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Erin Rueff, OD

Dr. Erin Rueff received her Doctor of Optometry degree from The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Optometry. Upon graduation, she completed the Cornea and Contact Lens Advanced Practice Fellowship at OSU. After fellowship, she continued at OSU as a clinical instructor and completed a PhD in Vision Science. In 2018, she joined the faculty at the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University. Dr. Rueff’s research interests include contact lens discomfort and compliance. She enjoys teaching students in the clinic and classroom on contact lens and general optometry topics. Her clinical interests include multifocals, gas permeable and scleral contact lenses, keratoconus, and dry eye.

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Resources
Low Astigmatism, Big Impact
Eyecare June 22nd, 2022
Low Astigmatism, Big Impact

Learn how correction with toric contact lenses for low astigmatism can lead to better vision and greater overall patient satisfaction.

Managing Discomfort in Contact Lenses
Eyecare January 17th, 2019
Managing Discomfort in Contact Lenses

Managing discomfort in contact lenses is as an art and a science. Sometimes, we must dig far deeper than ocular surface issues and look at refractive error.