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    • Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO, FCOVD-ACurrent Position:Professor of Pediatrics and Binocular VisionIllinois College of Optometry Illinois Eye Institute 3241 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago, Ill. 60616Voice: 312-949-7282 Fax: 312-949-7358 E-mail: dmaino@ico.eduAdjunct Professor of Pediatrics and Binocular VisionCentro Boston de Optometria C/ Fernando El Santo, 2128010 Madrid SpainPrivate Practice:Northwest Optometric Associates, Ltd. 4970 N. Harlem Ave. Harwood Heights, Il. 60706Voice: 708-867-7838 Fax: 708-867-5869 nw.optometry.netEducation:Masters Degree in Education (M.Ed.) College of Education, University of Illinois at ChicagoDoctor of Optometry (O.D.), Illinois College of OptometryIllinois Visually Handicapped Institute ExternshipLewis UniversityBachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) Beloit CollegeResidency:Founding Resident Pediatrics/Binocular Vision: Illinois College of Optometry/Illinois Eye InstituteCertification:Diagnostic Pharmaceutical AgentsTherapeutic Pharmaceutical AgentsLeadership/Administrative Positions Held:Several leadership/administrative positions held including: ICO Presidential Advisory Committee,Assistant Director of Clinics, Coordinator Eye Care & Treatment Program, Chief of thePediatrics/Binocular Vision Service, President Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Association,Director, Institute for Advanced Competency Post-graduate Continuing Education Program,Consultancies/Advisory Boards/Content ExpertMedico-legal consultant to law firms, serves on various advisory boards, and is often used by theoptometric profession and national media as a content expert in binocular vision, disabilities andpediatric eye care.
    • Honors:Numerous honors from the Order Sons of Italy (Leonardo Da Vinci Award), National Academiesof Practice (Distingished Practitioner), Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, College ofOptometrists in Vision Development, Optometric Editors Association, The Easter Seal Society ofMetropolitan Chicago, Inc. and other sources.Publications:More than 200 books, book chapters, monographs, websites and articles covering a wide rangeof topics from computers to the patient with special needs and photography.Journals/Other Publications:Editor, consulting editor, contributing editor and peer reviewer for numerous publications.Grants:Fifteen grants submitted with 10 funded (including more than $350,000 for support of the IllinoisCollege of Optometry/Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago Eye Care and TreatmentProgram and $45,000 from the Grant HealthCare Foundation).Research:Oculo-visual problems of individuals with neuro-genetic syndromes, disabilities and binocularvision disorders as well as 3D Vision Syndrome.Presentations & Lectures:More than 100 national and international presentationsState License:Illinois #046-007058Drug License:Illinois Diagnostic Pharmaceutical Agentsllinois Topical/Oral Therapeutic Pharmaceutical AgentsProfessional & Community Service:Active in numerous professional, community, academic and church groups.Private Practice:Primary and specialized, diagnostic and therapeutic eye/vision care services provided in a privateoffice setting.Teaching:Currently teach or have taught in several courses/laboratories/clinics including Infant & ChildDevelopment, Vision Care of Special Populations, Anomalies of Binocular Vision, Strabismus &Amblyopia, Vision & Learning, Pediatric/Binocular Vision Service, and the DevelopmentalDisabilities Service, Primary Care Service 2
    • Publications (Articles/Books/Abstracts):Taub M, Bartuccio M, Maino D. (Eds) Visual Diagnosis and Treatment of The Patient with Special Needs; LippincottWilliams & Wilkins (in press 2011-12) Steel G, Maino D. The Life Cycle Approach to Care for Patients with Special Needs Woodhouse M. Maino D. Down Syndrome Berrry-Kravis E, Maino D. Fragile X Syndrome Schnell PH, Maino D, Jespersen R. Psychiatric Illness and Associated Oculo-visual Anomalies Maino D, Donati, R, Pang, Viola S, Barry S. Cortical PlasticityMaino D, Schlange D. Improving vision function in the patient with traumatic brain injury. Published Abstract/Postersubmitted to the The International Brain Injury Associations Ninth World Congress on Brain Injury, Edinburgh, Scotland3/12.Chase C, Maino D. The Etiology of Asthenopia. Optom. 2011 (in press)Krause SE, Berry-Kravis E, Wuu J, Leurgans S, Guter SJ, Jr., Block S, Salt J, Cook E, Maino D, Lara R. VocabularyComprehension in Fragile X Syndrome: Comparative Analyses. Submitted for publication, American Journal on MentalRetardationSchlange D, Maino D, Caden B. The Fischer Fixtest for Fixation and Saccade Reaction Time Differentiates BetweenSymptomatic and Asymptomatic Adult Patients. Published Abstract/Paper presentation at the College of Optometrists inVision Development annual meeting Las Vegas, NV 10/11.Maino D, Goodfellow G. Educator, Preceptor, Researcher, Author and Techno-Geek! Optom Ed. 2011;36(4):AOA Project Team Member: See Well, Learn Well: 3D in the Classroom. Available fromhttp://www.3deyehealth.org/classroom.htmlMaino D. You can help your Patients See 3-D. Rev Optom. 2011;148(10):54-63.Schlange D, Caden B, Maino D. The Interrelationship of Five Oculomotor Diagnostic Tests and their Associated BinocularVision Correlates. Published abstract American Academy of Optometry meeting, Boston, MA 10/11Maino D. The number of placebo controlled, double blind, prospective, and randomized strabismus surgery outcomeclinical trials: none!. Optom Vis Dev. 2011;42(3):135-138.Goodfellow G, Maino D. Information Technology Literacy: The Fourth R. Optom Ed;2011;36(3):123-124.Maino D, Chase C. Asthenopia: A Technology Induced Visual Impairment. Rev Optometry. 2011;June Supplement Part 2:28-35. Available from http://www.revoptom.com/cmsdocuments/2011/6/0611_b+l_13thedition.pdf last accessed 7-11Maino D, Goodfellow G. Optometry’s there’s an app for that! Optom Ed;2011;36(2):60-62. (Goodfellow was mistakenly listed as firstauthor when published)Maino D. The 3 D Vision Syndrome: A Case Report. American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting 2010, SanFrancisco, CA 11/10 (published abstract) available from http://www.slideshare.net/DMAINO/3d-vision-syndrome lastaccessed 7-11Maino D, Feis, A. Trisomy 8, Turners Syndrome & Triple X: A Case Report. American Academy of Optometry AnnualMeeting 2010 San Francisco, CA 11/10 (published abstract) Available from http://www.slideshare.net/DMAINO/maino-d-trisomy-8-turners-syndrome-triple-x-aao-2010 last accessed 7-11Maino D. Brock String Debuts at 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. Optom Vis Dev 2011;42(1):6-9.Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTech: Technology Can Help Students with Learning Disabilities Succeed. Optom Ed2010;36(1):16-18.Maino D. Words. Optom Vis Dev 2010;41(3):130-132Maino D. A distant memory: Near to the heart. OEP Student Newsletter. 09/01/10: 2 (reprinted from Maino D. A DistantMemory: Near to the Heart. J Behav Optom 2010;21(2):52)Maino D. DMM scope of practice data series: ophthalmology. Optom Vis Dev 2010;41(2):66-69.Maino D, Goodfellow G. Yoda and Mr. Clean on TV and in a Digital Universe. Optom Ed 2010:35(4);92-95 (available athttp://www.opted.org/files/public/JOE_SUMMER_2010.pdf )Maino D. A Distant Memory: Near to the Heart. J Behav Optom 2010;21(2):52. 3
    • Maino D. The binocular vision dysfunction pandemic. Optom Vis Dev 2010;41(1):6-13.Maino D, Schlange D, Donati R. Bakouris C, Nikoniuk M. A Gun Shot to the Head: Oculo-visual & Perceptual Anomalies.International Congress of Behavioral Optometry/Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association 2010. Ontario, CA 4/10(published abstract)Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTech: World Wide Web as Easy as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 Optom Ed 2010;35(2):62-3 available fromhttp://www.opted.org/files/public/JOE_WINTER_2010_FINAL.pdf assessed 03/10Maino D. Identify Binocular Vision Disorders. Optometric Management. 2009;(12) available athttp://www.optometric.com/article.aspx?article=103756 (accessed 1/10)Maino D. One time around the sun. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(4):210-215.Pang Y, Trachimowicz R, Castells D, Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. Optic Nerve Heads in Pediatric African AmericansUsing Retina Tomography. Optom Vis Sci. 2009 Dec;86(12):1346-51.Maino DM, Goodfellow G. Digital Social Networking and Health Care Education. J Optom Ed. 2009 35(1):19-21 availableat http://www.opted.org/files/public/JOE_FALL_2009_final.pdf accessed 10/09Maino DM. Viola, SG, Donati R. The Etiology of Autism. Opt Vis Dev 2009:(40)3:150-156.Viola SG, Maino DM. Brain anatomy, electrophysiology and visual function/perception in children within the autismspectrum disorder. Opt Vis Dev 2009;40(3):157-163.Maino DM. Partly cloudy with a chance of Meatballs. Opt Vis Dev 2009:(40)3:134-135.Maino D. Borg Certification: Resistance is Futile. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(2):70-71.RJ Donati RJ, Maino DM, Bartell H, Kieffer M. Polypharmacy and the Lack of Oculo-Visual Complaints from those withMental Illness and Dual Diagnosis.Optometry 2009;80:249-254.Maino D. Experiment. Optom Vis Dev 2009;40(1):6-10.Maino D. Neuroplasticity: Teaching an Old Brain New Tricks. Rev Optom 2009. 46(1):62-64,66-70. (Tested ContinuingEducation Course)Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTech: Make Way, Old Dog. Optom Ed 2009; 34(2):52-53.Maino D. An Open Letter to David K Wallace, MD, MPH (and other disbelievers and holders of outdated and biasedopinions and beliefs). Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(4):178-180.Maino D. The airline’s manual of practice management for optometry. Optom Vis Dev 2008:39(3):111-112.Maino D. Greatness. Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(2):55-56.Sands W, Taub M, Maino D. Limited research and education on special populations in optometry and ophthalomology.Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(2):60-61.Maino D. The seven habits of highly successful writers. Optom Vis Dev 2008;39(1):7-8.Maino D. Post LASIK Diplopia & Esotropia. Optom Vis Dev 2007;38(4):185-6 (published abstract)Maino D. FCOVD-A+. Optom Vis Dev 2007;(38)4:145-46.Cron MT, Goss DG, Maino DM. 2006 Annual Review of the Literature. Optom Vis Dev 2007; 38(4):161-84.Maino D. Optometry: A primary eye and vision care profession for all ages. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(38)3:97-98.Maino D. Sports Vision Magazine. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(38)3:105-106. (review)Goodfellow, G, Maino D. ASCOTech: Just fun and games? Optom Ed 2007;32(3):69.Maino D. With this or upon this. Optom Vis Dev 2007;38(2):57-58.Maino D. Playing the game Optom Vis Dev 2007;38(1):5-6.Maino D. It’s a small, small world after all. Viewpoints. 2007;vol 40 (3):1,7. (Colorado Optometric Association reprintof Maino D. It’s Small! It’s Alive! And It’s in your Chair! Optom Vis Dev 2006;37 (3):89-90.) 4
