PhD, MSc (Optom), BSc
Professor Michael Kalloniatis gained his Optometry and Master's degrees at the University of Melbourne followed by a PhD at the University of Houston, Texas, studying colour vision processing in the monkey visual system. He continued his work in the USA after his PhD, studying retinal circuitry as a NIH support research fellow.
in 1991, Prof Kalloniatis returned to the University of Melbourne and established a neuroanatomical laboratory and a visual psychophysics laboratory. In 2001 he was appointed the Robert G Leitl Chair and Head of the Department of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of Auckland. In 2009, he moved to Sydney to take up the role as Director for the Centre for Eye Health and Professor at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
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Dr Barbara Zangerl
PhD, MSc (Vet Med), BSc
BOptom (Hons), GradCertOcTher