Our Professional Team…
Our team of eye care professionals enjoy contributing to our patients’ quality of life. Healthy eyes, good vision!
Carolyn Cutre, O.D.
Dr. Cutre founded Cicero Family Eye Care in 2004. She has been practicing optometry in Upstate New York since the year 2000. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Syracuse University, then a Doctor of Optometry degree at The New England College of Optometry. Her clinical experience is concentrated in primary eye care, which includes treatment of eye disease, eye infections, and minor eye injuries, but also includes treatment of pediatric vision disorders, age-related eye disease, & providing care to the mentally and physically disabled. Patients of all ages are comfortable with her warm but professional approach. Dr. Cutre is also a clinical investigator for contact lens related studies.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Laura Goldberg to our practice! Dr. Goldberg has recently completed her residency in Primary Care & Ocular Disease at the Wilmington VA Medical Center in Delaware. Originally from New Jersey, she graduated from Lafayette College magna cum laude with a double major in Biology and German. She continued her education at New England College of Optometry, graduating in 2016 with a dual OD/MS degree. While at NECO, Dr. Goldberg served as student blogger for the school website and vice president of the Private Practice Club. For her Masters in Vision Science degree, she performed research on identifying possible causes of developmental progression of myopia. Based on the publication of this research, she has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Julius F. Neumueller Award in Optics by the American Academy of Optometry Foundation. http://www.neco.edu/news/entry/2017-neumueller-award
In addition to her passion for optometry, Dr. Goldberg enjoys traveling and experiencing many cultures and customs. She has studied at the University of Würzburg, Germany, completed a course on dispensing optics at Aalen University, and joined the optometry program at Aston University in Birmingham, England for a clinical rotation. She also volunteers for the Special Olympics and participated in a mission trip to provide optometric care to the underprivileged population of Belize. It is her goal to use these experiences to improve vision care for all people, wherever they may live.