Neuro-ophthalmologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Truhlsen Eye Institute
Dr. Legge has been interested in an improved understanding of children with CVI since beginning practice in 1991. This interest led to the formulation of the American Conference on Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment, which has conveened 9 times since 2012. He has served as the Program Director for each of these meeting. He completed a Residency in Ophthalmology at Boston University Medical Center, and a Neuro-ophthalmology Fellowship at Tufts – New England Medical Center.
Dr. Legge practices pediatric and adult neuro-ophthalmology, and strabismus surgery at the Truhlsen Eye Institute. He serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. His new interests include wellness and recreational reading.
Disclosures for 2024 CVI Conference: Building Meaningful Recognition
Richard H. Legge is not being paid for his presentation, but his registration fees are being waived.
Richard H. Legge does not have any nonfinancial relationships to disclose.