Dr. Scott graduated from UC Berkeley's School of Optometry in 1999 and has been practicing for over 20 years. He enjoys all aspects of Optometry, whether it's finding the perfect solution to your visual needs, eliminating an eye infection, or alleviating the source of dry eye symptoms. Dr. Scott takes care to explain what's happening to your eyes and answer your questions clearly and understandably.
He was born and raised in Livermore, graduating with Honors from Livermore High in 1990. He went on to earn his Bachelor's Degree from UC Berkeley, cum laude('with Distinction'). He served on the Board of Directors of the Livermore Area Recreation & Park District (LARPD) and the local YMCA. His wife, Jennifer, is a former Deputy District Attorney who cares for their 3 delightful children: Audrey, 14; Evan, 11; and Nolan, 8 years old. Dr. Scott speaks Spanish fluently.
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Education: Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Ancient History, UC Berkeley; Doctor of Optometry, UC Berkeley
Dr. Gee joined Murrieta Optometry in 2007 .
As an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley, he played the saxophone in the Cal Band and served as its student musical director. After earning his doctorate at the Berkeley School of Optometry in 2006, he joined the clinical faculty, teaching clinical case management to interns at the Berkeley Eye Center, the Alameda County Medical Center in East Oakland, and the Castle Family Health Center in the Central Valley town of Atwater. As a senior research scientist in Emeryville, Dr. Gee spent 2 years performing federally funded research on indoor lighting technology, focusing on visual performance and energy efficiency.
Dr. Gee has spent over a decade serving on the board of directors for several non-profit organizations promoting optometry and vision care in the community. In 2011, the California Optometric Association named Dr. Gee their “Young Optometrist of the Year.” He served for seven years on the California Optometric Association’s Education Committee, coordinating education events for doctors throughout California and making sure doctors stay up to date on all the latest in eye healthcare trends and technology. After chairing the committee for four years, he was elected to the COA’s Board of Trustees in 2018 and now dedicates much of his “free time” to advocating for quality eye care and health care for all Californians.
With over 12 years of experience in myopia control, Dr. Gee is one of the Tri-Valley’s experts in orthokeratology. And with a passion for more complex contact lens fits, anterior eye disease, and headache management.
Dr. Gee is licensed at the highest level under California law and are therefore certified to diagnose & medically treat eye diseases including glaucoma, macular degeneration, eye infections, and dry eye syndromes.
Languages Spoken: English
Education: O.D. & B.A. from UC Berkeley
Dr. Moore’s passion for optometry began when her grandfather lost his vision to macular degeneration. She completed both her bachelor’s and optometry degrees at UC Berkeley. During undergrad, she marched trumpet in the Cal Band, including one season where she lead the script Cal ripple bow. In 2013, Dr. Moore was the recipient of the Bernhardt N. Thal O.D. VSP excellence in Primary Care Award. A San Jose native, Dr. Moore enjoys hiking, yoga, Cal football, and spending time with her two cats Nico and Ollie.
Languages Spoken: English
Dr. David Liou was born and raised in San Diego,Ca. He received his bachelor's degree in Biology at UC San Diego, and obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from UC Berkeley School of Optometry. In addition to English, he also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese. During his free time, Dr. Liou enjoys watching musicals, binge-watching his favorite TV shows and going to Disneyland
Languages Spoken: English, Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese
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