Reed Jost, MS
Reed grew up in Dallas, attending Jesuit College Preparatory School before graduating from Boston College as a Biochemistry major. He obtained his Master’s in Medical Science from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. He is currently a research associate in the Crystal Charity Ball Pediatric Evaluation Laboratory at the Retina Foundation of the Southwest in Dallas.
His current research focuses on vision screening, new amblyopia treatments, reading development, strabismus, and cataracts. Reed has authored more than 10 peer-reviewed publications and more than 40 symposia-presented abstracts. Reed enjoys staying active with golf, tennis and soccer, as well as spending time with his wife in Dallas.
Recent publications include:
- “Beyond Screening for Risk Factors: Objective Detection of Strabismus and Amblyopia.”
- “A Binocular iPad Treatment for Amblyopic Children.”
- “Binocular iPad Game vs. Patching for Treatment of Amblyopia in Children: A Randomized Clinic Trial.”