Jennifer H. Fisher, OD



Dr. Fisher completed her Doctorate of Optometry and Bachelor’s in Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley. She graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and completed a residency in Vision Therapy and Vision Rehabilitation at the State University of New York College of Optometry. During her residency, she worked extensively with children on the autism spectrum and with special needs. She was chosen to present research posters on children detailing her work with this unique population. She loves working with children, and making eye exams fun. In addition, she had extensive training with patients with Acquired Brain Injury as well as Vestibular Dysfunction. Dr. Fisher currently works at a private practice part time with a focus on binocular vision and vision therapy, as well as teaches in the Binocular Vision clinic at UC Berkeley. She is a Bay Area native, and grew up in Moraga, California.

In her free time, she loves running half-marathons, Pinteresting, and Do-It-Yourself craft projects. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, and she recently gave birth to a baby girl in December 2016.


Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Biology,
      University of California Berkeley

Doctor of Optometry
      UC Berkeley School of Optometry

      State University of New York, College of Optometry
      in Vision therapy and Vision rehabilitation

Current practice

Visualeyes Optometry
5980 Stoneridge Dr. #110
Pleasanton, CA 94588

UC Berkeley Optometry
Binocular Vision Clinic
200 Minor Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720