- Patients: What to Expect
- Eye Health
Angelica is currently a principal staff optometrist and the integrated care coordinator at the Centre for Eye Health. She obtained her Bachelor of Optometry (Hons), graduate certificate in ocular therapeutics and her PhD on “Multimodal evaluation of macular structure and function in age-related macular degeneration” from UNSW Australia. Since joining the CFEH team in 2011, Angelica is regularly involved in the provision of cutting-edge clinical care using advanced imaging. She is committed to improving the standard of care in optometry through undergraduate and postgraduate continuing education initiatives. She has a passion for evidence based optometry, ocular disease and clinical research. Her areas of interest include pigmented fundus lesions and macular disease. Angelica has presented at several ARVO and Australian based optometry conferences and events, and has articles published in Optometry and Vision Science, Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, Clinical and Experimental Optometry and Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science.