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Dr. Hadassa Rutman is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, Primary Care and Head Trauma departments. Dr. Rutman received a BA in Biology from Yeshiva University in 2002, and her for O.D. from SUNY Optometry in 2007.
Dr. Rutman joined the College faculty in 2008, after completing a residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation. She is the 2010 recipient of the FCOVD award.
H. Rutman, Audra Steiner, Optometric Remediation of Amblyopia Post Unilateral Cataract Extraction. COVD 2009
H. Rutman, M.H. Ester Han, Thuy-Hien Nguyen, Optometric Vision Therapy in Management of Monocular Elevation Deficit: A Case Report. AAO 2008
H. Rutman, Current Research Trends of Parvocellular and Magnocellular Pathways in Visual Development. Major Presentation, SUNY College of Optometry; 2008
H. Rutman, Hyperviations and Syndromes: What to “Look” for in a Primary Care Examination. Minor Presentation, SUNY College of Optometry; 2007
H. Rutman, A. Sherman. Peripheral Awareness Techniques for Moderate Longstanding Hypertropias. SUNY College of Optometry, New York, NY. COVD 2007
H. Rutman. Case Report: Is Rubella Responsible for these Retinal Findings?. AAO 2007