Dr. Susan Cotter

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SUSAN A. COTTER, O.D., M.S.

PERSONAL BACKGROUND

Home Address: 808 E. Union Ave

Fullerton, CA 92831

Business Address: Southern California College of Optometry 

Marshall B Ketchum University

Fullerton, CA 92831

Business Phone: (714) 449-7488

E-mail: scotter@ketchum.edu

Cell phone: 714-463-7575

Date of Birth: April 1, 1957

Place of Birth: Chicago, IL

EDUCATION

B.S., Biology, Cum Laude, Loyola University, Chicago, IL, 1979

Doctor of Optometry, Cum Laude, Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, IL, 1983

Residency in Children's Vision, Southern California College of Optometry, Fullerton, CA, 1984

M.S., Clinical & Biomedical Investigations, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Los AACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, Division of Clinical Education, Illinois College of Optometry, 1984–1988 

Private Practice, Southland Eye Associates, Olympia Fields, IL, 1988–1997

Associate Professor, Division of Clinical Education, Illinois College of Optometry, 1988–1997

Professor, Division of Clinical Education, Illinois College of Optometry, 1997

Professor of Optometry, Southern California College of Optometry, Marshall B Ketchum University, 1997 – Research Professor, Dept. of Ophthalmology, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, 20Vice Chair, Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG) network, 2008 – 2014

Executive Committee, Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG), 2001–2006, 2007–2014, July 2015 Guest Professor, Central South University, Changsha, China, 2015-2020

In-coming co-Chair, PEDIG network, Jan 2017 – present; position to begin Jan 2019

AWARDS AND HONORS

Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Fraternity, Illinois College of Optometry, 1981

Tomb & Key Honor Fraternity, Illinois College of Optometry, 1982

Charlotte H. Potter Memorial Award, Illinois College of Optometry, 1983

Fellow, American Academy of Optometry, 1987

Fellow, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, 1990

Diplomate, Binocular Vision, Visual Perception, & Pediatric Optometry Section, American Academy of OptoGarland W. Clay Award for Excellence in Writing, American Academy of Optometry, 1993

Dr. Walter Chase Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Southern California College of Optometry, 2000Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. Dr. Richard Hemenger Research Award, Southern California College of Optometry, 2002

William C. Ezell Fellowship, American Optometric Foundation, 2003

Centennial Honoree, Southern California College of Optometry, 2004

A.M. Skeffington Award for Excellence in Optometric Writing, College of Optometrists in Vision DevelopmeAlumna of the Year, Illinois College of Optometry, 2010

Excellence in Optometric Education Award, California Optometric Association, 2011

Dr. Walter Chase Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Southern California College of Optometry, 2011

Behavioral Scholar in Residence, New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA, 2012

Glenn A. Fry Medal for Distinguished Achievements in Vision Research, The Ohio State University College oDr. Richard Hemenger Faculty Research Award, Southern California College of Optometry, 2016

Student Teaching Awards

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1989, Illinois College of Optometry, 1988

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1990, Illinois College of Optometry, 1989

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1991, Illinois College of Optometry, 1990

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1992, Illinois College of Optometry, 1991

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1993, Illinois College of Optometry, 1992

Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, Class of 1998, Illinois College of Optometry, 1997

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2000, Southern California College of Optometry, 1999

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2001, Southern California College of Optometry, 2000

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2002, Southern California College of Optometry, 2001

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2003, Southern California College of Optometry, 2002

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2004, Southern California College of Optometry, 2003

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2006, Southern California College of Optometry, 2005

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2007, Southern California College of Optometry, 2006

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2009, Southern California College of Optometry, 2008

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2011, Southern California College of Optometry, 2010

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2012, Southern California College of Optometry, 2011

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2013, Southern California College of Optometry, 2012

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2015, Southern California College of Optometry, 2014

Teacher of the Year, Class of 2018, Southern California College of Optometry, 2017

NATIONAL ADVISORY / CONSULTANT ROLES

External Advisory Committee Member, Vision in Preschoolers (VIP) Study, National Eye Institute, 2000–200Classification of Eye Movement Abnormalities & Strabismus (CEMAS) Working Group, National Eye InstitutScientific Review Panel Member, National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health

