Srihari Narayanan, O.D., Ph.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Srihari Narayanan is an experienced Optometric Practitioner, Educator and Researcher. He is currently a Professor and Director of Cornea and Dry Eye Service at the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry. He serves on various University / National / International committees with leadership roles. Dr. Narayanan teaches a variety of didactic courses and serves as a clinical preceptor for OD students. He provides COPE-approved CE lectures for licensed Optometrists. Dr. Narayanan has been involved in educating Optometrists in several European and Asian countries as well. His research interests include tear film and dry eye disease as well as anterior uveitis. He has several scientific publications and has presented research and continuing education in national and international meetings. Prior to moving to the United States, Dr. Narayanan practiced optometry in India and Bahrain.
 
 
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Maria Pribis, O.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Maria Pribis is a Diplomate of the American Board of optometry and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a BS in Psychology. She graduated with high honors from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. While in optometry school she was president of SOSH. Dr. Pribis was inducted into BSK honor society. She completed an ocular disease residency at the Baltimore VA Hospital. During this time she rotated through Johns Hopkins cornea and specialty contact lens clinics. She’s a partner in private practice in Stamford, CT where she specializes in ocular surface disease and contact lenses. Dr. Pribis lectures extensively with the optometry education company, KMK. Dr. Pribis was awarded Connecticut’s young optometrist of the year award in early 2015. She is the founder of Ocularprime, which is a website that encourages you to “Live in Your OcularPrime,” which is a short phrase designed to support a commitment to consistency across the entire health spectrum for those who want to become the best version of themselves.