Dr. Lillian Shen graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry in 1999, and has since then been working in private practice. Dr. Shen is our resident specialist on laser refractive procedures, including PRK, Custom LASIK, and Intralase.She is DPA, TPA, and LASIK co-management certified.Dr. Shen and her husband live in San Ramon and have three children.
Dr. Jeffrey Ko graduated from the UC Berkeley School of Optometry in 1973. He has over 30 years of private practice experience. In addition, he is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches optometry students.His specialties include hard to fit contact lenses and VDT (computer) vision correction.He is DPA, TPA, and LASIK co-management certified.
Carla is the office manager at Golden Gate Optometry. She has 20 years of experience in the optical industry and will be happy to assist you with your eye care needs.
Steven is a full-time staff member at Golden Gate Optometry, applying to optometry school this year. His favorite aspect about eye care is helping patients pick a frame that suits them.
Jenna is a part-time staff member, recently graduated from UC Berkeley. She will apply to optometry school next year and hopes to help people see clearer in the future.
Kerry is a full-time staff member at Golden Gate Optometry, applying for optometry school this year. His favorite aspect about optometry is providing people with the ability to see and live the life they want.
Michelle is a senior at UC Berkeley, majoring in Integrative Biology and minoring in Southeast Asian Studies. Her favorite aspect of optometry is teaching patients how to insert contact lenses for the first time.
Andrea is a senior at UC Berkeley, majoring in Integrative Biology and minoring in Dance & Performance Studies. She is applying to optometry school this year. She enjoys contact lens training and helping patients find the perfect frame.
Iman is a senior at UC Berkeley, studying Molecular Environmental Biology. Her favorite aspect about optometry is seeing the excitement patients have when they see their surroundings through clear lenses