UNSW SOVS Welcomes Dr Jaya Sowjanya Siddireddy to the Eye Research Group

Jaya Sowjanya Siddireddy is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the School of Optometry and Vision Science. Her PhD degree was conferred in 2018 from University of New South Wales. In her PhD, Sowjanya evaluated clinical, microbiological and biochemical aspects of eyelids and their effect on comfort during contact lens wear. Sowjanya is part of Eye Research Group at School of Optometry and Vison Science, UNSW that works in close association with eye care industry to evaluate and develop innovative eye care products.

Vale: Michael Knipe AM

The School of Optometry and Vision Science staff were saddened to hear of the death of Micheal Knipe, AM, after an illness. Micheal had a distinguished career with roles in  Optometry Australia both state and nationally, Optometry Giving Sight and Provision.  He is particularly remembered by us for being instrumental in affiliation between UNSW and the Royal Hobart Hospital eye clinic. The clinic facilitated training for optometrists to gain therapeutic endorsement over more than 10 years.

Asylum Seeker Centre Eye Clinic visits Government House in Sydney

Dr Blanka Golebiowski and the team from the Asylum Seeker Centre (ASC) Eye Clinic, including optometrists Layal Naji and Homma Ebrahimi, were invited to an official reception at Government House in Sydney.  The event was enjoyed by all and was an excellent occasion to speak with the founders of the ASC, other members of the ASC health care team and of course his excellency the governor David Hurley.

Humans of SOVS: Brian Cheng

It was from watching shows like Masterchef, Iron chef and My Kitchen Rules that set me on the track to becoming a foodie. I don’t cook but I do appreciate the skills you need to have to be a good chef. The place doesn’t have to be fancy either. You can find amazing food from takeaway restaurants or street food. Not spending as much can also be a good thing for managing your expectations. Bad food becomes a greater disappointment when you paid too much for it! 


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