    • Maino D, Goodfellow G. E-Portfolios: Using electrons for learning. Optom Ed. 2007;32(20):63.Maino D. The hero. Optom Vis Dev 2006; 37(4):161-62.Cron M, Goss D, Maino D. 2005 Annual literature review. Optom Vis Dev 2006;37(4):175-230..Berry-Kravis E, Krause SE, Block SS, Guter S. Wuu J, Leurgans S, Decle P, Potanos E, Cook E, Salt J, Maino D, et alEffect of the AMPAKINE® COMPOUND CX516 on cognition and behavior in Fragile X syndrome. J Child AdolescPsychopharmacol 2006; (5): 525–540Maino D. It’s Small! It’s Alive! And It’s in your Chair! Optom Vis Dev 2006;37 (3):89-90.Pang Y, Maino D, Zhang G, Lu F. Myopia: Can its progress be controlled? Optom Vis Dev 2006;37(2):75-79.Maino D. Stereo Sue(lotions)! Optom Vis Dev 2006:37(2):49-50.Tahir S. Maino D. The Young child with capillary hemangioma: Case report and review. Optom Vis Dev 2006:37(1);27-31.Maino D. Diversity thy name is Optometry. Optom Vis Dev 2006;(37)1:5-6.Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTech: Techno diversity. Optom Ed 2006;(31)3:75.Maino D. In the arena. Optom Vis Dev. 2005;(36)3/4:133-4.Cron M, Goss D, Maino D. 2004 Annual literature review. Optom Vis Dev 2005;(36)3/4:161-238.Maino D. VAD: Very awesome developments (or Yes, Virginia….vision therapy does improve reading!). Opt Vis Dev 200536(2):69-70. (published in 2006)Maino D, Goodfellow G. The sound of one hand clapping. Optom Educ 2006;31(2):37.Maino D. Overview of special populations. In Scheiman M, Rouse M. (eds) Optometric management of learning relatedvision problems. St. Louis, MO: Mosby Inc. 2006;85-106.Maino D. Something much better than usual. Optom Vis Dev 2005;36(1):5-6.Goodfellow GG, Maino DM. ASCOTech: This isn’t your grandmother’s magnifier!. Optom Ed 2005;31(1):28.Cron M, Goss D, Maino DM. Annual review of the literature 2004. J Optom Vis Dev. 2004:35(3/4):148-223.Maino DM Of meetings and minds! J Optom Vis Dev 2004:35(3/4):129-130.Maino DM, Goodfellow G. ASCOTECH PDA: Pretty darn accessible. Optom Ed 2004;30(3):71.Maino D. Ophthalmology Causes Myopia! J Optom Vis Dev 2004;35 (2):67-69.Goodfellow G, Maino D. The Illinois Eye Institute Pediatrics/Binocular Vision Service. J Optom Vis Dev 2004;35(2):116-121.Maino D. What we love to hate. J Optom Vis Dev 2004;30(1):1-3.Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTECH: E-Learning: friend or foe. Optom Ed 2004;30(1):5.Maino D. dmPhotoArt (http://www.dmphotoart.net) 2000-07Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2004; 62(2):24-25.Maino D, Goodfellow G. A good pair of genes. Optom Ed 2004:29(2):40.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2004; 62(1):38-40.Maino D. Visual and vestibular consequences of acquired brain injury. (Book review) J Optom Vis Dev 2003:34(3):164.Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTECH: Is PowerPoint reaching your students. Optom Ed 2003:29(1):5.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2003; 61(4):26-27.Maino D, Goodfellow G. ASCOTECH: Managing managed care in the classroom. Optom Ed 2003:28(4):113.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2003; 61(3):26-27. 5
    • Goodfellow G, Maino D. ASCOTECH: Cutting edge therapy for binocular vision anomalies. Optom Ed 2003;28(3):29.Maino D. Consulting with schools. J Optom Vis Dev 2002;33:191. (Book review)Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2002; 60(5):52-53.Maino D. Can critical thinking be taught? ASCOTECH. Optom Ed 2002;28(1):6,31.Maino D. Be a PEEK Performer. 10/02 (Continuing Education Videotape sponsored by a $7000 grant from Cole Vision.)Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2002; 60(4):12-13.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2002; 60(3):16-18.Maino D. ASCOTECH: Web-enhanced courses for students. Optom Ed 2002;27(4):102,131.Coordinated theme issue (Winter 2002 Volume 27 Number 2) of Optometric Education, Journal of the Association ofSchools and Colleges of OptometryMaino D, Steele G, Tahir S, Sajja R, Attitudes of optometry students toward individuals with disabilities. Optom Ed2002;27(2): 45-50.Maino D. ASCOTECH: Online resources for special populations. Optom Ed 2002;27(2):42-43.Maino D. Special populations in the optometric curriculum. Optom Ed 2002;27(2):38-39.Cron MT, Ludlam WM, Maino DM. Annual review of the literature 2000.. J Vis Dev 2001;32(4):1185-252..Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2001; 59(5):46-48.Maino D. Dictionary of Visual Science: Book Review. J Optom Vis Dev 2001;32(3):179.Maino D. ICO faculty raise $43,000 for students. AOANews 2001; 40(6):12 (9-24-01)Maino D. The sky is not falling. J Ill Optom Assoc 2001; 59(4): 210-11.Maino D. Dr. Mainos Web Update: Prescription Drug Programs for Patients in Need. Review of Optometry websitehttp://www.revoptom.com/content.asp?page=body/articles/8_2001/ro196.htm accessed 8/01Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2001; 59(3): 22-23.Maino D. Dr. Mainos Web Update: June 2001 Get the Music in Your Presentations. Review of Optometry websitehttp://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0601maino.html accessed 7/01.Cron MT, Ludlam WM, Maino DM. Revision de los articulos publicados en 1999 en diferentes publicaciones cientificias.Cencias de la Optometria primer trimestre de 2001: no 30:6-23 (reprinted from Cron MT, Ludlam WM, Maino DM. Annualreview of the literature. 2001. J Vis Dev 2001;31(4):151-247.)Maino D (ed). Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Mosby-Yearbook Inc St. Louis, MO. 1995. ReprintedOptometric Education Program Foundation, Santa Anna, CA. 2001.Maino D. Its all about JAVA. Rev Optom 2001:138(4):136. (available athttp://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0301maino.htm)Maino D. Abstracts and web-updates. Optom Ed 2001;26(3):70-71,88.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2001; 59(2) (Spr): 24-26.Maino D. Tech Notes: Hey, BigShot! Rev Optom 2001:138(2):33-34.Maino D. Web-updates: Free Internet Service Providers (available at http://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0201maino.htm)2/01.Maino D, Tran S, Metha F. Side effects of chemotherapeutic oculo-toxic agents: A review. Clin Eye Vis Care 2001;12:113-117.McCarthy P, Maino D. Alport syndrome: A review. Clin Eye Vis Care 2001;12:139-150.Cron MT, Ludlam WM, Maino DM. Annual review of the literature 1999. 2001. J Vis Dev 2001;31(4):151-247. 6
    • Block SS, Brusca-Vega R, Pizzi WJ, Berry-Kravis E, Maino DM, Treitman T. Cognitive and visual processing skills andtheir relationship to mutation size in full and permutation female fragile x carriers.. Optom Vis Sci 2000;77 (11):592-599.Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2000; 58 (Win):28-30.Maino D. The WWW: Do you still only get what you pay for? Rev Optom 2000:137(11):31-32.Maino D. Web-updates: Web security issues revisited (available at http://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0800tech1.htm)2/01.Maino D. Atlas of Ophthalmology. J Optom Vis Dev. 2000:31(3), 145-146. (book review)Maino D. Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation. J Optom Vis Dev. 2000:31(3), 147. (book review)Maino D. Welcome to the TIAA-CREFF web center. Optom Ed 2000:26(1):24. (available athttp://www.opted.org/publications_columns26_1.cfm)Maino D. Websites for educators. Optom Ed 2000:26(1):26 (available athttp://www.opted.org/publications_columns26_1.cfm)Maino D. St. Bartholomew Choir Website. http://www.stbartschoir.netMaino D. St. Bartholomew Church Website http://www.stbarthotholomew.netMaino D. Giving directions on the information superhighway Rev Optom 2000:137(9):29. (Available athttp://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0900tech.htm)Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2000; 58 (4):28-31.Maino D. The whole mind: The definitive guide to complementary treatments for mind, mood and emotion. J Optom VisDev 2000;31(2):85-6. (book review)Maino D. Developing the dynamic vision therapy practice. J Optom Vis Dev 2000;31(2):88. (book review)Maino D. Power to the Palm: Drug data in your pocket. Rev Optom 2000:137(6):25. (Available athttp://www.revoptom.com/DEPT/ro0800tech.htm)Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 2000; 58 (3):40-43.Maino D. Reimbursement and managed care. Optometry 2000:71(3):143. (book review)Maino D. Vision care of special populations. Web-enhanced lecture course. http://www.blackboard.com/courses/CL377/2/2000Maino D. A fast lane to the web Rev Optom 2000:137(2):29-30. (Available athttp://www.revoptom.com/ro0200web/DEPTS/ro0200tech.htm)Maino D. Technological resources for the optometric educator. ASCOTECH Optom Ed 2000;25(2):42-43 (available athttp://www.opted.org/publications_columns25_2.cfm)Optometric Educators in Binocular Vision, Pediatrics and Development Website http://www.kids.optometry.net/ 1999-2000Singson C, Maino D. (Cherubism: Oculo-visual and visual perceptual manifestations.) Querubismo: manifestactionesoculo-visuales y visuoperceptiva. Ciencias de la Optometria (international journal) 1999; no 25/Cuarto trimestre:10-15.Maino D. Taking it to the Max? Rev Optom 1999:136(9):39-41. (Available athttp://www.revoptom.com/issue/ro09tech.htm)Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1999; 57 (4):33-37.Alesterlund L, Maino D. That the blind may see: A review: Blindsight and its implications for optometrists. J Optom VisDev 1999;30(2):86-93Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1999; 57 (3):42-44.Maino D. How to get the goods on them. How to hide the goods on you. Rev Optom 1999;136 (5):41-42..http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/ro05tech.htmMaino D. Coping with faculty stress: survival skills for scholars. Optom Vis Sci 1999;76(4)194. (book review) 7
    • Maino D. IcOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1999; 57 (2):24-26.Maino D. Myopia and near work. (book review) J Optom Vis Dev 1999;30(1):41.Maino D. Go to the tape and take it home. Rev Optom 1999;136 (3):431-42.http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/0399tech.htmMaino D. Four ways to deliver a healthy pediatric practice. Rev Optom 1999;136(2):72-77.http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/ro02f6.htmMaino D. Overcoming the Gray Box syndrome. Optom Man (supplement); 43(2):1999:11-S-12-S.Maino D. icOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1998;56(5):44-45Maino D. The vitality of senior faculty members. Snow on the roof-fire the furnace. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75(10):719 (bookreview)Maino D. VT your patients can take home. Rev Optom 1998;135(10):31. http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/ro10tech.htmMaino D. icOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1998;56(4):32-33.Maino D. Computers for Clinicians: Software and surfing tips. Optom Today 1998:6(8):28-9.Maino D. icOasis. J Ill Optom Assoc 1998;56(3):28-30.Maino D. Contact lenses by the numbers. Rev Optom 1998;135 (7):31. http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/0798TECH.HTMMaino D. Developmental disabilities in infancy and childhood. J Optom Vis Dev 1998;29(1):44-5. (book review)Maino D. The new faculty member: Supporting and fostering professional development. Optom Vis Sci 1998;75(4):242-3.(book review)Maino D. What’s new on CD-ROM and the Web. Rev Optom 1997;134 (3):27-8.http://www.revoptom.com/ISSUE/0398TECH.HTMMaino D. Low-tech labor relations 101. Rev Optom 1997;134(12):26.Maino D. The young child with developmental disabilities: An introduction to mental retardation and genetic syndromes. InMoore BD (ed) Eye care for infants and young children. Butterworth--Heinemann, Newton, MA.1997:285-300.Maino D. Applied concepts in vision therapy. J Optom Vis Dev 1997; 28(Fall):189. (book review)Maino D. Optometric management of reading dysfunction. J Optom Vis Dev 1997; 28(Fall):190-91. (book review)Maino D. (World Wide Web Page-author) College of Optometrist in Vision Development Websitehttp://www.optcom3.com/covd/index.html 1997Maino D. Understanding and managing vision defects: A guide for occupational therapists. Optom Vis Sci 1997:74(6)344-5. (book review)Maino D. Learning perimetry by CD-ROM. Rev Optom 1997:134(8):31.Maino D. It’s all on the web...if you can find it. Rev Optom 1997:134(5):29.Maino D. Neurofibromatosis suggests workup. J Am Optom Assoc 1997;68(4):267 (abstract)Maino D. Taking the pediatric case history. Rev Optom 1997;134(4):101,106.Maino DM. Rado ME, Pizzi WJ. Ocular anomalies of individuals with mental illness and dual diagnosis. J Am OptomAssoc 1996;67:740-8.Maino D. Technology: Brain primers, travel agencies and other web sites. Rev Optom 1996;133(12):25.Maino D. Technology: Get your computers to talk to each other. Rev Optom 1996;133(11):33.Downing-Baum S, Maino D. Case studies show success in OT-OD treatment plans. ADVANCE for OccupationalTherapists. 11/4/96:18, 54.Maino DM. Getting closer to the paper-less office. Rev Optom 1996;133(10):27. 8
