Dr. Emily Wiecek is a residency-trained pediatric optometrist with a PhD in clinically-based psychophysical assessment. She studied quantification of visual function at Schepens Eye Research Institute. Following her optometry degree at New England College of Optometry, Dr. Wiecek completed a residency in pediatric optometry, where she was trained at several Boston-area hospitals.


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  1. Association between post-concussion symptoms and oculomotor deficits among adolescents. Brain Inj. 2021 08 24; 35(10):1218-1228. View abstract
  2. Clinical Update on Metamorphopsia: Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Imaging. Curr Eye Res. 2021 May 17; 1-15. View abstract
  3. Vergence, accommodation, and visual tracking in children and adolescents evaluated in a multidisciplinary concussion clinic. Vision Res. 2021 Jul; 184:30-36. View abstract
  4. Spatial-frequency dependent binocular imbalance in amblyopia. Sci Rep. 2015 Nov 25; 5:17181. View abstract
  5. Metamorphopsia and letter recognition. J Vis. 2014 Dec 01; 14(14):1. View abstract
  6. Novel quantitative assessment of metamorphopsia in maculopathy. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2014 Nov 18; 56(1):494-504. View abstract
  7. A statistical analysis of metamorphopsia in 7106 amsler grids. Ophthalmology. 2015 Feb; 122(2):431-3. View abstract
  8. Metamorphopsia and interocular suppression in monocular and binocular maculopathy. Acta Ophthalmol. 2015 Jun; 93(4):e318-20. View abstract
  9. Effects of peripheral visual field loss on eye movements during visual search. Front Psychol. 2012; 3:472. View abstract
  10. Visual search with image modification in age-related macular degeneration. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2012 Sep 25; 53(10):6600-9. View abstract