Dr. Michael Lipson is an optometrist/assistant professor at University of Michigan’s Kellogg Eye Center. His clinical practice involves contact lenses with emphasis on specialty contact lenses: overnight corneal reshaping, keratoconus, post-corneal transplant, post-refractive surgery and severe dry eye patients. He conducts clinical research studies on corneal reshaping, vision-related quality of life, myopia control and new lens designs. He lectures nationally and internationally on specialty contact lens and research topics. He is a consultant to Bausch and Lomb’s Specialty Vision Products relative to OrthoK education and other specialty vision products. He is on the GPLI Advisory Board and last year, served as the Vice-President of the Scleral Lens Education Society. He attended Michigan State University, received his OD degree from Illinois College of Optometry.