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Dr. Richard J. Madonna is currently Professor and Chairman of the Department of Clinical Education and Director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education at the SUNY State College of Optometry.
He has lectured nationally and internationally on glaucoma, therapeutic drugs, retinal diseases, and ophthalmic imaging. He is a co-author of the texts, Emergency Care in the Optometric Setting and The Photoreceptor Integrity Line: As Revealed by Spectral Domain OCT.
He recently received the Alumnus of the Year Award from the SUNY College of Optometry’s Alumni Association as well as the New York State Optometric Association's Award as New York State Optometrist of the Year. He is a member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society. Dr. Madonna was formerly Director of the Optometric Residency Program at the VA Hudson Valley Health Care System, and was formerly Chief of the Optometry Section at the VA Medical Center in Castle Point, New York.
SUNY State College of Optometry, OD, 1985
SUNY College at New Paltz, MA, 1979
SUNY College at New Paltz, BA, 1975
Honors and Awards
2012: SUNY College of Optometry Alumni Association Alumnus of the Year
2011: New York State Optometrist of the Year as awarded by the New York State Optometric Association
2005: Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
2004: NYSOA Distinguished Achievement Award
2001: NYSOA Arthur M. Gottlieb Award Leadership Award
Sherman J, Yannuzzi L, Madonna RJ, Nath S, Bababekova Y. The Photoreceptor
Integrity Line – As Imaged by Spectral Domain OCT. Lulu Press, 2009.
Heiberger MH, Madonna RJ, Nehmad L. Emergency Care in the Optometric Setting.
Most Recent Articles
Gunvant P, Newcomb R, Kirestein E, Maliniovsky V, Madonna RJ, Meetz RE. Measuring accurate IOPs: Does Correction Factor Help or Hurt? Clin Ophthalmol 2010: 4:611-16
Bathija BB, Bass S, Madonna RJ, Dayan A. Choroidal neovascularization in a young, healthy eye after LSIK. Optometry 2010 (Dec): 81:632-7.
Nehman L, Madonna RJ. Optimizing the Use of FDT Perimetry in Community Screenings. Optom Vis Sci 2008; 85:559-65.