Doctor Chan graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree integrating human physiology and physics. His undergraduate background provided him with a firm foundation for his optometric education. Dr. Chan then graduated from Pacific University with a doctor of optometry degree with distinction and was given the MiraMed Award for excellence in primary care optometry in May 2009. Dr. Chan is an orthokeratologist and has a passion for specialty contact lens including Ortho-K and multifocal contact lens.
When Dr. Chan is out of the office, he enjoys hiking, biking and rollerblading with his family. Dr. Chan speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Doctor Gwendolyn Wong grew up in Coquitlam and obtained her Bachelor of Science at Simon Fraser University. She then went on to complete her Doctor of Optometry at Pacific University of Oregon. She completed a concurrent Masters of Education in Visual Function in Learning along with her Optometry degree. She had the chance to work with teachers and gave a presentation about “Educating Teachers about the Detection of Vision-Related Learning Problems” at the Oregon Association of Teacher Educators Conference.
Dr. Wong has a special interest in pediatrics and binocular dysfunction. She is fluent in English and has conversational skills in Mandarin.
Doctor Li grew up in Toronto, where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science (in Cell and Molecular Biology) at the University of Toronto. She moved to Chicago shortly after where she attended Illinois College of Optometry. During her studies, she completed the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship and received the Vincent Salierno Scholarship. Dr. Li is passionate about nearsightedness control and ocular surface disease.
In her down time, Dr. Li enjoys exploring the outdoors, walking the dogs, and cooking up a hearty meal. Dr. Li speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Optometric Assistant in training