    • Maino DM. There is no such thing as a free lunch...almost. Where you can get free email and more on the World WideWeb. Rev Optom 1996;133(9):70,74. (Email Directory 76-85)Maino D. The retina on CD-ROM. Rev Optom 1996;133(7):31.Maino D. Technology: New help for patients with field loss? Rev Optom 1996;133 (5):33.Maino D. Should optometry be online? J Am Optom Assoc 1996;67:174. (abstract)Maino D. Anomalous retinal correspondence and diplopia after strabismus surgery. J Am Optom Assoc 1996;67:176.(abstract)Maino D. Technology: A peak at how computers can change your practice. Rev Optom 1996;133 (3):43.Maino D. Technology: More CDs for ODs. Rev Optom 1996;133 (1):31.Langer KR, Maino DM. El sindrome de Rubinstein-Taybi (SRT). Ciencias de la Optometria 1995;10:10-15. (Translation ofearlier article Langner K, Maino DM. Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome: a review. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:247-252).McCartan MJ, Maino DM. Sindrome de Sturge-Weber (Caso Clinico) Ciencias de la Optometria 1995;9(4):18-23.(Translation of earlier article Sturge-Weber syndrome: a case report. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:228-232).Maino D. Clinical uses of prism: A spectrum of applications. High Performance Optom 1995;9(9):4. (book review)Published concurrently online at WWW http://www.webcom.com/~optcom/maino.htmlMaino D. Technology: CDs and CE for ODs. Rev Optom 1995;132 (10):39.Maino DM. Handbook for Pediatrics. High Performance Optom 1995;9(7):4. (book review) Published concurrently onlineat WWW http://www.webcom.com/~optcom/maino.htmlMaino D. Technology: The ODs guide to cyberspace: Four things you can do on the Internet. Rev Optom 1995:132(9)43-44,49-51,53,55,57.58-59,60,62-64. (OD email directory)Maino DM. Technology: Lessons from cyberspace. Rev Optom 1995;132(8):30.Maino DM. Humanity’s deadliest plague. High Perform Optom 1995;96:4 (book review) Published concurrently online atWWW http://www.webcom.com/~optcom/maino.htmlMaino D, Block S. Diagnostico y manejo delas poblaciones especiales. Ciencias de la Optometria 1995;8:14-16.(Translated from; Maino D, Block S. Diagnosis and management of special populations: The role of the developmentaloptometrist. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:219-221)Amin V, Maino D. The Fragile X female: Visual, visual perceptual, and ocular health anomalies. J Am Optom Assoc1995;66(5):290-95.Maino D. Developmental and Perceptual Assessment J Am Optom Assoc 1995;66(5):312 (book review).Maino D. Eye movement basics for the clinician. J Am Optom Assoc 1995;66(5):33 (book review).Maino D. Technology: Choose the right computer system for your practice. Rev Optom 1995:132(4):29.Maino D. Technology and Optometry: Internet, long distance diagnosis, among Academy highlights. Rev Optom 1995;132(2):31.Maino D, Block S. Diagnosis and management of special populations: The role of the developmental optometrist. J OptomVis Dev 1994;25:219-221.Todd M, Maino DM. Oculo-visual dysfunctions in the patient with Niemann-Pick disease. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:222-227.Dibler LB, Maino DM. Martin-Bell phenotype, Fragile X syndrome, and the very low birth weight child: The differentialdiagnosis. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;233-246.Langner K, Maino DM. Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome: a review. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:247-252.McCartan MJ, Maino DM. Sturge-Weber syndrome: a case report. J Optom Vis Dev 1994;25:228-232.Maino D. Computing: LVES: A new multi-use low vision device. Rev Optom 1994;131 (12):21.Maino D. Computing: New program offers on-screen drug information. Rev Optom 1994; 131 (10):29. 9
    • Frantz K, Peters R, Maino D, Gunderson G. Effect of resisting the tonometry procedure on intraocular pressure. J AmOptom Assoc 1994; 65:732-36.Maino D (ed). Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Mosby-Yearbook Inc St. Louis, MO. 1995.Maino D. Whats so special? In Maino D (ed). Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Mosby-Yearbook, Inc.,St. Louis, MO. 1995:ix.Wesson M, Maino D. Oculo-visual findings in Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and mental retardation with non-specificetiology. In Maino D (ed). Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Mosby-Yearbook, Inc. St. Louis, MO.1995:17-54.Schlange D, Maino D. Clinical behavioral objectives: assessment techniques for special populations. In Maino D (ed)Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations Mosby-Yearbook, Inc., St. Louis, MO. 1995:151-88.Maino DM, Maino JH, Cibis GW, Hecht F. Ocular health anomalies in patients with developmental disabilities. In Maino D(ed) Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations Mosby-Yearbook, Inc., St. Louis, MO. 1995:189-206.Maino D. Computing: Where optometrists meet electronically. Rev Optom 1994;131 (9);33,35-36,42,44,46.Maino D. Computing: Three books (remember books?) about the Internet. Rev Optom 1994;131 (8):30.Maino D. Computing: New programs for your practice and patients. Rev Optom 1994;131 (6):33.Libov A, Maino D. Prader-Willi syndrome. J Am Optom Assoc 1994;65:355-59.Maino DM, Kofman J, Flynn MF, Lai L. Ocular manifestations of Sotos Syndrome. J Am Optom Assoc 1994;65:339-46.Maino D. Computing: The Grateful MED: It’s not a rock group. Rev Optom 1994;131 (4):29.Maino D. Management of sports related eye injuries. J Am Optom Assoc 1994;65:209 (book review).Maino D. The Fragile X Child. J Am Optom Assoc 1994;65:209 (book review)Maino D. Helping children overcome learning difficulties. J Am Optom Assoc 1994;65:210 (book review).Maino D. Computing: Problems with your trapeze? The answer’s on the net. Rev Optom 1994;131 (2):24.Maino D. Computing: Personal finance programs tell you where it all went. Rev Optom 1993;130 (11):25.Maino D. Get On-line with the Best and Brightest. Rev Optom 1993;130 (9):61-62,66.Maino D. Computing: Whatever They’re Called, They’re Really Powerful. Rev Optom 1993;130 (9):27.Schneider B, Maino D. Angelman syndrome. J Am Optom Assoc 1993;64:502-6.Maino D. Computing: Something else you can do at the beach. Rev Optom 1993;130(7):23.Martinez S, Maino D. A comprehensive review of the Fragile X syndrome: oculo-visual, developmental, and physicalcharacteristics. J Behav Optom 1993; 4: 59-64.Maino D. Computing: A hard look at buying software. Rev Optom 1993; 130(3):31.Maino D. Computing: A primer for the PC novice. Rev Optom 1993;130(1):25.Geering J, Maino D. The patient with mental handicaps: a primary care perspective. Kans Optom J 1992 Oct/Dec:18-23.(Reprinted from: Geering J, Maino D. The patient with mental handicaps: a primary care perspective. South J Optom1992:10:23-7)Maino D. The syndrome approach to binocular vision abnormalities. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1992;2(4):1,4-6.Maino D. New & Noteworthy. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1992;2(4):7-8.Maino D. The process approach, microcomputers, and therapy. In Press L. (ed.), Computers and Vision TherapyPrograms. Optometric Extension Program, Santa Ana, Ca. 1992. 51-7.Maino D. The Visagraph eye movement recording system. In Press L. (ed.), Computers and Vision Therapy Programs.Optometric Extension Program, Santa Ana, Ca. 1992. 571-74. 10
    • Maino D, King R. Oculo-visual dysfunction in the Fragile X syndrome. In Hagerman R, McKenzie P (eds).1992International Fragile X Conference Proceedings. Spectra Publishing Co., Dillon, CO, 1992:71-8.Geering J, Maino D. The patient with mental handicaps: a primary care perspective. South J Optom 1992:10:23-7.Maino D. Reading by the colors. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1992;2(2):5 (book review)Maino D. Treating head-injured patients. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1992; 2 (2):9-11.Maino D. Coffey Cake. J Behav Optom 1992;3:87-9.Maino D. New book for Parametrics: The Vision Care Assistant. Forefront 1992;5(1):2. (book review)Maino D. Computer saccadic and accommodative rock visual therapy program. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1992;2(1):3.Maino D, How Primary Care ODs Can Profit from Pediatric Practice. Anadem Publishing, Columbus, Ohio. 1991Maino D. MAC Hypercard systems for the OD. Optometric Computing 1991;1:6.Maino D. New and Noteworthy, The Art and Practice of Low Vision. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1991;1(5):9.Maino D, Wesson M, Schlange D, Cibis G, Maino J. Optometric findings in the fragile X syndrome. Optom Vis Sci1991;68:634-40.Maino D. Should your patients be hooked on Hooked on Phonics. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy 1991;1(3)2,`:9.Maino D. The education specialist and the optometrist. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy July/Aug 1991;1:10-11.Maino D. Bringing pediatrics and vision therapy into a primary care office. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy May/June1991;1:11-12.Maino D. Principles and practice of pediatric Optometry. Pediatr Optom Vis Therapy May/June 1991;1:52. (book review)Maino D. Prevention of developmental disabilities. J Am Optom Assoc 1991;62:494. (book review)Maino D, Maino J, Maino S. Mental retardation syndromes with associated ocular defects. J Am Optom Assoc1990;61:707-16.Maino D. Oculo-visual abnormalities associated with fragile X syndrome. The National Fragile X Foundation Newsletter1990;Summer:4-5.Maino D, Schlange D, Maino J, Caden B. Ocular anomalies in fragile X syndrome. J Am Optom Assoc 1990;61:316-23.Maino D. Depart from the usual through research. Prof Enhance Strategies 1990;6:8.Maino J, Maino D, Davidson D. (eds). Computer Applications in Optometry. Butterworths Boston, 1989.Maino D. Applications in pediatrics, binocular vision, and perception. In Maino J, Maino D, Davidson D.(eds) ComputerApplications in Optometry. Butterworths Boston, MA. 1989:99-122.Maino D. Education. In Maino J, Maino D, Davidson D.(eds) Computer Applications in Optometry. Butterworths Boston,MA. 1989:137-44.Maino D, Maino J. Professional marketing and the microcomputer. In Maino J, Maino D, Davidson D.(eds) ComputerApplications in Optometry. Butterworths Boston, MA. 1989:163-74.Maino D, Maino J. The future. In Maino J, Maino D, Davidson D.(eds) Computer Applications in Optometry. ButterworthsBoston, MA. 1989:185-92.Maino D, Scharre J. Poland Mobius Syndrome: a case report. Optom Vis Science 1989;66: 621-5.Maino J, Maino D. Keeping your computer system safe and secure. Optom Man 1989;Aug:88-92.Maino D. The visagraph: eye movement recording system. OEP Currc II 1988;60(10): 51-5.Maino D. The process approach, microcomputers, and vision therapy. OEP Currc II 1988; 60(6): 27-34.Coordinated the thematic issue of the J Am Optom Assoc Jan. 1987Maino D. The mentally handicapped patient: a perspective. J Am Optom Assoc 1987;58:14-7. 11
