Dr. Mark Bullimore OD

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Dr. Bullimore is a senior clinical scientist with demonstrated leadership skills, broad regulatory expertise and over 20 years’ experience as a vision scientist and optometric educator at major research universities. He currently serves as the Dean of Southern California College of Optometry. He is an internationally recognized thought leader on the topic of Orthokeratology and myopia control.


He has served in many positions of leadership in the eye care industry including Development Director, American Optometric Foundation, 2009-2013, President, American Optometric Foundation, 2004-2008, Ophthalmic Devices Panel, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 1997–2000, Editor, Optometry and Vision Science, Journal of American Academy of Optometry, 1996-2004, Associate Editor, Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, and the Journal of the College of Optometrists from 2011-present.


He has published 85 peer-reviewed scientific papers, cited over 4,000 times, presented over 100 scientific and educational lectures in 11 countries. He has been awarded the Eminent Service Award by the American Academy of Optometry, has been granted United States Patent #08/753,640, 1998 and has been quoted in the New York Times and Scientific American and is completing a PhD in Orthokeratology and visual optics.

Dr. Mark Bullimore OD
Dr. Mark Bullimore OD

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