Dr. Danny Quaglietta
Dr. Danny Quaglietta received his Doctor of Optometry (OD) at the University of Waterloo, School of Optometry in 2011. He completed his clerkships in ocular disease at OMNI Eye Care in Atlanta, Georgia, and in pediatrics and vision therapy in Brampton, Ontario. He is a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists (OAO), the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO), and a Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension Program (OEP).
Prior to his optometric training, he completed a Masters of Science (MSc) at the University of Toronto investigating infant physiology and development. His work was presented at several national and international conferences and published in high ranking academic journals. He received the Richard Rowe Research Award and the Lorne Phenix Award for this work.
Dr. Quaglietta practices full scope optometry with a focus on contact lenses, novel evidence-based dry eye therapy techniques, and provides vision therapy for adults and children suffering with learning-related vision problems, amblyopia (“lazy-eye”), and other binocular vision disorders. He also has a wealth of experience in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease such as diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and glaucoma.
Dr. Quaglietta is an active volunteer in the community and received the Gordon Cressy Leadership Award for his work by the University of Toronto.
Dr. Michael Sher
Dr. Michael Sher is excited to call Etobicoke Optometrists his new home. He is passionate about dry eye disease, myopia control and low vision. He studied Optometry at the University of Waterloo in Ontario where he Graduated on the Dean’s Honour list. He completed his undergraduate degree in NY while volunteering as an EMT when not studying. During his studies he completed internships at a Low Vision clinic in the GTA, as well as a large specialist centre called Houston Eye Associates in Texas.
Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa where he spent much of his vacation time on Safari’s, he gained an appreciation for nature. He enjoys playing sports, gardening, making sushi, traveling and the outdoors. Dr. Sher is now accepting new patients (and hiking recommendations)!
Dr. Nancy Liu
Dr. Liu obtained her Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Western Ontario and her Doctorate of Optometry from the University of Waterloo. She futhered her training by completing a residency in ocular disease at the Boston Veteran’s Affair Hospital. During this time, she worked closely with ophthalmologists to care for patients with complex conditions, including thoses with systemic diseases that affect the eyes. She has contributed case presentations to several conferences and is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. Dr. Liu provides primary care to patients of all ages including myopia management and dry eye treatment.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Liu enjoys hiking, baking and spending time with her Bichon, Nini. Dr. Liu is an avid traveller and has attended two international medical mission trips, providing eye care to underserved communities in Haiti and Nicaragua.