John Gialousakis, OD

John Gialousakis, OD
Assistant Clinical Instructor
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Overview

Dr. John Gialousakis joined SUNY College of Optometry in 2014, and is currently an assistant clinical professor. Dr. Gialousakis supervises third and fourth year students in the specialty contact lens clinics. He received his Doctor of Optometry from SUNY Optometry in 2014, and completed a cornea and contact lens residency in 2015. His areas of expertise include contact lens applications for keratoconus, orthokeratology, presbyopia, pediatric aphakia, and post-trauma/post-surgical, as well as prosthetics. He serves as the instructor of record for Contact Lens II: Advanced Contact Lens Fitting, as well as the elective course: Advanced Topics for Gas Permeable Contact Lenses. He also serves as a member on the optometry program (OD) admissions committee. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry.

Affiliations and Recognitions

Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry
Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry

Education

Education

OD, SUNY College of Optometry, 2014
BS, Hofstra University, 2009

Residency

SUNY College of Optometry, Cornea and Contact Lens, 2015

Research

Publications

Managing Exposure Keratitis Secondary to Lagophthalmos with Scleral Lenses; Poster presented at Global Specialty Lens Symposium 2016, Las Vegas, NV
The Use of Europa Scleral Lenses in a Patient with Advanced Keratoconus; Poster presented at Global Specialty Lens Symposium 2015, Las Vegas, NV
The Fitting of a Prosthetic Soft Contact Lens in a Patient with a Boston Keratoprosthesis; Poster presented at American Academy of Optometry 2014, Denver, CO

Lectures

Incorporating Gas Permeable Contact Lenses in a Primary Care Setting; Presented at SUNY Resident’s Day Symposium, March 2015, New York, NY
What’s Going on Here? When Contact Lenses are Working and Not Working; Presented at SUNY Grand Rounds, May 2015, New York, NY
Hot Topics in Anterior Segment; Presented at Envision, October 2016, New York, NY