DEPARTMENT OF OPTOMETRY
Marsha S. Snow, O.D.
Associate Professor, Optometry
Academic Office - (205) 934-5109
UAB Eye Care - (205) 975-2020
526 Henry Peters Building
1716 University Boulevard
1530 Third Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35294-0010
A.S. Northeast State Community College
B.S. University of Alabama at Birmingham
O.D. University of Alabama at Birmingham
Low Vision and Geriatric Residency, Birmingham Veterans Administration Medical Center
Chief, Low Vision Patient Services at UABSO
Co-Director, UAB Center for Low Vision Rehabilitation
Adjunct Professor: The School of Education
Clinical Low Vision Rehabilitation OPT 335, UABSO; Course Master
Anatomy and Educational Implications of the Eye, School of Education; Course Master
Physical Diagnosis OPT 325; Lecturer
Diseases of the Posterior Segment; Lecturer
Dr. Snow's research interests are in low vision rehabilitation.
Bambara J, Dreer LE, Elliot TR, Swanson MN, DeCarlo DK, Usawatte G. Well Being of Individual with Low Vision and Their Informal Caregivers' Gratitude and Altruism. Rehabilitation Psychology Annual Conference. Abstract and Poster, 2006.
Dreer LE, Elliot TR, Fletcher DC, Swanson MN. Social Problem Solving Abilities and Psychological Adjustment of Persons in Low Vision Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Psychology. 2005; 50 (3).
Nowakowski RW, Swanson MN. Online Learning Initial Lessons from Course Supplementation with WebCT®. Optometric Education. 2004; 30 (15): 11-18.
Fuhr PSW, Holmes LD, Fletcher DC, Swanson MN, Kuyk TK. The AMA Guides functional vision score is a better predictor of vision-targeted quality of life than traditional measures of visual acuity or visual field extent. Visual Impairment Research. 2003; 15(3): 137-146.
Swanson, MN, Fuhr PSW. Three Strikes...Not Necessarily Out. A Low Vision Success Story. SECO International 2001. Abstract.