• Special Emphasis Panel - ZEY1-VSN (02), 2001

• Cooperative Agreement Review Committee - ZEYI VSN (01), 2007 

• Training Grant Applications Review Committee - ZEY1 VSN (06), 2008

• Special Emphasis Panel ZEY1 VSN 04, April 2012

• NEI Loan Repayment Review Committee, April 2013

• Special Emphasis Panel ZEY1 VSN 04, April 2014

• NEI Loan Repayment Review Committee, April 2014

• Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group 2014/10 ZEY1 VSN (05), August 2014

• Special Emphasis Panel ZEY1 VSN (01), NEI Cooperative Agreement (UG1) and Clinical Trial Planning GrApplications, July 2018

Scientific Program Committee, Fourth U.S. Symposium on Ocular Epidemiology, National Eye Institute, 20Scientific Review Panel Member, National Science Foundation SBIR Program, Medical Instrumentation, 2Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. Pediatric Vision Advisory Committee, Prevent Blindness America, Member 2008–2011

Fight for Sight, Project Grant Reviewer for Research Strategy Advisory Group, 2012

National Expert Panel, National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health, May 2010 – Dec 2012

National Advisory Committee for National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health, Dec 2012 – present

Prevent Blindness Joanne Angle Investigator Award, Review Panel Member, 2014, 2015

Invited Panelist/Speaker for first meeting of the Institute of Medicine’s Committee for Public Health ApproReduce Vision Impairment and Promote Eye Health (IOM-HSP-14-24) April 2015

Scientific Review Panel Member, NIH / National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, SpeciaPanel, 2015-10 SBIR Health Disparities Review ZEB1 OSR-E (O1), June 24, 2015

Invited Participant, Lasker/International Retinal Research Foundation’s Initiative for Innovation in Vision ScAmblyopia, August 2015, March 2016; Report completed April 2017

Co-Chair of Targeted Session: Early Diagnosis of Amblyopia and New Approaches

Data and Safety Monitoring Board Member, National Eye Institute project: Improving Quality Vision OutcoManaged Care Setting While Reducing Cost by Use of Accurate, Automated Screening (1R44EY025926-August 2015 – present

Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Reviewer Making Eye Health a Population Health Imperative: Vision for Tomorrow, 2016

Other Consultant Roles

Consultant: Welch Allyn Vision Screening Advisory Group, June 2016 - present

NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Academy of Optometr

Ellerbrock Continuing Education Committee, 1992–1993

Admittance Committee, Ad-Hoc Member, 1992–1994

Binocular Vision, Perception, & Pediatric Optometry Section

• Vice-Chair, Diplomate Program 1992–1994 

• Chair, Diplomate Program, 1994–1996 

• Vice-Chair, 1996–1998

• Program Chair, 1998–2000

• Section Chair, 1998–2000

• Immediate Past Chair, 2001–2003

• Diplomate Case Report Reviewer, 1992–present 

Faculty Liaison for Illinois College of Optometry, 1993–1995

Director, Illinois Chapter of the AAO, 1994–1995

Continuing Education Committee, 1996 International AAO Meeting, 1995–1996

Writing Committee, Position Statement on Vision, Learning Disabilities, and Dyslexia, 1996–1997

Writing Committee, Joint Organizational Policy Statement on Vision Therapy, 1998–1999

Nominating Committee, 1999–2002

Editorial Board, Journal of Optometry & Vision Science, 1999–2004

Topical Editor, Optometry & Vision Science, 2006–2010, 2012 – present

Research Committee, 2008 – 2012

Board of Directors, October 2011 – present

American Academy of Ophthalmology & American Academy of Optometry Joint Symposium Task Force for Board of Directors, Finance Committee Member, 2017 - present

Optometry & Vision Science, Long-range Business Planning Committee, 2017 – present

Search Committee for AAO Executive Director, 2018 - 2019Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. World Society of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Scientific Bureau Member, 2016 - present

American Optometric Association (and State/Local)

Board of Directors, Chicago-South Suburban Society, Illinois Optometric Association, 1989–1992

Journal of the American Optometric Association (Binocular Function Editor), 1991–1996 