    • Maino D. Serving the mentally handicapped patient: a self assessment. J Am Optom Assoc 1987; 58:36-9.Maino D. Out of office oculomotor and hand/eye therapy. Cog Rehab 1986;Nov/Dec:16-9.Maino D. Microcomputer mediated visual developmental and perceptual therapy. J Am Optom Assoc 1985;56(1):45-8.Maino D. Optometric microcomputers: guidelines and recommendations. J Ill Optom Assoc 1985;Mar/Apr:8-9,22.Maino D. Binasal occlusion for the child with Cerebral Palsy. J Ill Optom Assoc 1986;44 (1):12,18.Maino D, Hechtman M, Meltzer P, Weinstein N. Binasal occlusion. Optom Mon 1985;May,208-9.Colgain J, Maino D. Therapeutic techniques for amblyopia: a review. J Ill Optom Assoc 1985;Jul/Aug,19-20.Maino D. Optometry-a primary care health profession. Imprint 1979;(2):46-7.Current Research:The Fragile X Research Group, Fragile X Clinic Rush Presbyterian St. Lukes Medical Center Chicago, Il. ParticipatingColleges/Universities: Rush Medical School, Northeastern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Illinois College ofOptometry (1993-)The Assessment and Correlation of Five Oculomotor Tests and Associated Binocular Vision Correlates (Darrell Schlange,Dominick Maino, Brian Caden) ongoing, IRB approve. Research in process.The Dually Diagnosed: Oculo-visual Anomalies & Pharmaceuticals (Dominick M. Maino, Robert Donati)(IRB approved, ongoing)Reported symptomology of those with mental illness and dual diagnosis (Robert Donati, Dominick Maino, Heidi Bartel,Mindi Kieffer) paper published.The Normal Optic Nerve Head in the Pediatric Population (Ruth Trachimowicz, Yi Pang, Geoffrey Goodfellow, DavidCastells, Dominick Maino) (IRB approved, ongoing) paper publishedGrants & Gifts:Schlange D, Caden B, Maino D. The Interrelationship of Five Oculomotor Diagnostic Tests and theirAssociated Binocular Vision Correlates. ICO RRR committee funded 02/10Schlange D, Maino D, Caden B. The Assessment and Correlation of Four Oculomotor Tests and Associated BinocularVision Correlates. COVD Submitted 5/08 not fundedA protocol for analyzing nystagmus waveforms using the Visagraph eye movement recording system. College ofOptometrists in Vision Development Research Grant ($5000.00) Submitted not funded 8/07Karen Hennessy Gift $10,000 ($5,000 for the IEI Pediatric/BV Service; $5.000 for the Dr. & Mrs. Dominick M. MainoVisiting Professor Fund) Funded 7/07Ravenswood Health Care Foundation, $30,325 grant to support the Developmental Disabilities Service at the Victor C.Neumann Association (polycarbonate and specialty lenses for patients and examination equipment). $16,000 Funded.2006-07Dr. Scholl Foundation, $10,000 grant to support the Developmental Disabilities Service at the Illinois Eye Institute(polycarbonate and specialty lenses and examination equipment) submitted 02/06 not fundedThe Coleman Foundation, $30,000 grant to support the Developmental Disabilities Service at the Illinois Eye Institute(polycarbonate and specialty lenses and examination equipment) submitted. 12/05. not fundedThe Helen Brach Foundation, $20,000 grant to support the Developmental Disabilities Service at the Illinois Eye Institute(polycarbonate and specialty lenses and examination equipment). Submitted 12/05 not fundedGrant Healthcare Foundation. $45,000 grant to support the activities of the Developmental Disabilities Service and toprovide protective eyewear for those with disability. Funded for 2004 and 2005.Illinois Department of Human Services. $50,000 grant to provide services for those with developmental disabilities.Funded. (Assisted IEI Administration in acquiring this grant) FundedEffects if Ampakine CX516 (Ampalex) on Cognition and Functioning in Fragile X syndrome and autism. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis MD, PhD, Sandra Block OD, MEd, Dominick Maino, OD, MEd. Funded by the FRAXA Research Foundation. 12
    • Illinois Department of Mental Health Grant/Award for Eye and Vision Care Services for adults with developmentaldisabilities. Developmental Disabilities Clinic Illinois Eye Institute ($75,000) Institutional Award Funded (Assisted in itsdevelopment and implementation) (1997-) (This grant has continued with funding at least at the $40,000 level)March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation Chapter Grants, The Fragile X Clinic Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s MedicalCenter; The Multidisciplinary Fragile X Research Group (Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, M.D.; Ph.D., Dominick M. Maino, O.D.,M.Ed.; June Barnhart, Ph.D.; Rita Brusca, Ed.D., Sandy Block, O.D., M.Ed., Peter D’Aloia, D.D.S., Terry Treitman)Submitted/Not FundedUnited Way of Chicago ($287,000), Eye Care & Treatment Program Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago,Inc./Illinois College of Optometry. Funding pays for all non-surgical eye and vision care, optical materials, andtransportation. Almost 3000 patients with developmental disabilities have received eye care. 1991-94 FundedAMOCO Foundation ($40,000 funds for Easter Seal/ICO Program) Funding paid for examination equipment. 1991 FundedWashington Square Health Foundation ($25,000 funds for Easter Seal/ICO Program) Funding paid for examinationequipment. 1991 FundedGovernors Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities Mini-grant $5,000 Maino D, Block S, Bennett C: Visionscreening, examination, and rehabilitation of developmentally handicapped adults. 1985 FundedIllinois Society for the Prevention of Blindness Sanders S, Nizza A, Kirsher D & Maino D: Development of hydrophilic lensparameters and fitting techniques in infants & toddlers.($5,000) FundedJournals/Other Publications:AOANews co-columnist on technology 2011-Optometry & Vision Development, Editor 2005- , Journal of Optometric Vision Development, Editor 2004-05, Chair COVDWedsite committee 2008-, Member COVD Public Relations Committee 2008-, Book Review Editor 1997-2004, AssistantEditor 1994 -2004, Peer reviewer 1997- , Editorial Council 1993 -, Webmaster 1997-98 College of Optometrists in VisionDevelopmentOptometry, Journal of the American Optometric Association, Associate Editor/Journal Review Board 1999-, ConsultingEditor 1994-96, Contributing Editor 1990-94, Referee 1985-Optometric Education, Co-editor ASCOTECH column 1999-2011, Reviewer 1999-Ciencias de la Optometria, Colaboratores Internacionales 1995- (Spanish journal published in Madrid, Spain)Journal of the Illinois Optometric Association, Columnist 1998-2005Optometry & Visual Science, Referee 1988-Journal of Behavioral Optometry, Editorial Board 1995-99, 2011-Review of Optometry, Contributing Editor 1992-Optometric Management, Editorial Advisory Board, 1995-Optometry Today, Contributing Editor, 1998Association of Optometric Educators Newsletter, Editor 1994-96Eyecare Technology, Editorial Board 1993-96Computers in Eye Care, Contributing Editor 1992-93Butterworth Heinemann Book Publisher, Manuscript Reviewer 1991-Pediatric Optometry & Vision Therapy, Anadem Publishing, Editor 1991-1992Optometric Computing, Contributing Editor 1991-93Cognitive Rehabilitation, Editorial Review Board 1983-American Journal of Optometry and Physiological Optics, Referee (1980-88) 13
    • Research Presentations, Symposiums & Lectures:Invited Lecturer: To BV or Not to BV: VT in the Primary Care Office; Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations;3D Vision Syndrome: A Technologically Driven Visual Impairment; Special Patients, Special Docs, Special Paras;OptoWest Conference, California Optometric Association. 4/12Invited Presented/Expert Panel Member: Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment Conference, Childrens Hospital and MedicalCenter, Omaha, NE. 4/12Invited Lecturer: The 3D Vision Syndrome: A Technologically Driven Visual Impairment; Vision Institute of Canda;Toronto, Montreal CA. 11/11Maino D. The 3D Vision Syndrome: A Technologically Driven Visual Impairment. American Academy of Optometry;Boston, MA 10/11Invited Lecturer: Maino D. Improving Binocular Vision - Creating a Better Audience, 3D Users Experience Summi;Hollywood, Ca, 9/11Invited Lecturer: Maino D. Diagnosing and Treating Learning Related Vision Problems; The Child with Special Needs:Diagnosis and Treatment. Vision’s Impact on Learning Conference, Vision Intervention Program, Osage Beach, MO, 9/11Maino D. Illinois Eye Institute/Illinois College of Optometry Resident’s Lecture: The Child with Special Needs: Overview;The Patient with Special Needs: Diagnosis and Management. Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, Il 8/11Invited Lecturer: Maino D. Your Child and 3D Vision Syndrome, Consumer Electronics Show/Mommy Tech Track; LasVegas, 1/11Maino D. (Sponsored lecture), Special Tools for Special Patients, College of Optometrists in Vision Development AnnualMeeting, 2010 Peurto Rico (Good-Lite sponsor)Invited Lecturer: Maino D. Examination of the Special Needs Patient, The Patient with 3 D Vision Syndrome. 15th AnnualCongresso de Optometria Funcional, Puebla de los Angeles; Puebla, Mexico. Sept 2010.Maino D. Neuroplasticity: A Paradigm Sea Change II. International Congress of Behavioral Optometry/Neuro-OptometricRehabilitation Association 2010. Ontario, CA 4/2010Maino D. Neuroplasticity: A Paradigm Sea Change. American Academy of Optometry. Orlando, FL 11/2009Maino D. Keynote Speaker/Invited Lecturer. Scandinavian Optometry Congress in Oslo, Norway. 10 hrs of lecture. TheSpecial Needs Child, The Role of Eye Care Providers for the Special Needs Individual, Diagnosis and Management ofSpecial Populations, Diagnosis and Management of Binocular Vision Problems, Learning Related Vision Problems.10/1-11/2-08Maino D. Invited lecturer. To BV or Not to BV. VT in a Primary Care Office (2 hrs), Illinois College of Optometry AlumniWeek End continuing Education Course. Chicago, Il 9/08Maino D. Invited lecturer. Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), Working with Special Populations (2hrs), To BV or Not to BV. VT in a Primary Care Office (2 hrs) Montana Optometric Association 2008 Annual Meeting, 5/08Maino D. Diagnosis and Management of Binocular Vision Dysfunction. Dublin Insititute of Technology Department ofOptometry, Dublin, Irleand 4/08Donati RJ, Maino DM, Bartell H, Kieffer M. Reported sympotomology of those with mental illness and dual diagnosis.Association for Research Vision & Ophthalmology (ARVO) Poster accepted 02/08Maino D, Smith K. VATER Syndrome. Poster American Academy of Optometry annual meeting Tampa, FL 10/07.Trachimowicz RA, Pang Y, Castells DD, Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. Optic Disc Parameters Measured By HRT II inAfrican American Children. Poster American Academy of Optometry annual meeting Tampa, FL 10/07.Maino D. Diagnosis and management of special populations. American Academy of Optometry Continuing EducationCourse (2hrs) Tampa, FL 10/07.Maino D. To BV or Not to BV. VT in a Primary Care Office. American Academy of Optometry Continuing EducationCourse (2hrs) Tampa, FL 10/07.Maino D. Post LASIK Diplopia & Esotropia. Poster College of Optometrists in Vision Development annual meeting, St.Pertersburg, Fl 10/07. 14
