James Kundart[email protected] +1-503-352-2759
Professional Designation: OD
Professional Boards and Affiliations: Fellow, American Academy of Optometry Academic Fellow, College of Optometrists in Vision Development
About these Clinics/Practices
Dr. Kundart received his Bachelor of Science in astronomy and astrophysics and Bachelor of Arts in history from the Pennsylvania State University. He matriculated from Pacific University with his doctorate in optometry, with distinction, and a Master’s of Education with emphasis on the relationship of handedness with learning disabilities. He joined the faculty of the College of Optometry in 2005, where he teaches visual perception, ocular motility, nutritional optometry, and pediatric ocular disease. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Vision Science, studying the relationship between the retinal structure and image size difference (aniseikonia).
Dr. Kundart was in private practice for five years in Easton, Pennsylvania, where he specialized in primary care and low vision for the working poor and special-needs children. Dr. Kundart is a fellow in the American Academy of Optometry and an academic fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. He runs the 3D Performance service in Beaverton where he specializes in double vision and aniseikonia from ocular, neurological, and systemic disease, especially the connective tissue disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Pacific Eye Clinic, Beaverton
12600 SW Crescent Street
OR - Oregon
Qualification Type: Undergraduate
School Name: The Pennsylvania State University
Degree: BA BS
Qualification Type: Postgraduate
School Name: Pacific University
Degree: OD MEd