Anna is the Principal Staff Optometrist for Ocular Pathology and Advanced Ocular Techniques at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at UNSW. She was a first class honours graduate of UNSW in 1996 and went on to obtain her Master of Optometry and Graduate Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics also from UNSW. She has been extensively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical teaching since 2000 and is involved in the continuing education of Optometrists in Australia and New Zealand. Her previous roles include working in private practice, Centre for Eye Health appointment as Principal Optometrist and part of the Victorian Rural project for Optometrists. She has been instrumental in establishing a number of online teaching programs for optometrists and medical practitioners. She has been the recipient of a number of awards including the Josef Lederer Award for Excellence in Optometry in 2008 and a UNSW Excellence Award for Teaching in 2009. She is passionate about teaching, detection, diagnosis and management of ocular disease, and incorporating sophisticated ocular imaging technologies to optimise clinical practice and prevent irreversible vision loss. Her clinical interests are in ocular pathology with a particular interest in new technologies for the early detection and management of glaucoma.