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Erica Schulman, OD


Assistant Clinical Professor

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Bio

Dr. Schulman joined the University Eye Center in 2011. She has previously served at Woodhull Medical Center and as a consultant to the New York City Department of Health. Dr. Schulman received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the SUNY College of Optometry in 2010 and completed a residency in vision therapy and rehabilitation in 2011. She engages in clinical research at the Clinical Vision Research Center

Dr. Erica Schulman in the News:
CBS New York: Children With Eye Problems May Be Misdiagnosed With ADD
CBS New York: Smartphones, Tablets, And Laptops Could Cause ‘Digital Vision Syndrome’

Specialties

Eye Care for Adults, Eye Care for Pre-School and School-Aged Children, Learning Disabilities, Vision Therapy

Affiliations and Recognition

Fellowship certification in College of Optometrists in Vision Development

Education

OD, SUNY College of Optometry, 2010
BA, SUNY Binghamton, 2006

Residency

Dr. Irwin B. Suchoff Residency Program in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, SUNY College of Optometry, New York, NY, Vision Therapy and Rehabilition, 2011

Board Certified

American Board of Optometry Board Certification, 2013

Publications

Cooper J, Schulman E, Jamal N. Major Review of the Current Status on the Development and Treatment of Myopia. Optometry 2012 May 31;83(5):179-99.

Cooper J, Eisenberg N, Schulman E, Wang F. Maximum Atropine Dose Without Clinical Signs or Symptoms. Optometry and Vision Science (2013); 90(12):1467-1472. 

Research

OPUS-2, a Phase 3 Study Investigating the Use of Lifitegrast in Adults with Dry Eye Disease
Role: Sub-invesitgator (PI: Tracy Nguyen, O.D., PhD) 
Funding: SARcode, Bioscience, Inc
Status: Completed

Determination of Maximum Dose of Atropine Not Causing Signs or Symptoms
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Jeff Cooper, O.D., M.S.)
Funding: Schnurmacher Institute for Vision Research Grant
Status: Paper published in Optometry and Vision Science December 2013

Contact Lens Association in Youth (CLAY)
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Kathryn Richdale, O.D., PhD)
Funding: Alcon Laboratories/Ciba Vision
Status: Completed

Topcon OCT Standard Operating Procedures
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Mitchell Dul, O.D., M.S.)
Funding: Topcon
Status: Completed

Limbal Ring Contact Lens Study
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Kathryn Richdale, O.D., PhD)
Funding: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care
Status: Completed

Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG)
Role: Sub-investigator on CITS, HTS, IXT and ATS clinical trials
(PI: Marilyn Vricella, O.D., FCOVD)
Funding: NIH-NEI
Status: Currently enrolling for ATS18

EBI-005 Dry Eye Study
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Kathryn Richdale, O.D., PhD)
Funding: Eleven Biotherapeutics
Status: Enrollment closed

InFocus: Controlling Myopia Progression Through Optical Interventions
Role: Sub-investigator (PI: Kathryn Richdale, O.D., PhD)
Funding: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care
Status: Currently enrolling

Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial – Attention and Reading Trial
Role: Principal Investigator
Funding: NIH-NEI
Status: Currently enrolling