Dr. Maino is an AOA spokesperson on 3D Vision Syndrome and has been interviewed by news media extensively on this subject. He edits Optometry & Vision Development, authored 200 books/chapters/articles, and has given more than 100 lectures worldwide. His latest book is: Visual Diagnosis and Care of the Patient with Special Needs (Lippincott). He is also the associate, consulting and/or contributing editor/manuscript reviewer for numerous publications. Dr. Maino is an adjunct professor, Centro Boston de Optometria, in Madrid, Spain, and provides eye care for those with intellectual disability and psychiatric illness at Neumann Family Services in Chicago. He’s also an internationally recognized expert on oculo-visual problems of children and adults with disabilities. His research interests include special populations, pediatrics, and binocular vision dysfunction. He is an avid Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn user and blogs excessively! His hobbies include singing in the church choir, blogging and photography.
The Illinois College of Optometry’s mission is “Excellence in Clinical Education.” All we do is built upon these four words. All we do for our students, our patients and the profession of optometry is built upon these four words. We mean excellence you can measure. ICO has routinely performed better than other schools on NBEO examinations. Our faculty and students offer excellent care, as measured by patient surveys. And our faculty is recognized for their excellence in all areas, as measured by the awards, recognition and international presentations they are asked to give. Excellence. That is why future students should join ICO’s family.