Education Executive Committee, Illinois Optometric Association, 1993–1995

Clinical Expert Review Panel, Consultant and Author, American Optometric Association

• Clinical Practice Guideline on Amblyopia, 1993–1994

• Clinical Practice Guideline on Strabismus, 1993–1995

• Clinical Practice Guideline on Accommodative and Vergence Disorders, 1996–1998

Residency Consultant, Council on Optometric Education, 1993–1996

Pediatric, Binocular Vision, & Perception Committee, 1995–1999

Consultant & Writing Committee

• Position Statement on Vision, Learning Disabilities, and Dyslexia, 1996–1997

• Joint (AOA & AAO) Organizational Policy Statement on Vision Therapy, 1998–1999

Senior Residency Consultant, ACOE: Residency Program Evaluation, 1996 – present

Clinical Programs Committee Manpower Pool, 1997–1998

Committee for Updating the Guidelines for Preventive Care, 1997–1998

Council on Research member, 1997 – 2015

Optometric Residency Committee, Accreditation Council on Optometric Education, 1999–2003

Continuing Education Committee, Optometry’s Meeting, 2012 – 2015

Stakeholder Panel, Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline Development of the Pediatric Eye and Vision Guideline, 2014-2015

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

Member, 1983 - present

College of Optometrists in Vision Development

External Insurance Committee, 1990–1996

Editorial Council, Journal of Optometric Vision Development, 1991–1992

Special Task Force for Liaison with Colleges during the Annual Meetings, 1991–1994, Chair 1992–1994

Authored column, Strabismus & Amblyopia Abstracts, Journal of Optometric Vision Development, 1993–19International Examination and Certification Board, 1995–1998

Program Advisory Council, 1996–1997

National Education Advisory Task Force, 1998

Skeffington Award Committee, 2009–2011, Chairperson 2009

Society for Clinical Trials 

Education Committee, 2007–2008

Association for Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO)

Task Force on Functional Standards for Didactic and Clinical Optometric Education, 1997–1998

Mentor for Summer Institute for Faculty Development Program, 2013, 2017

National Board of Examiners in Optometry

Item Writer, 1995–1999

Part I - Applied Basic Science (ABS) Refraction Examination Development Committee, 2011 – 2016

Part I - Applied Basic Science (ABS) Council member, 2016 – 2018Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. COLLEGE COMMITTEES / SERVICE

Marshall B Ketchum University

Faculty Senate Director representing Optometry, 2015 – 2018

Southern California College of Optometry 

Faculty Tenure Committee, 1997–1998, 2000–2003

Residency Committee, 1998–2000

Faculty Merit & Promotion Committee, 1998–2000

Continuing Education Committee, 1998–2008

Ad-Hoc Professor Emeritus Committee, Chair 1999

Faculty Research Committee Chair, 1999–2001, 2004–2005; Member 1997–2010, 2012-present

Institutional Review Board, 1999–2000

Faculty Council Executive Committee, Director, 2000–2003

Student Evaluations Committee-Ad Hoc, 2001

Student Professional Attire & Conduct Committee, 2008–2009

Faculty Emeritus Committee, Chair, 2008–2009

Faculty Discipline Committee, 2008–2009

Ad-Hoc Committee for AY 2008 Faculty Merit, 2010-2012

Faculty Workload Committee, 2009–2010

Faculty Sabbatical Committee, 2006–2009, 2011 – present; Chair 2006–2009

Ad-Hoc Committee for Walter Chase Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, 2012

Faculty Promotion & Tenure Committee, 2012–2018, Chair 2018–present

Ad-hoc Student Code of Conduct Committee, 2015

Dean’s Advisory Committee, 2016-2017

Ad-Hoc Professor Emeritus Committee, 2017

Faculty Recruitment Committee, 2017– present

Ad-Hoc Committee for Dr. Richard Hemenger Faculty Research Award, 2018

Illinois College of Optometry

Academic Appeals Committee, 1984–1985

Faculty Representative, Faculty Relations Committee, Board of Trustees Annual Meeting, 1985 

