Myopia Control & Scleral Lens Specialist
Dr. Morrison is a native of Alberta. She served on faculty at the University of Houston College of Optometry as a clinical instructor for the myopia control clinic, and as chief of the Contact Lens and Cornea clinic at the University Eye Institute. We are proud to have such an accomplished and well respected Optometrist here at Mission Eye Care.
Education & Accreditation
She studied at Pacific University College of Optometry, where she earned her Doctor of Optometry and completed a Masters Degree in Vision Science, with a research focus on scleral contact lenses and specialty contact lens design. Dr. Morrison went on to be awarded placement to a highly competitive residency in cornea & contact lenses, which she also completed at Pacific University and the Portland Veteran Affairs Hospital.
Her academic and clinical accomplishments are well renowned in the eye care world and she appreciates being regularly invited to lecture internationally about specialty contact lenses and myopia control. She has expertise in contact lens fitting for patients of all ages and eye conditions including: medically necessary lenses for infants, scleral lenses for Keratoconus or severe dry eye, and orthokeratology (OrthoK) for myopia control.
Professional Dedication & Research
Dr. Morrison is a fellow and board member of the Scleral Lens Education Society,
editorial reviewer for the Journal of Contact Lens Research & Science, and a founding
member of the Canadian Contact Lens Academy. She has been published in numerous
academic journals including Eye and Contact Lens, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, Review of Optometry, Contact Lens Spectrum, Review of Myopia
Management, and the Journal of Contact Lens Research & Science. She is also a
researcher and clinical consultant for numerous leading companies in the eye care
She is committed to providing and preserving vision through excellent comprehensive
eye care for all ages and is currently welcoming new patients.