Optometrists

Diane Calderón, O.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Diane Calderón received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) and completed a residency in primary care and ocular disease at The Eye Institute at PCO.  She held a faculty appointment at Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry in Fort Lauderdale, FL prior to returning to her hometown of NYC. Dr. Calderón specializes in the treatment and management of ocular disease as well as laser vision correction co-management and contact lens fittings. She has presented posters and published papers in various topics in primary care and ocular disease. Dr. Calderón is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, a Clinical Examiner of the National Board of Examiners in Optometry and a member of the American Optometric Association.  She is fluent in Spanish and has participated in numerous mission trips providing eye care to communities in Central and South America.

Dr. Calderón is the Ocular Disease Residency Supervisor.


Anna Lange, O.D., F.A.A.O.

Dr. Anna Lange earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the State University of New York College of Optometry. She completed her residency in ocular disease with emphasis in co-managing retinal pathology, glaucoma, anterior segment pathology, oculoplastics, strabismus, pediatrics, and specialty contact lens fittings at Fromer Eye Centers in New York.

She is an award recipient for outstanding volunteer commitment to community service and was inducted into Golden Key International Honor Society. She is an active member of the Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity, American Academy of Optometry, American Optometric Association and New York State Optometric Association. She has participated in national and international medical mission trips to Tennessee, Panama, Mexico and Peru. She has presented posters at academic meetings and delivered a COPE (The Council on Optometric Practitioner Education) approved lecture. Dr. Lange is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.

She speaks Russian and Spanish.


Elsa Sheerer, O.D.

Dr. Elsa Sheerer received her Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY College of Optometry. She completed her residency training in pediatric optometry at SUNY College of Optometry and Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center in Brooklyn, New York. She specializes in diagnosis and treatment of various ocular and visual conditions affecting the pediatric population such as amblyopia, strabismus, and refractive error. She also manages pediatric ocular disease. In addition to performing comprehensive eye exams for adults and children, Dr. Sheerer also enjoys providing eye care to children and adults with special needs such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and autism.

Dr. Sheerer is a member of the American Optometric Association, American Academy of Optometry (AAO), College of Optometrists in Visual Development (COVD). Dr. Sheerer has volunteered her time with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity in a mission trip to Peru. Dr. Sheerer has previously presented at the AAO and COVD annual meetings.


Erica Stubbs, O.D.

Dr. Erica Stubbs earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the State University of New York College of Optometry. She completed an ocular disease based externship at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, with emphasis in co-managing glaucoma, retinal vascular disease, and anterior segment pathology. Dr. Stubbs is experienced in the fields of vision therapy and pediatrics. She co-manages post and pre-operative surgical care and is skilled to fit various types of contact lenses, including specialty contacts. She is also proficient in the treatment and management of dry eye disease. Dr. Stubbs has worked in a variety of clinical settings performing routine and problem oriented eye care to patients of all ages.
She enjoys working with the pediatric population and volunteered to spend part of her clinical training performing weekly vision screenings and eye examinations within a public school setting to aid in the early detection of vision related learning problems.

Dr. Stubbs is the Site Supervisor for the SUNY College of Optometry Externship Program.

Dr. Stubbs is a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Honor Society.


Marina Su, O.D., F.A.A.O.

optometristDr. Marina Su earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry. She completed her clinical training in the Vision Therapy, Pediatrics, Contact Lenses and Low Vision clinics at the Eye Care Center in California, Minnesota Eye Consultants in Minnesota, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton in California, and Whiteriver Hospital on the Apache Reservation in Arizona. She then completed her residency in ocular disease with emphasis in co-managing anterior and posterior segment pathology, glaucoma, oculoplastics, strabismus, pediatrics, low vision and specialty contact lens fittings at Fromer Eye Centers in New York. She is the recipient of the Dr. Al Dennis Memorial Endowed Award (the highest service award) and California Optometric Council Endowed Scholarship for leadership, as well as the Dr. Cecil B. Kohake Endowed Scholarship for clinical science. She has presented posters at academic meetings and delivered COPE-approved lectures. She is an active member of the American Academy of Optometry, American Optometric Association, New York State Optometric Association, and Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity. She speaks Taiwanese, Mandarin, and Spanish.

Dr. Su is the Ocular Disease Co-Residency Supervisor and an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor of the State University of New York, State College of Optometry, for the optometric externship and residency programs at Fromer Eye Centers.


thuy tran, O.D.

Dr. Thuy Tran earned her Doctorate of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry. She completed her clinical training at VA West Los Angeles, Indian Health Services Hospital in New Mexico and BG Crawford F. Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic in Japan. Her training included emphasis in treatment and co-management of glaucoma, retinal vascular diseases and anterior segment pathology. She is also experienced in vision therapy, low vision and contact lens fittings. She has special interest in pediatrics and has worked with children with Downs Syndrome, Autism and ADHD. She is the recipient of the Dr. Gerardine J. Sherman Memorial Endowed Scholarship and is an active member of the American Optometric Association.

Dr. Tran has traveled to Haiti, Colombia and Vietnam for medical mission trips. She currently volunteers at the Bowery Mission Clinic in NYC, providing services to the homeless while precepting SUNY Optometry students. She speaks fluent Vietnamese.


Elizabeth Yusupov, O.D.

Dr. Elizabeth Yusupov earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from SUNY College of Optometry in New York. She completed her clinical training at West Point Military Academy providing services to cadets, soldiers, family members and retirees of the United States Army. Additionally she completed an ocular disease based externship at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn, with an emphasis on retinal disease, glaucoma and anterior segment pathology. She is trained in performing comprehensive exams including contact lens fitting as well as co-managing pre and post-operative surgical care.

Dr. Yusupov is a member of American Optometry Association and New York State Optometric Association. She has also volunteered her time at the Bowery Mission in Manhattan providing comprehensive eye exams to the underprivileged community.