Dr. Renée Reeder received her OD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1996. She did her residency in cornea and contact lenses at Indiana University before joining the faculty at ICO in 1997. She holds the rank of associate professor and serves as chief, Cornea Center for Clinical Excellence. While at ICO, she developed the contact lens residency program and has been recognized with Dean’s awards for cutting-edge teaching and for excellence in leadership. Her classroom responsibilities include lecturing on eyelid disease, medical microbiology and assisting with contact lens and physical diagnosis laboratories. In addition, to lecturing to students, Dr. Reeder is active in research and continuing education in the areas of dry eye, keratoconus, and specialty contact lenses. She is a Diplomate in the Cornea and Contact Lens Section of the American Academy of Optometry and a Fellow of the British Contact Lens Association. Dr. Reeder is past president of the Westmont Lions Club. She has been honored for her community service with a 2008 Lions of Illinois Foundation Fellow; as one of Illinois Jaycees’ Ten Outstanding Young People of 2009; and as a District 1-J Golden Lion Award for 2010.
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