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The Anatomical Eye By Dr. Lisa Ostrin

Dr. OstrinLisa Ostrin, OD, PhD, studied studio art in college then went on to attend the University of Houston College of Optometry, where she now teaches human gross anatomy and ocular anatomy in the optometry program.

She combined her background in art and training in vision science and anatomy to create a line of optometry- and science-related pins and jewelry in her Etsy shop.

science jewelry from the anatomical eyeShe also published “Anatomy of the Human Eye: A Coloring Atlas,” available on Amazon.

The inspiration for this book, with more than 80 digitally drawn ocular anatomy images with complete anatomical descriptions, stems from many years of developing tools to help students and optometrists study and review ocular anatomy.


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