Dean’s Curriculum Committee, 1985–1986

Faculty Selection Committee, 1985–1988

Faculty Promotions Committee, 1985–1988

Faculty Travel Committee, 1985–1988

Chairperson, Binocular Vision / Pediatric Optometry Curriculum Revision Committee, 1985–1986

Admissions Committee, 1985–1993

Faculty Seminar Series Committee, 1986–1987

Coordinator, Clinical Proficiency Evaluations and Remediation Program, Binocular Vision & Pediatric ServicChairperson, Clinical Remediation Task Force, 1991

Coordinator, Residency in Pediatric Optometry & Binocular Vision, 1994–1997

Faculty Liaison to American Academy of Optometry, 1993–1995

Student Promotions Committee, Ad-Hoc Member, 1994

Binocular Vision Curriculum Review Committee, 1994

Committee to Review Faculty Examinations, 1996–1997Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. THESES COMMITTEES – SERVED AS COMMITTEE MEMBER

Masters Defense Committe

• Laura Chan, Thesis title, A Pilot Study of Short-Term Changes in Ocular Components in Myopic and Non-MAdults After Light Therapy, New England College of Optometry, December 2016

• Ping Nutthakit Arthihirannorapat, Southern California College of Optometry, Marshall B Ketchum Unive- 2016 – 2018; Committee member

FUNDED STUDIES

Vision Therapy for Intermittent Exotropia (1991–1992)

Executive Planning Committee & Investigator 

NIH-NEI R21 EYO9633 (PI – B. Wick)

Convergence Insufficiency and Reading Study (CIRS) (1995–1996)

Executive Committee & Investigator

Grant from College of Optometrists in Vision Development

Myopia Development in Children (Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Refractive Error Study) (1997–Principal Investigator at SCCO site 2004–2007 (Investigator 1997–2004)

NIH-NEI U10-EY08893 (PI: K. Zadnik)

Clinical Trials in Strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology (1997 – present)

NIH-NEI U10 EY11751-11 (PI R. Beck, followed by R. Kraker; current 2014-2019; funding to begin Jan 2019 -• In-coming co-Chair, PEDIG network, Jan 2017 – present; position to begin Jan 2019

• Vice Chair, Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG) network, Nov 2008 – Dec 2014

• Operations Committee, Nov 2008 – Dec 2014; Jan 2017 - present

• Executive Committee, 2001–2006, 2007–2014, July 2015 - present

• Steering Committee, Amblyopia Treatment Study (ATS) (for all ATS studies), 2001 – 2015

• Strabismus Steering Committee, 2009 – 2015

• ATS 1: Operations Subcommittee (2000-2002); Investigator

• ATS 2: Planning Committee Member & Investigator 2001–2003; Writing Committee

• ATS -3 Pilot: Planning Committee Member 2000; Writing Committee; Investigator 2000–2002

• ARS 3: Planning Committee Member (2001–2002); Writing Committee; Investigator (2002–2005)

• ATS 4: Co-Protocol Chair (2002–2003); Planning Committee Member (2001–2002); Writing Committee; 2002–2003

• Intermittent Exotropia Observational Study (IXOS); Planning Committee Member (2002–2009)

• ATS 5: Co-protocol Chair, 2003–2005: Planning Committee Member; Writing Committee; Investigator 2• ATS 6: Planning Committee Member; Investigator (2005–2008)

• ATS 7: Planning Committee Member, Investigator (2004–2006)

• ATS 8: Co-Protocol Chair & Planning Committee, 2003–2008; Writing Committee; Investigator 2005–20• ATS 9: Planning Committee Member; Investigator (2005–2008)

• ATS 10: Planning Committee Member (2005); Investigator (2005 – 2008)

• ATS 11: Planning Committee Member (2006 –2007); Investigator (2006 –2009)

• ATS 12: Planning Committee Member (2005 – 2009); Writing Committee

• ATS 13: Protocol Chair, Planning Committee Member; Writing Committee; Investigator (2006–2010)

• Central Corneal Thickness Study; Investigator (2008 – 2009)Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. • ATS 15: Planning Committee & Investigator, Planning Committee, Investigator, 2009 – 2013

• ATS 16: Planning Committee & Investigator, Planning Committee, Investigator, 2009 – 2013

