Tracy Doll, OD, FAAO
After 15 years in the world of academia, Dr. Tracy Doll has transitioned to Sunset Eye Clinic in Beaverton, OR where she is the Director of Ocular Surface Care Services.
Dr. Doll graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2006 and completed a residency with the Portland VA Medical Center in primary care in 2007. She then started a teaching career with Pacific University College of Optometry, instructing in didactive courses and clinical services for 1st through 4th-year students in the realms of ocular disease, procedures, and even optometric Spanish. She pioneered one of the first ocular surface dryness centers inside a university, supervising 4th-year optometry students and residents, as well as performing direct care for those with ocular surface dryness.
Dr. Doll has a passion for lecturing, writing, and research on the topic of improving ocular surface dryness and safe beauty for the eye. She is thrilled to be taking part as a contributor to the upcoming Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society (TFOS) Workshop, “A Lifestyle Epidemic: Ocular Surface Dryness,” where she will be part of the subcommittee on cosmetics.
Dr. Doll is delighted to serve on the American Academy of Optometry Anterior Segment Section leadership team and is a proud member of the Intrepid Eye Society and TFOS. She is also the Co-Medical Editor for Dry Eye Coach, offering online resources for doctors and the public alike.
In her free time, Dr. Doll enjoys exploring the Portland food and wine scene with her husband. She is also the dance mom of two hardworking daughters who love math.