Jenelle Mallios, OD
Dr. Jenelle Mallios is currently the acting section chief of the Pediatrics service at SUNY. She joined the University Eye Center in 2014 as an assistant clinical professor and is now the instructor of record for the Pediatric Optometry and Vision Development course. She previously served as an instructor of ophthalmology at the New England Medical Center/Tufts Medical Center and as a pediatric optometrist and clinical attending at Eye Care for Kids in Boston. She has also been an adjunct clinical professor at the New England College of Optometry. Dr. Mallios received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry in 2010 and completed a residency there in 2011. In 2011 she received the AOF Dr. Terrence Ingraham Pediatric Optometry Residency Award. Dr. Mallios has worked with the Clinical Vision Research Center conducting research on myopia control in children, adult amblyopia (LUMA), and other topics.
OD, New England College of Optometry, 2010
New England College of Optometry, Pediatrics, 2011
Clinical Vision Research Center
Sub-investigator; InFocus Myopia Control Study
Funding: Vistakon; Johnson & Johnson
PI: Kathryn Richdale, OD, PhD
Smart Vision Autorefractor
Funding: Smart Vision Labs
PI: Kenneth Cuiffreda, OD, PhD and Mark Rosenfield, OD
Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group
Clinical Invesitgator/ Masked Examiner
IXT2: A Randomized Clinical Trial of Observation vs Occlusion Therapy for Intermittent Exotropia
Site: Tufts Medical Center and Eye Care for Kids
ATS 17: A Randomized Trial of Levodopa as Treatment for Residual Amblyopia
Site: Eye Care for Kids
Computerized Visual Acuity Measurement Protocol Study II
Site- New England College of Optometry
Comparing whether two commercially available computerized visual acuity systems measure visual acuity in the same way as a “gold standard” system while using pediatric (Lea and Patti Pics) optotypes
Examining visual acuity for these tests as a function of refractive error and induced blur
Investigating the confusability of Lea symbols and Patti Pics symbols as a function of refractive error and induced blur
Comparing various crowding conditions in a pediatric population during a screening format
October 2011; Mallios, Jenelle; Harb, Elise; Mayer, Luisa D.; Deng, Li. “The Effects of Crowding Conditions Using Patti Pics in Kindergarteners” Presented at the American Academy of Optometry 2011.
November 2010; Mallios, Jenelle; Harb, Elise; Sanborn, James; Mayer, Luisa D.; Deng, Li. “Optotype Response Errors and Confusion for Two Pediatric Tests in Adults and Children” Presented at the American Academy of Optometry 2010.
November 2009; Mallios, Jenelle; Harb, Elise; Mayer, Luisa D.; Deng, Li; Moore, Bruce. “Comparison of Two Computerized Visual Acuity Systems to a ‘Gold-Standard’ Test for Pediatric Populations” Presented at the American Academy of Optometry 2009.
May 2007; Kharas Gregory B.; Xue Tian; Huynh Trang H.; Lyons Thomas W.; Macartney Lani A.;Smith Dylan; Mallios Jenelle L.; Nguyen Nancy; Sandifer Jamie L.; Stankovich Daniel S.; Szwajnos Joanna J. ; Tadros Hakam I. “Novel copolymers of styrene and halogen ring-disubstituted 2-cyano-N,N-dimethyl-3-phenyl-2-propenamides” Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A. 44(5)
July 2012, July 2013; Mallios, Jenelle, “Refraction” Presented for Tufts Ophthalmology residents
February 2012, January, September 2013; Mallios, Jenelle, “Amblyopia” Presented for Tufts Ophthalmology residents
March 2011; Mallios, Jenelle, “If it Walks Like a Duck, and it Sounds Like a Duck, then it is Probably Not a Zebra” Presented at Grand Rounds for the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA
October 2010; Mallios, Jenelle, “Sight Unseen” Presented at Grand Rounds for the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA
November 2009; Mallios, Jenelle. “AION vs. POAG” Presented at Grand Rounds with the Regional VA hospital in Grand Rapids, MI.
October 2009; Mallios, Jenelle. “Horner’s Syndrome” Presented at Grand Rounds with the Regional VA hospital in Grand Rapids, MI.
July 2009; Mallios, Jenelle; Kran, Barry. “Ignorance is Not Always Bliss: Case Study about Carbohydrate Deficient Glycoprotein Syndrome type 1” Presented at Grand Rounds for the Special Populations rotation in Boston, MA.