• Intermittent Exotropia Trial-2: Co-protocol Chair, Planning Committee, Writing Committee, Investigatopresent

• Hyperopia Treatment Study (HTS): Planning Committee Member, Writing Committee, and Investigator• Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Study (CITS): Planning Committee Member, clinical site for pilot sCommittee, and Investigator, 2009 – 2014

• Intermittent Exotropia Study-3: A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial of Overminus Spectacle Therapy for InExotropia: Planning Committee Member, 2010 – 2014; Investigator 2014 - 2015

• Binocular Computer Activities for Treatment of Amblyopia: Planning Committee Member, 2012 – 20142014 - 2016

• Strabismus Registry Planning Committee Member, 2012 – 2014

• Refractive Surgery for Anisometropia Planning Committee Member, 2015 – 2017

• Bifocals versus Single Vision Lenses for Treatment of Amblyopia Planning Committee Member, June 20• ATS 22: Binocular Therapy for Amblyopia Treatment, Chair of Planning Committee, 2017- 2018

Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (2000–2002)

Planning Committee Member, Principal Investigator at SCCO Site 

NIH-NEI R21 EY13164-01 (PI – M. Scheiman)

PIR-205: A One-Year Multi-Center, Double-Masked, Placebo-Controlled, Safety & Efficacy Study of 2% PirOphthalmic Gel in Children with Myopia (FDA IND 57,300) (2000–2002)

Principal Investigator at SCCO site

Valley Forge Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

PIR-205A: A Second Year of Treatment in a One-Year Multi-Center, Double-Masked, Placebo-Controlled, PSafety & Efficacy Study of 2% Pirenzepine Ophthalmic Gel in Children with Myopia (2001–2003)

Valley Forge Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Principal Investigator at SCCO site

Multi-Ethnic Pediatric Eye Disease Study (2002–2012)

Co-Principal Investigator, NIH-NEI U10 EY014472 (PI – R. Varma)

Open Label Study of 2% Pirenzepine Ophthalmic Gel in Children with Myopia (2002–2004)

Principal Investigator at SCCO site

Valley Forge Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (2004–2008)

Principal Investigator, SCCO, NIH-NEI 1 U10 EY014709

Vice-Chair & Executive Committee Member for CITT; NIH-NEI U10 EY01473 (Scheiman)

Accommodative Performance in Children 

Role: Co-Principal Investigator at SCCO site; R01 EY 014460 (Candy PI); SCCO subcontract 2010-2013

Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial – Attention & Reading Trial (2014–2019)

Principal Investigator, SCCO at Marshall B Ketchum University, NIH-NEI 1 U10 EY022595-01A1

Vice-Chair & Executive Committee Member for CITT-ART, NIH-NEI 1 U10 EY022599-01A1 (Scheiman)Susan A. Cotter, O.D., M.S. Childhood Atropine for Myopia Progression (CHAMP): A 3-Arm Randomized, Double-Masked, Placebo-CoPhase 3 Study of Atropine Sulfate Ophthalmic Solutions (NVK-002) in Children with Myoia. NCT03350620 present)

Co-Principal Investigator, SCCO at Marshall B Ketchum University, Sponsored by Nevakar, LLC

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Editorial Board Member

Journal of the American Optometric Association (Binocular Function Editor), 1991–1996

Journal of Optometric Vision Development, 1992–1999

Optometry and Vision Science, 1999–2004

Optometry and Vision Science, Associate Topical Editor, 2006–2010, 2012–2016

Journal of Optometry, 2008 – presen

Journal Reviewer

American Journal of Epidemiology

Archives of Ophthalmology

Binocular Vision & Strabismus Quarterly

BMC Ophthalmology

British Journal of Ophthalmology

Clinical and Experimental Optometry

Current Eye Research

Expert Review of Ophthalmology

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Journal of Optometric Vision Development

Journal of the American Academy of Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus

Journal of the American Optometric Associatio

Journal of Optometry

Journal of Vision

Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics

Ophthalmic Epidemiology

Ophthalmology

Optometry and Vision Science

Progress in Retinal & Eye Research

Review of Optometry

Scientific Reports - Nature

Survey of Ophthalmology

Vision Research


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