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Sherrol Reynolds, O.D.

Sherrol Reynolds
Associate Professor
Chief of Advanced Ophthalmic Care and Specialty Testing, The Eye Care Institute
Chief of Primary Care, The Eye Care Institute-Davie

Dr. Sherrol A. Reynolds received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida and attended NSU College of Optometry where she earned her Doctor of Optometry in 1996 and pursued a residency in primary care optometry.

She recently rejoined the faculty at NSU College of Optometry of Optometry after being there for nearly twenty years. Prior to returning she was an optometric liaison for Your Eye Specialist working alongside noted glaucoma, retina and cornea specialists for about one-year. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry and the Optometric Retinal Society. She served as an investigator in numerous research studies and has published multiple publications on ocular disease.

Apart from her passion in academia, Dr. Reynolds serves as the current President of the National Optometric Association (NOA). She was awarded the National Optometric Association (NOA) Optometrist of the Year in 2013. She also serves as chair of the Florida Optometric Association Healthy Eye Healthy People committee and the NOA’s liaison to the National Eye Institute (NEI) National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP).  She also serves as a volunteer member of the Prevent Blindness Scientific Advisory Committee. She is a monthly columnist for the Optometric Management Journal Retina column for the past three years.

Dr. Reynolds spends a great deal of time giving back to the community. She oversaw multiple community service events promoting vision and health care access to underserved communities. She participated in the NSU Jamaica Medical Mission trip, an international outreach mission to underserved communities in rural Jamaica, for the past fifteen years. She also mentors at risk high school student in Broward county through the Women of Tomorrow (WOT) mentoring and scholarship program for over ten years.


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