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Dr. Jack Richman

Jack E. Richman, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He has practiced and lectured in the care of children, oculomotor and binocular vision disorders, and acquired brain injured patients for over four decades. He has served as a full professor and lecturer at three Colleges of Optometry. Clinically, he has also served as Chief of the Pediatric Optometry and Binocular Vision service at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, The Michigan College of Optometry, and the New England Eye Institute in Boston, MA. Presently, he is  a Professor Emeritus at the New England College of Optometry after retiring retired from full time practice and teaching in 2008.
Dr. Richman has lectured widely, both in this country and internationally. He has published approximately 60 articles and book chapters on a wide range of clinical and research topics. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a Diplomate in the Section on Pediatric Optometry, Binocular Vision and Perception, and a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development Certified in Vision Therapy.
Dr. Richman has been actively involved in law enforcement for over 23 years. He is a certified Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) instructor, a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE), and a Drug Recognition Expert instructor. For over 20 years, he has served as a member of the National Highway Safety Committee’s Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. In this position, he has influenced significant changes and advances  to many of the eye tests in the SFST and DRE programs.. He presently serves as a sworn member of the Hingham Police Department in Massachusetts as the  police physician. He is active in training police officers in many New England states on a regular basis.