About the Doctor:Dr. Han specializes in neuro-optometric rehabilitation with a clinical interest in the evaluation and management of Visual Snow Syndrome. Serving as a full-time Associate Clinical Professor and the Residency Program Supervisor for the Vision Rehabilitation (Brain Injury Emphasis) Residency, she is involved in both the didactic and clinical training of optometric students, externs, and residents within the Vision Rehabilitation Service as well as seeing patients.
Dr. Han is well-published, having co-authored poster presentations, several peer-reviewed articles, and book chapters related to vision therapy, pediatrics, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. She has lectured domestically and internationally in China and Italy in the areas of acquired brain injury and vision therapy. She has been invited to speak about “Vision Deficits and Acquired Brain Injury” to interdisciplinary rehabilitation specialists at the North Shore-LIJ (now Northwell) Transitions of Long Island Annual Symposium, Burke Rehabilitation Center in Westchester, and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
SUNY College of Optometry. Patients are evaluated within the Vision Rehabilitation Service (Vision Therapy, Visual Perceptual, Learning Disabilities, Low Vision, Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation – Brain Injury)