    • Krause SE, Berry-Kravis E, Leurgans S, Wuu J, Guter SJ, Block SS, Salt J, Cook E, Maino DM. Reliability Measures inAssessment of Adults with Fragile X Syndrome. Poster the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annualMeeting, Boston, MA 11/07Trachimowicz RA, Pang Y, Castells DD, Goodfellow GW, Maino DM. The Normal Optic Nerve Head in Pediatric AmericanAfricans using the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II. Poster Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology(ARVO) Ft Lauderdale, FL 05/07.Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and management of special populations (2 hrs), Vision screening of special populations (1hr),Developing the Niche Practice (Pediatrics, Binocular Vision, Vision Therapy and Special Populations) (1hr). SECOInternational annual meeting, Atlanta, GA 2/07.Krause SE, Berry-Kravis E, Wuu J, Leurgans S, Guter SJ, Jr., Block S, Salt J, Cook E, Maino D. VocabularyComprehension in Fragile X Syndrome: Comparative Analyses. Poster presented Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationAnnual Meeting. Miami, FL 11/06.Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and management of Special Populations and The A, B, V’s of School Performance:Academics, Behavior and Vision, Envision 06 Conference. Kansas City, MO. 09/06.Maino D, Tahir S. The Young child with capillary hemangioma: Case report and review. Poster presented at theInternational Congress of Behavioral Optometry. Sydney, Australia 5/06.Invited Lecturer: Special Populations: Etiologies (1hr); How to Create a Poster for the ICBO (1hr). International Congressof Behavioral Optometry. Sydney, Australia 5/06.Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Australasian College of Behavioral Optometrists. (3hrs) Melbourne, Australia 5/06.Symposium Organizer/Presenter: Maino D. Barriers to Health Care for those with Developmental Disabilities. PrimaryHealth Care for Special Populations: A Binocular Vision, Perception and Pediatric Optometry Section and Public Healthand Environmental Optometry Section Symposium American Academy of Optometry. San Diego 12/05.Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), Vision Therapy for Special Populations (1hr).2005 Eastern States Optometric Congress. Greenwich, CT. 04/05Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation AssociationInternational, Inc. Annual Meeting. Chicago, Il. 03/05Invited Lecturer: Children with Vision Disorders: Dx & Tx. (1.5 hr) Lutheran General Hospital Inservice Program. ParkRidge, Il. 03/05Schlange D, Maino D. Efficacy of vision therapy for dysfunctional reading related eye movements. Poster presented at theAmerican Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL 12/04Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), To BV or Not to BV: VT in the Primary CareOffice (2 hrs) . American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL 12/04Invited Lecturer: The Incredible Infant: Part 1 From Embryo to Newborn, Part II Normal and Abnormal Development,Part III Diagnostic Techniques for the Infant, Part IV Management of Oculo-visual Problems in the Infant. (4 hrs) ICO CEProgram, Las Vegas, NV 11/04Reynolds T. Maino D. A case report of vision therapy outcomes for a patient with a constant left esotropia and amblyopia.Poster presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Cancun. Mexico 10/04Gonzales R. Maino D, Schlange D. Significant oculomotor improvement post vision therapy. Poster presented at the 34thAnnual Meeting of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Cancun. Mexico 10/04Bonilla-Warford N, Maino D, Ireland, D. Case report of the optometric findings of a male child with Fragile X Syndromeand Pierre Robin Sequence. Poster presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the College of Optometrists in VisionDevelopment. Cancun. Mexico 10/04Invited Panel Member (Robert Jesperson, MD, Linda Bruggerman, LPC, Dominick M. Maino, OD, MEd): Developing acomprehensive on-site medical clinic for persons with developmental disabilities: Leadership, Development, andPhilosophy. American Association on Mental Retardation Illinois Chapter Annual Meeting. Chicago, Il. 9/04Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), VT for Special Populations (1hrs),Strabismus: What We Love to Hate (3hrs), 66th Middle Atlantic Optometric Congress.Pittsburgh, PA. 09/04 15
    • Invited Lecturer: Optometric Vision Therapy: An Introduction for Occupational, Physical & Speech Therapists. Children’sMemorial Hospital. Chicago, Il. 8/04Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations, Occupational Therapist inservice program,Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Il. 5/04.Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2 hrs), Cyberspace Potpourri (2hrs) North DakotaOptometric Association 100th Anniversary Annual Meeting. Fargo, ND 10/03Keynote Speaker: Eye Care of Children with Disabilities. Metropolitan Chicago Chapter of Autism. Palos Heights, Il. 4/03Behavioral Scholar in Residence, (Numerous presentations to faculty & students), Keynote Speaker: Special PopulationsPanel, New England College of Optometry 4/03Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), To BV or Not to BV: VT in the Primary CareOffice (2hrs), New England College of Optometry Continuing Education Program, Boston, MA. 3/03Invited Lecturer: The Array Multifocal IOL:Personal Perspectives. IOA CE Program, Hyatt Regency O’Hare Hotel,Rosemont, Il. 1/27/03.Invited Lecturer: Special Populations (1hr), Psychiatry Residents Seminar, University of Chicago Medical Center, ThePritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, Il. 10/02Invited Lecturer: Eye & Vision Anomalies in the Child and Adult with Fragile X Syndrome. 8th International Fragile XConference, Chicago, Il. 7/02Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations (2hrs), To BV or Not to BV: VT in the Primary CareOffice (1hr), and Cyberspace Update III: The Simple, Silly and Sublime (1 hr) EyeCare 2002 North Central StatesRegional Optometric Conference, St. Charles, Il. 05/02Invited Lecturer: Diagnosis & Management of Special Populations (1hr), The Practical Preschool Examination (2 hrs),CyberSpace Update IV (2hrs), Vision Therapy in the Primary Care Office (1hr)), Heart of American Contact Lens SocietyContact Lens & Primary Care Congress. Kansas City, MO. 2/15-17/02Invited Presenter: Pediatric Ocular Disease Symposium: Special Populations. American Academy of Optometry,Philadelphia, PA. 12/01Invited Lecturer: To BV or Not to BV: VT in the Primary Care Office (2hrs), Diagnosis & Management of SpecialPopulations (2hrs). American Academy of Optometry, Philadelphia, PA 12/01Invited Lecturer. The Practical Preschool Examination. (2hrs) and Cyberspace Update III: The Simple, Silly and Sublime(2 hrs) EyeCare 2001 North Central States Regional Optometric Conference, St. Charles, Il. 05/01Strabismus in an Urban Head Start Population. Association for Research in Vision & Ophthalmology (ARVO), FortLauderdale, Fl. 4/01 (IJ Lorenzana, G. Steele, D. Maino et al.)Capillary hemangioma: A case report and review. American Academy of Optometry. Orlando, Fl. 12/00. (Shmaila Tahir,Dominick M. Maino )Invited Lecturer: Primary Care Optometry: The New Frontiers Symposia. Special Evaluation Techniques for SpecialChildren, American Academy of Optometry, Orlando, Fl. 12/00Diagnosis, Management and Low Vision Rehabilitation of Special Populations, Continuing education course, AmericanAcademy of Optometry, Orlando, Fl. 12/00 (Joseph Maino, Dominick M. Maino)World Wide Web Enhanced Teaching. Illinois College of Optometry Faculty Inservice. Chicago, Il. 08/00Invited Lecturer. Diagnosis and management of special populations. EyeCare 2000 North Central States RegionalOptometric Conference, St. Charles, Il. 05/00The ABVs of School Performance: Academics, Behavior and Vision. Gray School. Chicago, Il. 04/00Invited Lecturer. Assessment and treatment of special populations. Consolidated School District 54 Teachers of theMentally Impaired. Schaumberg, Il. 04/00To BV or Not to BV: VT in a Primary Care Office. Institute for Advanced Competency/Illinois College of OptometryContinuing Education Program, Puerto Rico, 12/99Attitudes of optometry students towards individuals with disability. American Academy of Optometry. Seattle, WA. 12/99(Dominick M. Maino, Shmaila Tahir, Radhika Sajja, Gregg Steele) 16
    • A comparison of four visual acuity tests. American Academy of Optometry. Seattle, WA. 12/99 (Elizabeth Snyder, CamthuPham, Gregory Steele, Dominick Maino, Brian Caden)Vision Care in an Urban HeadStart Program, American Public Health Association, Chicago, Il 11/99 (Todd Cohan, BS,Gregg Steele, PhD, OD, Ingryd Lorenzana, OD, FAAO, Dominick Maino, OD, MEd, FAAO)Invited lecturer. Diagnosis and management of special populations. Case studies in developmental disabilities. (5 hours)Studt Foundation Lecture Series, Southern California College of Optometry. Fullerton, CA. 10/99Invited lecturer. Changing attitudes of optometry students towards those with disability. Southern California College ofOptometry Faculty Inservice. Fullerton, CA. 10/99Computer Programs for Visual Acuity Assessment and Vision Therapy. Pediatric/Binocular Vision Rotation Seminar,Illinois College of Optometry. 9/99.Computer Programs for Vision Therapy. Pediatric Residency Seminar, Illinois College of Optometry. 8/99.Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Illinois Vision Conference, Illinois Association in Education andRehabilitation, Naperville, Il. 2/99.Wham! Bam! Kablooie! Explosive Topics in Optometric Education. Using Constructive Controversy in a Point/CounterPoint Format. Optometric Education Section of the American Academy of Optometry Symposium, San Francisco, CA.Moderator and Presenter. 12/98.The ins and outs of computerizing your office. The Grey Box Syndrome. Optometric Management Second Annual PracticeBuilding Conference. 10/18/98 New York, NY; 11/1/98 Columbus, OH, 11/15/98 Tampa, Fl.The Practical Pre-school Examination. Institute for Advanced Competency/Illinois College of Optometry. Las Vegas, NV10/98Management of special populations. 4th Year Peds/BV Seminar, Chicago, Il. 9/98Evaluation and management of the patient with developmental disabilities. Pediatric Residency Seminar, Chicago, Il. 9/98Writing a research paper of publishable quality. Pediatric Residency Seminar, Chicago, Il. 9/98Cyberspace update: Surfing for carbon-based life-forms. EyeQuest invited speaker. Chicago, Il. 5/98.Diagnosis and management of the child with congenital nystagmus. Institute for Advanced Competency ContinuingEducation Program, Chicago, Il 4/98.Star Wars Technology in an Optometric Universe: Innovations for the Future in Clinical Education. External ClinicalTraining in Optometric Education Joint Symposium sponsored by the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometryand the Optometric Education Section of the American Academy of Optometry, San Antonio, Tx. 12/97.Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Invited lecturer Indiana University School of Optometry 11/97Visual Development, Diagnosis and Management of the Young Child and Special Populations. Invited Lecturer, EriksonInstitute for Advanced Study in Child Development, Chicago, Il. 10/97.COVD and the World Wide Web. College of Optometrists in Vision Development Annual Meeting. Austin, Tx 10/97.Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Pediatric Residency Seminar Series. Chicago, Il. 10/97.Invited Lecturer, Cyberspace Update II The Simple, Silly, & Sublime! The Illinois Optometric Association Annual Meeting,Springfield, Il, 10/97.Invited Lecturer, The Internet for Carbon Based Life Forms-An Introduction. 74th Southern Educational Congress ofOptometry annual meeting Atlanta, Ga. 2/97 (6hrs)MS PowerPoint & Word: The Basics, ICO Faculty Inservice Program, Chicago, Il. 2/97Moderator/Presenter: Merit and Promotion: Up or Out? Publish or Perish? Reality and Myth! Optometric EducationSection Symposium American Academy of Optometry annual meeting Orlando, Fl 12/96Introduction to Cyberspace: Getting Electrons from Here to There! Continuing Education Course American Academy ofOptometry annual meeting Orlando , Fl. 12/96Vision Rehabilitation Vision Screening and Management of Dysfunctions. Continuing education course for OccupationalTherapists (8.5 hrs). Occupational Therapy Services, Milwaukee, Wi, 11/96.The Relationship between Mutation Size and Cognitive and Visual Processing Skills in Female Fragile X Carriers. W.Pizzi 1, S. Block 2, R. Brusca-Vega 1`, E. Berry-Kravis 3, D. Maino 2. Northeastern IL. Univ.1, Illinois Coll. Optometry 2, Rush 17
