Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences University, School of Optometry

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences University, School of Optometry

The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University, School of Optometry(MCPHS) offers a student-oriented, learner-centered program designed to provide a world-class education leading to a Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree. The four-year program uses the latest in instructional technology to assure that its graduates possess a state-of-the-art education necessary to diagnose and manage the wide variety of ocular and systemic conditions encountered in today’s intense clinical settings.

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Hepatolenticular Degeneration

Quick Boards Review: Hepatolenticular Degeneration Wilson’s Disease, also known as Hepatolenticular Degeneration, is a rare, autosomal recessive mutation in the ATP7B gene.1 This mutation causes a decrease in serum ceruloplasmin which is an important chaperone protein that aids in removing copper in the body.2 This is detrimental because when copper is not removed from the body, it …

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Practicing Optometry in New Jersey

Are you planning on completing optometry school and practicing in New Jersey, AKA the Garden State? If so, here are some things you need to know! As you may or may not know, optometry is a legislated profession. This means that optometrists are subject to state regulations, and each state holds their own set of rules and …

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Welcome to the new

Welcome to OptometryStudents! Here, we strive to empower and inspire future doctors of optometry to be strong advocates for the profession. As an optometry student, you have the opportunity to make a significant impact on our profession and your future patients. Through our resources and community, we aim to cultivate a sense of pride and …

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