February 6, 2020
Recently my good friend and colleague Rob Holloway published an excellent paper on the eye condition known as ‘Christmas Eye’, which is an acute toxic corneal inflammation that occurs during the hot, dry summer months in south eastern Australia. This condition usually occurs any time from mid-November until late February, hence the name Christmas Eye.
January 16, 2020
Steve Newman, innovator and genius
In my 35 years working in contact lens practice, I can honestly say that I have not met anyone as brilliant or amazing as my good friend Steve Newman. Originally trained and employed as a cartographer, Steve began his career in contact lenses because of a personal interest in contact lens wear. More precisely, Steve could not understand why no one could develop a toric soft contact lens that would successfully correct his high degree of astigmatism.