    • Medical Coll. 3. Chicago, IL. The Fragile X Research Group. Society for NeuroScience. Washington, DC 1996 (Presentedby Dr. Pizzi)Diagnosis and Treatment of Oculo-Visual Dysfunctions in Special Populations. American Occupational TherapyAssociation Annual Meeting. Chicago, Il. 4/96.Point of Sale Computer Laboratory. EyeTech96 International Meeting. St. Charles, Il. 4/96Office Management Software Workshop. EyeTech96 International Meeting. St. Charles, Il. 4/96.The Future of Optometry and Optometric Education. Pacific University College of Optometry Faculty Seminar. ForestGrove, OR 4/96Everything You Need to Know to Write a Paper of Publishable Quality. Workshop for Clinical Educators. OptometricEducation Section Symposium. Presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA12/95Introduction to Cyberspace: Joint Symposium on Computer Applications in Optometry. Optometric Education and PrimaryCare Sections. Presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA 12/95(Moderator/Presenter)Comparison of Performance of Mothers of Fragile X Children Exhibiting Full vs Premutations on Tests of VisualInformation Processing and Cognitive Skills. Presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, NewOrleans, LA 12/95A comparative analysis of three eye movement recording systems: The OBER2: Visagraph, the Visagraph, and the EyeTrac 106. Presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA 12/94Oculo-visual dysfunctions in the patient with Niemann-Pick disease. Presented at the American Academy of OptometryAnnual Meeting, San Diego, CA 12/94Ocular manifestations of Sotos Syndrome. Presented at the Annual Sotos Syndrome Association Meeting, Chicago, Il.8/94The Fragile X female: Visual, visual -perceptual, and ocular health anomalies. Presented at the 4th International Fragile XFoundation Meeting, Albuquerque, MN. 6/94Looking thru Rose Colored Glasses: Vision Problems in Fragile X Syndrome. Maino & Block. Presented at The A(academics), B (behavior), Cs’ (chromosomes) of Fragile X Syndrome A Conference for Educators. Northeaster IllinoisUniversity, Chicago, Il. Presented by: The Fragile X Research Group, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Lukes Medical Center, TheFragile X Association of America, Illinois College of Optometry, Northeastern Illinois University 3/94.Pediatric Functional Vision Assessment. Speech & Language Department, Children’s Memorial Hospital & MedicalCenter, Chicago, Il. 3/94.The Fragile X female: Visual, visual perceptual, and ocular health anomalies. Presented at the American Academy ofOptometry Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Dec 1993.Effect of Resisting the Tonometry Procedure upon the Intraocular Pressure. Presented at the American Academy ofOptometry Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. Dec 1993.The Eye Care & Treatment Program: Ocular Findings for 2289 Patients and The Fragile X female: Visual, visualperceptual, and ocular health anomalies.. Presented at the College of Optometrists in Vision Development AnnualMeeting, Chicago, Il. 11/93.Current Concepts in Binocular Vision/Pediatrics, ICO Reunion 93, Chicago, Il. 10/93.Special Populations Part I & II, Optometric Management of the Child with Learning Related Vision Problems and MarfanSyndrome, Tenth Annual Optometry Conference. Pacific University College of Optometry, Maui, Hawaii 1/93Keynote Speaker: Visual Characteristics of Special Education Students, Fragile X Syndrome, Remediation Strategies forInclusion Students, Panel Discussion, Michigan Optometric Association, Michigan Association for the Education of YoungChildren, Michigan Reading Association, Ferris State University College of Optometry, and Michigan Department ofEducation Annual Vision & Learning Seminar, Kellog Center, MSU East Lansing, MI (3 hours presented) 12/92Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago/Illinois College of Optometry Eye Care and Treatment Program First YearResults, Pediatric Symposium, American Academy of Optometry, Orlando, Fl. 12/92.The Learning Disabled Child. Childrens Memorial Hospital & Medical Center, Chicago, Il. 10/92 18
    • Visual Anomalies and the Handicapped Child, LaRabida Childrens Hospital, Chicago, IL. 8/92Third International Fragile X Syndrome Conference, National Fragile X Foundation. Ocular Anomalies Associated with theFragile X Syndrome Symposium, Snowmass, CO 6/92Ocular Manifestations of Sotos Syndrome, Sotos Syndrome Support Association International Meeting 1992.American Association on Mental Retardation Annual International Meeting Access to Health Care Symposium, The EasterSeal Society of Metropolitan Chicago/Illinois College of Optometry Eye Care and Treatment Program: PreliminaryFindings, New Orleans, LA 5/92The Role of the Optometrist in the Diagnosis and Management of Children with Fragile X Syndrome, Great LakesRegional Genetics Group Annual Meeting Milwaukee, WI 5/92Ocular Manifestations of Sotos Syndrome. American Academy of Optometry, Anaheim, CA 12/91American Public Health Association, Photoscreening-Results of a Pilot Project in a Public Health Setting, with MichaelLarson, Atlanta, Ga 11/91Fragile X Syndrome Symposium, Rose Colored Glasses Just Wont Work....Oculo-visual Findings in Fragile X Syndrome,Lutheran General Hospital & Medical Center Park Ridge, Il. 11/91Illinois Optometric Assoc/Illinois College of Optometry Reunion Continuing Education Program, Oculo-visual Problems ofFragile X Syndrome Chicago, Il. 10/91National Association of Vision Professionals, Learning Related Vision Problems, Ambassador West Hotel, Chicago, Il.7/91Centro Boston de Optometria Madrid Lecture Series, CP, Down Syndrome, & Fragile X: Optometric Evaluation of thePatient with Developmental Delay, Computer Applications in Optometry: Binocular Vision and Perception, The SyndromeApproach to Binocular Vision Dysfunction, Madrid, Spain, 7/91American Association on Mental Retardation International meeting Washington, DC, Optometric Findings in Fragile XSyndrome, 5/91The First Statewide Illinois Low Vision Conference, The Team Approach: Early Years, Bismark Hotel, Chicago, Il. 3/91St. Bartholomew School Parent Teacher Organization, The ABVs of School Performance: Academics, Behavior andVision, 3/91St. Bartholomew School Preschool Students, The Importance of Eye Safety, 3/91St. Pascal School Teacher Inservice, The ABVs of School Performance: Academics, Behavior and Vision, 2/91De Paul University Chicago, Il., Visual Assessment of the Young Handicapped Child, 5/90National Head Start Annual Meeting San Antonio, Tx, Visual Assessment of Handicapped Infants & Toddlers, 4/90Heart of America Conference Kansas City, Mo, Clinical Applications of Computers & Microcomputer Workshop 1989Oculo-visual Anomalies of Fragile X Syndrome, American Academy of Optometry 1989Poland-Mobius Syndrome: A Case Report, American Academy of Optometry 1988Illinois Council for Exceptional Children Arlington Heights, Il, Microcomputer Mediated Visual Perceptual andDevelopmental Therapy, 1989DePaul University Chicago, Il, Visual and Visual Perceptual Dysfunctions in the Educationally Handicapped, 1989Lutheran General Hospital & Medical Center Park Ridge, Il, American Fragile X Association, Visual Anomalies of Fragile XSyndrome, 1989The Childrens Memorial Hospital & Medical Center Chicago, Il, Sensory & Motor Anomalies of the Handicapped, 1989The Visagraph Eye Movement Recording System, American Academy of Optometry 1988Normative Data for Eye Trix, American Academy of Optometry 1988Mountain States Congress of Optometry, Denver, Co, Microcomputer Applications in Binocular Vision & Perception, TheMentally Handicapped & Vision Dysfunction, Computer Vision Therapy, 1988Indiana Optometric Association, The Mentally Handicapped & Vision Dysfunction, 1988 19
    • Illinois Department of Public Health Vision & Hearing Section Recertification Workshops, Chicago, Il, The Use and Abuseof Contact Lenses (1988), Vision Screening, Diagnosis, and Therapy of the Multiply Handicapped Child, 1984-86Microcomputers & Vision Therapy, American Academy of Optometry Continuing Education course 12/87Factors Affecting Success Rates in Vision Therapy, American Academy of Optometry 12/87Open Forum Symposium Binocular Vision Section, Moderator; American Academy of Optometry 12/87Microcomputer Mediated Therapy for Binocular Vision Dysfunctions, American Academy of Optometry ContinuingEducation course 12/86, Effect of Prolonged Use of Video Display Terminals on Accommodative Lag & Facility, AmericanAcademy of Optometry, 12/86Binocular Dysfunction-A Primary Care Imperative, (Symposium), American Academy of Optometry, 12/85The Developmentally Handicapped Child, American Academy of Optometry Symposium Speaker 12/85Therapeutic Applications of the Microcomputer: Implications for Optometry, American Academy of Optometry 12/85Mental Retardation and the Role of the Optometrist, (Coordinator & Moderator of Symposium), The Mentally/MultiplyHandicapped, American Academy of Optometry Speaker 12/84Vision Anomalies of Emotionally Disturbed Children, American Academy of Optometry 12/84Meeting the Visual Needs of the Exceptional Child & Adult: A Special Clinic for Special People, American Academy ofOptometry 12/82Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc., Gilchrist-Marchman Rehab Center, Willette Rehab Center, Numerousinservice programs 1982-90Visual Anomalies of Exceptional Children, American Academy of Optometry 12/81Childrens Memorial Hospital & Medical Center Nurse Inservice , Chicago, Il. 1980Edward Hospital Inservice, Naperville, Il. 1978Consultancies/Advisory Boards/Content ExpertHeplerBloom, LLC; Chicago, Il. Legal Consultant 2010-Grossman Roth, PA; Coral Gables, FL. Legal consultant, 2010-University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts Entertainment Technology Center, Consumer 3D ExperienceLaboratory, Panel of Experts 2010-American Optometric Association: 3D in the Classroom Project Team (2011-), Public Information Spokesperson, 3DVision Syndrome 2010- Intervied by Mike Snider of USA Today, Interviewed by Erika Porter national NBC News reporterin New York (http://www.wlbz2.