Scott Morrison, OD

Dr. Scott Morrison
Assistant Clinical Professor
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Dr. Morrison has been an assistant clinical professor at the University Eye Center since 1985. He received his Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY in 1985. Dr. Morrison lectures in the Integrative Seminar Course and supervises fourth year interns in all aspects of primary care optometry. Dr. Morrison’s private practices in New Paltz and Montgomery, NY also serve as clinical rotation sites for fourth year students.

Affiliations and Recognition

Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry
Ambassador for New York State, American Board of Optometry



OD, SUNY College of Optometry, 1985
BA, Queens College, 1981

Board Certified

American Board of Optometry, 2014


Published Papers

“Not-So-Simple Red Eye”- Co-authored with Jerry Sherman, OD. Gary Oliver, 00, September 1997, Optometric Management


American Academy of Optometry, 12/2001 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mitochondrial Deletion Syndrome and Suspected Ocular Myasthenia in a 6 year old: A Case Report

American Academy of Optometry,12/1999 Seattle, Washington, Prader-Willi (PW) Syndrome- A Case Report

American Academy of Optometry,12/1997 San Antonio. Texas, Thrombosis of the Lateral Transverse Sinus with Sudden Onset Esotropia and Papilledema in a 5 year old

American Academy of Optometry,12/1996 Orlando, Florida Primary Epithelial Tumor of the Lacrimal Sac – A Case Report

American Academy of Optometry,12/1/1995 New Orleans, Louisiana, Progression of Neurosyphilis by Concurrent Infection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus- A Case Report