maino DM. 2006 Annual Review of the Literature. Optom Vis Dev 2007; 38(4):161-84.
• Maino DM. Optometry: A primary eye and vision care profession for all ages. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(38)3:97-98.
• Maino DM. Sports Vision Magazine. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(38)3:105-106. (review)
• Maino DM. With this or upon this. Optom Vis Dev 2007;38(2):57-58.
• Maino DM. Playing the game Optom Vis Dev 2007;38(1):5-6.
• Maino DM. It’s a small, small world after all. Viewpoints. 2007;vol 40 (3):1,7. (Colorado Optometric Association reprint)
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: ICO and IOA pack a powerful punch. J Ill Optom Assoc 2007 Win;65(5):33.
• Goodfellow GW. Review of a singular view: the art of seeing with one eye. Optom Vis Dev 2007 38(3):105.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: optometry’s the place to be. J Ill Optom Assoc 2007 Sum;65(3):15.
• Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. ASCOTech: just fun and games. Optom Educ 2007 Spr;32(3):69.
• Keith, JF. Skorin, L. Book review of the Handbook of Neuro-Ophthalmology and Orbital Disease, 2nd Edition. Robert L Tomsak, MD, PhD. Mark R. Levine, MD, FACS. Clinical & Refractive Optometry 2007; 18(7): 21. Reprinted in Clinical & Surgical Ophthalmology 2007; 25(11): 408.
• Lonsberry, B., Wyles, E., Goodwin, D., Casser, L., Lingel, N.J. Cornea. Clinical Ocular Pharmacology, fifth edition. Bartlett, J.D., et al., 2007
• Flynn Roberts, M, Book Review. Nutrition across the Life Span. Optom Vis Dev, 2007; 38(4)150.
• Maino DM, Goodfellow GW. ASCOTech: e-portfolios: using electrons for learning. Optom Educ 2007 Win;32(2):63.
Peer Reviewed Publications
• Barnhardt, C, Block, SS, Deemer, B, Tyler, AJ, DeLand, P. Color Vision Screening for Individuals with intellectual disabilities: A comparison between the Neitz Test of Color Vision and Color Vision Made Easy™. Optometry 2006;77(5): 211-216.
• Berry-Kravis, E, Krause, SE, Block, SS, Guter, S, Wuu , J, Leurgans, S, Decle, P, Potanos, K,Cook, K, Salt, J,Maino, D, Weinberg, D,Lara, R, Jardini, T, Cogswell, J, Johnson, SA, Hagerman, R. Effect of CX516, an AMPA-Modulating Compound, on Cognition and Behavior in Fragile X Syndrome: A Controlled Trial. J of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology 2006:16 (5): 525-540.
• Brewer S, Van Eerd D, Amick III BC, Irvin E, Daum K, Gerr F, Moore S, Cullen K, Rempel D. Workplace interventions to prevent musculoskeletal and visual symptoms and disorders among computer users: a systematic review. J Voc Rehab 2006; 16(3): 317-350.
• Lee, D., Color Changes in the red-green plates of the 50 Year Old AO HRR Color Vision Test, Visual Neuroscience, 23:3&4,681-684, 2006.
• Pilon AF, Newman TL, Messner LV. Neurosensory detachment of the macula arising from a fractured inner limiting membrane secondary to chronically elevated intra-ocular pressure. Optom Vis Sci. 2006; 83:415-20.
• Pang, Y., Maino, D., Zhang, GM., and Lu, F. Myopia: can progression be retarded? Optom Vis Dev. 2006, 37(2): 75-79.
• Pang, Y., Rose, T. Rapid growth of pterygium following photorefractive keratectomy. Optometry. 2006 Oct; 77(10):499-502.
• Kuszak, J.R., Mazurkiewicz, M., Jison, L.R.A., Madurski, A., Ngando, A., and Zoltoski, R.K. (2006) Quantitative analysis of animal model lens anatomy is related to fiber structure and organization. Vet Ophthalmol 9,5: 266-280
• Kuszak, J.R., Mazurkiewicz, M., and Zoltoski, R.K. (2006) Computer modeling of secondary fiber development and growth: I. Nonprimate lenses. Mol Vis 12: <http://www.molvis.org/molvis/v12/a28/> .
• Tahir S, Maino DM. The Young Child with Capillary Hemangioma: Case Report and Review. Optom Vis Dev 2006: 37(1): 27-31
Book Chapters and Non-Peer Reviewed Papers
• Allison CL. Book Review: Optometric Management of Learning Related Vision Problems, 2nd ed., Scheiman and Rouse, 2006. Optometry and Vision Science, Vol. 83, No. 10.
• Maino DM. It’s Small! It’s Alive! And It’s in your Chair! Optom Vis Dev 2006;37 (3):89-90.)
• Maino D, Goodfellow G. E-Portfolios: Using electrons for learning. Optom Ed. 2007;32(20):63.
• Maino DM. The hero. Optom Vis Dev 2006; 37(4):161-62.
• Cron M, Goss D, Maino DM. 2005 Annual literature review. Optom Vis Dev 2006;37(4):175-230.
• Maino DM. It’s Small! It’s Alive! And It’s in your Chair! Optom Vis Dev 2006;37 (3):89-90.
• Maino DM. Stereo Sue(lotions)! Optom Vis Dev 2006:37(2):49-50.
• Maino DM. Diversity thy name is Optometry. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(37)1:5-6.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: student participation at convention a success. J Ill Optom Assoc 2006 Win;64(5):32.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: international visitors at ICO. J Ill Optom Assoc 2006 Fal;64(4):15-17.
• Goodfellow GW. ICOasis: fire destroys ICO's neighbor-Pilgrim Baptist Church. J Ill Optom Assoc 2006 Spr;64(2):12-13.
• Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. ASCOTech: techno diversity. Optom Educ 2006 Spr;31(3):75.
• Gunderson G., Teague S. Soft Contact Lenses for Astigmatism. In Manual of Contact Lens Prescribing and Fitting (Third Edition) Butterworth Heinemann. St Louis. 2006.
• Jurkus J. Writing a Resume, newOD, suppliment to Optometric Management, pp11-12 April 2006
• Jurkus J. Patient selection for contact lens wear, chapter 4, Manual of Contact Lens Prescribing and Fitting, MM Hom textbook, Elsevier 2006
• Kattouf, V. Visual Development, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the Pediatric Patient, Robert Duckman 2006
Part III – Chapters : Options in Strabismus / Options in Amblyopia
• Nguyen M. “Consider surgical management of glaucoma in pregnant women.” Primary Care Optometry News 11 (2): 20. Dec 2006.
The Illinois College of Optometry holds professional accreditation from the Accreditation Council on Optometric Education of the American Optometric Association, which is a member of the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The College is also accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, from which ICO received the strongest possible endorsement from an accrediting body. The degree program curriculum is also approved by the State of Illinois Department of Veteran Affairs.