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=145741&catid=9 )(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFsJNzyFXro); Interviewed for the Washington Post “For a few, 3-D effects are not sospecial” by Rachel Saslow; Interviewed on the following radio stations as AOA spokesperson on 3D Vision Syndrome:KFAB (Omaha), CNN (National), and WDIS (Boston); 2010, Quoted in the Chicago Sun Times (Brown M. Dont bestartled if Avatar makes you nauseated Published: 04:00 AM Jan 20, 2010, Interviewed as AOA spokesperson on 3DVision Syndrome by the editor of Eldergadgets.com 2010; AOATV http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NUYtklUCCs; AOABausch & Lomb Scientific Advisory Council: Eyestrain/Asthenopia 2010-ABC WLS TV news HealthBeat segmen, The 3 D Dilemma http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ug6-xM-qmkk 2/25/10Brenner, Ford, Monroe & Scott, LTD, Attorneys at Law; legal consultant, 2009-Quoted in the Parade Magazine in the article, When are kids ready for contacts? 10/09Quoted in the Pioneer Press, Optometrist tells of research affecting childrens learning, 05/07Quoted in the Washington Post, Eyeballing the Vision Workout, By Ranit Mishori, September 12, 2006 (accessible athttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/09/11/AR2006091100845.html?sub=newHost and Guest on “Eye Have A Question” Chicago Access Network Television Cable TV show (CAN-TV 21) 4-6/02Featured in an article in Primary Care Optometry News (Byrne J. When properly executed, in-office computer systemscan help improve care. Primary Care Optometry News: 2002;7(2):6-7) 20
    • Infants, Toddlers & Preschool Children. Interviewed on "Eye Have a Question" cable TV channel 21 (11/01)ICO Faculty Liaison to the Public Relations Department 1999-Caring for the Disabled Patient By Nancy Del Pizzo (at http://www.sightstreet.com/SS-Content-OpthLibrary.htm) (Quotedextensively in SightStreet online article) 10/2000.Bailey G. The paperless office: Are we there yet. J Am Optom Assoc 1999;70: 667-671. (Quoted extensively through-outarticle)Trumpet playing doctor teaches children about eye care. Children and Families. 1998; 18(2): 52.Beta Blasts Bugle for Head Start. Beta Theta Pi Magazine. 1997;125(2):56.HMO--HeadStart, Music, and Optometry. J Behav Optom 1997:8(3):76-7.Beloit Pep Band Virtuoso Blasts Bugle for Early Eye Care. Beloit Magazine 1997:Summer:23.National Easter Seal Society Telethon. Interviews broadcast live on WGN from the Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, Il. 3/94Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc. Telethon. Interview featuring the Illinois Eye Institute and the Eye Care& Treatment Program broadcast nationally on super station WGN, Congress Hotel, Chicago, Il. 3/93.Team Transcends Barriers, Aids Developmentally Disabled. American Optometric Association NEWS 1992;30(21):9CIE Announces Four New Editors: Dominick M. Maino, O.D., M.Ed., F.A.A.O., Contributing Editor. Computers in Eye Care1992; 2(1):6National Easter Seal Society Telethon. Interview broadcast nationally on WGN super station. Congress Hotel, Chicago, Il.3/92.Dominick Maino Presents Paper at AAMR Meeting. Journal of the Illinois Optometric Association 1991;49(4):22Twins Find Similarity in Practice. American Optometric Association News 1991;29(18):7Office Based Research Adds Pizazz to Practice. High Performance Optometry 1990;4(8):2Sixty Chicago First Graders Get First Lesson on Eye Care. AOA NEWS 1990;29(9):8Computers Compliment ODs Vision Therapy Practice. American Optometric Association News 1990;28(22):4,5Using Stains in CL Practice Contact Lens Forum 1990;15(5):23-24Interviewed WMAQ-TV Photo-refractive screening project in conjunction with the Illinois Department of Public HealthVision & Hearing Section. Interviewed by Dr. Barry Kaufman. Segment shown nationally on more than 100 NBC affiliatedstations across the United States, June 1990.Multidiscipline program is boon to handicapped. American Optometric Association News 1990;28(1):3.Mainstream preschools offer benefits to all children. American Academy of Pediatrics News 1989;5.Professional & Community Service:Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Educators ASCO Sig, steering committee member 2010-American Academy of Optometry Optometric Education Section Program Chair 2009-, CE Quality Assurance Committee2007-09, Member Admittance Committee Region III 1995-2005 , Vice-Chair, Admissions Committee, Region III 2000-2001, Task Force on Identifying and Implementing alternative CE and Information Delivery Systems 1999-,Communication Committee 1999-, Immediate Past Chair, Optometric Education Section 1998-99, Chair, OptometricEducation Section 1996-98, Vice Chair, Optometric Education Section 1994-96, Consultant to Abstract Committee 1995-,Liaison of the Annual Meeting Program Committee 1995--98, Computer Applications in Optometry Ellerbrock/ScientificProgram Course Coordinator (1996), Fellow 1981-, American Academy of Optometry invited representative to the ASCOCritical Issues Seminar: Residency Education, University of Houston College of Optometry, 3/20-22/98.American Optometric Association: Optometry: Associate Editor/Journal Review Board member, AOANews TechColumnist 2011-, 3D Classroom Project Team 2011-, 3D Theater OM Project Team 2011-, Spokesperson on 3D VisionSyndrome 2010-, American Optometric Association Annual Meeting Abstract and Poster Review Committee 2000-,Optometric Leadership Institute "Train-the-Trainer" Program James McGregor Burns Academy of Leadership Universityof Maryland 2002-, Member 1974-Present, Consultant to the Communications Division 1977-78, Completed OptometricLeadership Institute training Levels I and II 11/8/01College of Optometrists in Vision Development, A. M. Skeffington Award 2009, Chair, Website committee 2008-09, Fellowof the College of Optometrists in Vision Development Academic (FCOVD-A) 2007-, Optometry & Vision Development,Editor 2005- , Publications Committee 2005-, Awards Committee 2005-, Public Relations Committee 2005-, Journal ofOptometric Vision Development, Editor 2004-05, Book Review Editor 1997-2004, Assistant Editor 1994 -2004, President’s 21
    • Award 1997, Peer reviewer 1997- , Editorial Council 1993 -, Webmaster 1997-98, Past Chair of the Computer Programand Electronic Communication Task Force, Chair Technology Committee & Project Team Leader, College of Optometristsin Vision Development Internet Website Development Committee 1996-98, Computerized Vision Therapy Committee,Chairman 1990-92, Associate 1987-Illinois College of Optometry Illinois College of Optometry Board of Trustees Alumni Representative 2010-11, AlumniAssociation President 2010-11, Vice President 2009-10, faculty representative 2000-11, Illinois College of OptometryBoard of Trustees (BOT) Academic Affairs, Development Committee 2000-05, Student Affairs Committee Member 2000-02, Faculty Representative 1997-2000, Audit/Finance Committee 1997-2000, Strategic Planning Committee 1997-2000,Illinois Liaison Committee 1997-2000 ICO Colleague Group Mentor 1998-2001,(http://www.egroups.com/group/qcontinuum), Presidential Advisory Committee,1997-99, Developed/maintain the ICOUnofficial Alumni Internet Email mailing list 97-99, Faculty Representative to the Illinois College of Optometry AlumniAssociation, 1986, 2001-Social Digital Media Co-chair, Political Campaign Committee to Elect John Arena 45th Ward Alderman Chicago, Il 2010-11Medfest Special Olympics participant 2000-International Congress of Behavioral Optometry Poster Abstract Review Committee, Chair 2005Illinois Optometric Association, President of ICO Society of the IOA 2003-05, VP 05, Illinois Optometric Associationmember 1974-, Chairman, Public Relations 1978-79Clinical Associate, Optometric Extension Program Foundation, 1987-Wright Camer Club, membership chair 2006-, blog editor 2008-11MainosMemos.blogspot.com, editor research blog, 2008-11dmPhotoArt.blogspot.com, editor arts blog, 2008-10Italian Cultural Center at Casa Italia annual art show public relations, 2007-American Association on Mental Retardation, Member 1990-2004St. Bartholomew Parish, cantor 1999-, Carnival committee 2003-, The Arts at St. Barts Committee 2005-09, FinanceCommittee 2004-07, Soloist, St. Bartholomew Church Choir Christmas Concert 12/02, Soloist, St. Bartholomew ChurchChoir Spring World Peace Concert (Trumpet, Tenor) 12/02, Soloist, St. Bartholomew Church Choir Christmas Concert(Trumpet, Tenor) 12/2000-01, Webmaster St. Bartholomew Church, School & Choir (stbartholomew.net,sbschool.homestead.com, sbcchoir.homestead.com) 2000-, Acting Choir Director 1998-99, Families & Children FirstPlanning Committee 1993-96, School Long Range Planning Committee 1992-96, Parish Council Member 1992-96, ViceChairman 1994, Catholic Education Commission 1993-96, Holy Name Society 1992-, The Parishioneer , St. BartholomewChurch Community Newsletter Co-Editor 1991-97, Public Relations Committee 1990-96VISIONfirst Board of Directors, 2004-06Board of Directors, A Sporting Chance Foundation, 2000-02Association of Schools and College of Optometry (ASCO) Binocular Vision & Perception SIG 2000-10, Informatics SIG1999-2002, CE SIG 1998-2000Council on Optometric Education (COE) Consultant, 1998Boy Scouts of America Troop 935 Commissioner 1995-99Association of Optometric Educators, Board Member; AOE News, Editor 1993-96Optometric Editors Association, Member 1991-2000Presenter ASPIRA Health Careers Program, University of Illinois Chicago 9/90Participant Sixth Annual Postgraduate Symposium, Fragile X Syndrome; Diagnosis & Management in the 90s WestinHotel; Washington, DC. Genetics & IVF Institute The National Fragile X Foundation 1990Citizen Delegate Illinois White House Conference on Libraries and Information Systems Chicago, Il. State meeting 4/90American Medical Writers Association, 1990-91 22
    • Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc., Chairman, Inter-Agency Council Birth to Three Early Infant InterventionProgram 1989- Chairman, Professional Medical Advisory Committee 1985-1996 Vice Chairman, Professional AdvisoryCommittee 1982-85Easter Seal Society of Will-Grundy County Medical Advisory Board 1979-1985Illinois Council for Exceptional Children Exceptional Childrens Week Advisory Council 1979-84Committee on Personal Computers & the Handicapped(COPH-2) Electronic Bulletin Board Advisory Board TechnologicalAssistance CommitteeCongress of Organizations of the Physically Handicapped (COPH)Health Services Association Suburban Cook County Advisory Board 1978-80Other ActivitiesPhotographyExhibitionsArtists of Casa Italia, “Unity” Art Exhibition; Casa Italia Chanderlier Room, showed 18 works, Stone Park, Il; 08/11Artists of Casa Italia, Addison Town Hall Rotunda Art Exhibition in conjunction with the Italian Cultural Center Casa Italia(12 photographs exhibited); 8/10Artists of Casa Italia, “ConNeXxions” Art Exhibition; Casa Italia Chanderlier Room, showed 12 works, Stone Park, Il; 08/10Artists of Casa Italia, Addison Town Hall Rotunda Art Exhibition in conjunction with the Italian Cultural Center Casa Italia(8 photographs exhibited); 08-09/09Artists of Casa Italia, Summer Art Exhibition; Casa Italia Chanderlier Room, showed 8 works, Stone Park, Il; 08/09Artists of Casa Italia, Art Exhibition. Palatine Library, Palatine, Il. 1/09-2/09Wright Camera Club Photography Exhibition, St. Bartholomew Parish, 10-11/08 (exhibited 10 works with severalmembers of the Wright Camera Club)Country County Treasurer’s Office Photography Exhibition, exhibited 10 works with several Italian American Artists fromthe Italian Cultural Center Casa Italia 9-10/08I-AM Renaissance, Italian Cultural Center at Casa Italia Art Exhibition, exhibited several works, 9-10/08Illinois Eye Institute, MedFest 2007 Photography Exhibit (on going)St. Bartholomew Church, The Hottest Photographers in Chicago (featured more than 40 of my photographs), Chicago, Il.03-04/08Gallery ABBA at The Myers Institute for the Art of Business and the Business of Art in the Center for Entrepreneurship inLiberal Education, art exhibition, 4 photographs exhibited, Beloit College, Beloit, WI 10-12/07.“Il Rinascimento Continua” (The Renaissance Continues) 8/22-9/14/07. Addison Town Hall Rotunda Art Exhibition inconjunction with the Italian Cultural Center Casa Italia (7 photographs exhibited).Casa Italia Cultural Center Art Exhibition featured internationally renowned Italian-American artists. Eight photographsexhibited framed. Eighty photographs digitally exhibited. Stone Park, Il 8/3-20/07.Wright Camera Club Best End of Year Competition Award for 2006: 1st Place Large Print Color, 1st Place Large PrintMonochrome, 1st Place Small Print Monochrome, 2nd Place SlidesNINE2FIVE Gallery photography exhibition, featured artist, “The Monozygotic Images of Maino 2”, Kansas City, KS 8/05-9/05“Gallery of Faith” solo exhibition, photography exhibition, St. Bartholomew Parish 3/05-4/05Gallery ABBA at The Myers Institute for the Art of Business and the Business of Art in the Center for Entrepreneurship inLiberal Education, photography exhibition, featured artist, Beloit, WI 09/04ICO Bookstore Photography ExhibitLemont Art Walk, Photography Exhibit 8/03, 9/03, 7/04, 8/04 23
    • Published PhotographsJournal Cover Photographs: Optometric Education vol 31 #3 2006, Optometry & Vision Development vol 39 #2 2008, vol38 #1 2007, vol 37 #4,#3, #1 2006, vol 36 #3-4 2006.Maino D. Kansas City Star newspaper (photographs published). Go tohttp://kcsweb.kcstar.com/projects/Community_Faces/ Accessed 8/09/05Maino D. Ferris Wheel @ NOC. Catholic New World. Vol 110 #21: front cover photograph, 9/29/02.Photography website http://www.dmPhotoArt.netMusicSt. Benedict’s Benefit Concert with Stars from the Chicago Lyric Opera (sang tenor in the chorus) 2009Gloria: A Christmas Celebration; in concert with members of the Chicago Apollo Chorus, Romanian Madrigal Consort andthe St. Bartholomew Choir. Steven Alltop, guest conductor, Luciano Laurentiu, Music Director, Chicago, Il. 11/07Chicago Catechetical Conference, St. Bartholomew Choir (Tenor), Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, Il.09/04BloggerMainosMemos.blogspot.comCovdBlog.wordpress.com/wrightcameraclub.com/blog/Teaching1978-present DidacticPrivate Practice Clerkship, Course MasterInfant & Child Development, Assessment and Management * (lecturer)Vision Care of Special Populations, Instructor/Lecturer/Course CoordinatorPediatric/Binocular Vision Residents Seminar Instructor *IEI Residency Seminar Instructor *Faculty Advisor/Editor Numerous Student Research Projects & Publications *Optometric procedures laboratory (ocular health assessment)Binocular Anomalies, Co-instructor/Lecturer/Laboratory CoordinatorVision & Learning, Laboratory CoordinatorStrabismus & Amblyopia, Laboratory Instructor *Mental Retardation & the Role of the Optometrist Fourth Year Symposium, Lecturer/InstructorClinical Procedures, Laboratory InstructorGuest Lecturer in Numerous Courses Illinois Eye InstituteDevelopmental Disabilities Service, IEI/Victor C. Newman Center *Pediatrics/Binocular Vision Service *Developmental Disabilities Service *Primary Care ServiceIllinois Eye Institute at the Gilchrist-Marchman, Rehabilitation Center, The Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago,Inc., 1984-97 **current teaching assignmentsLeadership/Administrative Positions Held:ICO Board of Trustees member, ICO Alumni Council President/Alumni Representative 2010-11President, Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Association 2010-11 (various other offices held prior to being president ofthe alumni association)Director, Institute for Advanced Competency 1997-99Chief, Eye Care Services, Illinois Eye Institute at the Gilchrist-Marchman Rehabilitation Center Easter Seal Society ofMetropolitan Chicago, Inc. Eye Clinic 1984-97Coordinator, Illinois College of Optometry, Eye and Vision Care Services, Eye Care and Treatment Program 1991-94Director, Residency Programs 1984-86Director, Faculty Seminar Series 1985-86Acting Director, Pediatric Services 1985Chief, Department of Pediatrics & Binocular Vision 1982-85Assistant Director, Department of Clinical Education 1982-84Director, Exceptional Persons Clinic 1979-82 24
    • Honors:Leonardo Da Vinci Award for Excellence in Medicine, Order Sons of Italy 5/11 (The Leonardo da Vinci Award of Excellence has beeninstituted to recognize Italian Americans in a variety of fields, who have become a pride and inspiration to the Italian Community.)Distinguished Practitioner, National Academies of Practice accepted into membership 3/11MainosMemos name top blog in Pediatrics by NetWorked blogs 7/10American Optometric Association spotlight on AOA Members. AOANews highlights the admirable charitable work andexceptional patient care that distinguishes members of the American Optometric Association. AOANews March 22, 2010pg 19.AOATV features AOA members who have distinguished themselves. http://www.iwantmyaoatv.com/player/index.php(available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NUYtklUCCs)AM Skeffington Award for outstanding writing and publishing in the area of binocular vision, vision therapy and visiondevelopment. Awarded by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development 10/09Heart of St. Bartholomew Award presented by St. Bartholomew Parish for outstanding contributions to the parishcommunity. St. Bartholomew Parish 10/09Best Paper, Pang Y, Maino D, Zhang G, Lu F. Myopia: Can its progress be controlled?, Awarded by the Journal ReviewBoard, Optometry & Vision Development, at the annual College of Optometrists in Vision Development Internationalmeeting 2007.Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association International, Inc. Educators Award, Presented at NORA’s annual meetingin Chicago, Il 3/05.Behavioral Scholar in Residence, New England College of Optometry 3/03-4/03Illinois College of Optometry Dean’s, On the Cutting Edge Award 2000, Teamwork Award 2001SCCO Studt Foundation Invited Lecturer. Diagnosis and management of special populations. Case studies indevelopmental disabilities. (5 hours) Studt Foundation Lecture Series, Southern California College of Optometry.Fullerton, CA. 10/99College of Optometrists in Vision Development, President’s Award for Professional Excellence and DedicatedService to His Profession. Presented at the College of Optometrists in Visual Developmental Annual meeting, Austin,TX 10/97.Top Books in the Field of Optometry 1995-96. University of Alabama School of Optometry Faculty Poll. As reported inHigh Performance Optom 1996;10(3):6. (Maino D (ed). Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations. Mosby-Yearbook Inc St. Louis, MO. 1995.)Optometric Editors Association 1993 Award For Outstanding Journalism in Optometry, Best Technical Article SecondPlace National/International Class,. Martinez S, Maino D. A comprehensive review of the Fragile X syndrome: oculo-visual, developmental, and physical characteristics. J Behav Optom 1993; 4: 59-64.Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc. Richard Lis Memorial Award for leadership and initiative in servingindividuals with disabilities. Given at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Easter Seal Society, December 15, 1993 MidlandHotel, Chicago, Il.Optometric Editors Association 1992 Award For Outstanding Journalism in Optometry, Best Newsletter First PlaceNational/International Class, Maino D. (ed), Pediatric Optometry & Vision Therapy, Anadem Publishing, Inc., Columbus,OH.Accepted the Program Excellence Award for the role the Illinois College of Optometry played in the development andimplementation of the Eye Care and Treatment Program. Presented at the 1992 56th Annual Meeting of the Easter SealSociety of Metropolitan Chicago, Congress Hotel, Chicago, Il. 12/92.Optometric Editors Association 1991 Award For Outstanding Journalism in Optometry, Best Newsletter Second PlaceNational/International Class, Maino D. (ed), Pediatric Optometry & Vision Therapy, Anadem Publishing, Inc., Columbus,OH.Whos Who in Health & Medical Services (1990)Whos Who in Business Executives (1990)Whos Who in America (1990) 25
    • Whos Who in the Midwest (1989-90)Meritorious Service Award, Easter Seal Society of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc. Presented at the Americana Congress Hotelat the 49th Annual Directors Meeting, Chicago, Il. 12/11/85I.C.O. Faculty Committee Participation: 1978-present Quality Assurance CommitteeAwards CommitteePeer Review Committee + Committee to Review Examinations (CRE)ICO Benefits Committee * Binocular Vision Curriculum CommitteeProfessional Standards Board Admission InterviewsFaculty Development Committee Publications CommitteePediatric & Binocular Vision Residency Faculty Evaluation & Peer Review Committee * Vision Screening Projects CoordinatorPediatric & Binocular Vision Residency Research Record ReviewCommittee * Clinic AdvisoryPediatric Conference *Faculty Group Practice Plan Working Committee AdmissionsResearch Allocation Committee125th Gala Event Faculty Ticket Sales Captain Dean’s Academic Strategic Plan ImplementationChair, Continuing Education Committee CommitteeStrategic Planning CommitteeFaculty Council Executive Committee Intramural Practice Planning & GoverningCompulink Implementation Committee Module CoordinatorFaculty Candidate Review Committee * Patient RecruitmentICO Internet/World Wide Web Committee Technology CommitteeTenure CommitteeMission Statement Ad Hoc CommitteeFaculty Council Constitution & Bylaws ReviewCommittee * indicates current committee involvement at ICOFaculty Council Merit/Promotion/Tenure ReviewCommitteeDevelopment CommitteeICO Audio/Visual/Online CE Programs/ManualsWhat is amblyopia? (Slide/audio presentation) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tiV5vmHaEg accessed 1-10Neuroplasticity: A Paradigm Sea Change http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXBDQ9UBnKo accessed 1-10Preschool Child Examination, Cole Vision Educational Grant Video. 09/02Unlocking the Faculty Technology Center. ICO Faculty Inservice 03/01MicroSoft Word & PowerPoint ICO Faculty InserviceExaminer-patient role play by Dr. Dominick Maino. Chicago : Illinois College of Optometry. 3/4" video tape, color 1cassette 35 minutes.Exceptional child /adult clinic: vision examination of the exceptional adult / by Dr. Dominick Maino. Chicago : IllinoisCollege of Optometry 1982. 3/4" video tape, color 1 cassette 16 minutes.Clinical orientation : visual examination of pediatric patient / by Dr. Dominick Maino. Chicago : Illinois College ofOptometry 1982. Video instructional series.Auxiliary testing procedures by Dr. Dominick Maino. Chicago : Illinois College of Optometry 1982. 3/4" video tape, color 1cassette 39 minutes. Video instructional series. 26