Azinda M Morrow, OD

Assistant Clinical Professor
Advanced Care


Dr. Azinda Morrow is an assistant clinical professor at the SUNY College of Optometry / University Eye Center and responsible for clinical supervision of students and residents in both the Cornea / Contact Lens and Myopia Control clinics. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY Optometry in 2017 and completed her residency in Cornea and Contact Lenses at the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, IL in 2018. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Morrow also engages in clinical research through the Clinical Vision Research Center. Dr. Morrow is also a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and a member of the American Optometric Association.


  • OD, Doctor of Optometry, SUNY College of Optometry , 2017
  • BS, Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, University of California, Davis, 2013

Residency/Other Post Graduate Training

  • Cornea / Contact Lens Resident - Illinois College of Optometry / Illinois Eye Institute, 2018


  • New York State Optometry License - New York State Education Department Office of the Professions, 2018


  • Award of Excellence in Contact Lens Patient Care, 2017
  • Lifetime Member, 2017
  • Lifetime Member, 2017
  • Memorial Award for Volunteer Commitment to Community Service , 2017

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Clinical Professor , SUNY College of Optometry , 2018 - Present

Research Interests

- Contact lenses
- Myopia control

Clinical Interests

– Specialty contact lenses
– Myopia control
– Keratoconus / irregular cornea
– Ocular surface disease


  • What You Can Learn from Lids, Review of Optometry 156 (1): 55-59 55-59, 2019
  • Hydrops it Like it’s Hot, Review of Optometry 155 (11): 91-92 91-92, 2018


  • Rapid Fire: Myopia Management, 2020
  • Myopia Control: Past, Present, and Future, 2020
  • Detection and Management of Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency, 2018
  • Bullous Keratopathy: Current Management and What's On the Horizon, 2018
  • From the Ground Up: Building a Soft Prosthetic Lens, 2018
  • Tinted Gas-Permeable Contact Lens Fitting in a Patient with a History of Temporary Keratoprosthesis, 2017
  • Contact Lens Options for Presbyopic Astigmats, 2017



  • 2020 - Present : Curriculum Committee - Member

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