After his graduation from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Dr. Greene first practiced in New York City as a staff member at the Helen Keller Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired where he trained in Low Vision Care. In 1984, after moving to North Carolina, he co-founded Ocutech, a developer of vision aids for the visually impaired. He joined the ophthalmology faculty at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 1991 where he developed the vision rehabilitation service and rose to the rank of clinical professor.
At Ocutech, Dr. Greene has been the principal investigator on over $1.5 million in NIH (US) and Ontario (Canada) Ministry of Health grant funding to develop telescopic low vision aids. Dr. Greene is widely published and presents lectures and courses internationally on managing the needs of the visually impaired. In 1999 Dr. Greene with his colleagues at Ocutech received the Winston Gordon Award presented by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. In 2008 he received the William Feinbloom Career Achievement Award from the American Academy of Optometry for his work in visual impairment.
Evaluation & Treatment of Tunner & Hemianopic Visual Field Defects
Enhancing Distance Vision for the Visually Impaired
Low Vision Workshop
Bioptic prescribing workshop