Dr. Julie Abraham attended and graduated the Nova Southeastern College of Optometry.
At Nova Southeastern University, she won the Volk Ocular Disease Excellence Award for top honors in ocular disease. Her biggest passion is to fit scleral lenses because she helps people that are blind to see again!
She volunteered her time in many mission trips including third world countries. While on her rotation at the Tianjin Eye Hospital, southwest of Beijing in China, she taught many courses to optometrists and ophthalmologists on nutrition, pediatrics, and vision therapy. She also finished her rotation at the Gainesville VA Hospital where she conducted low vision and primary care exams to the geriatric population. She specializes in geriatrics, ocular disease, and contact lenses.
Dr. Abraham graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a bachelor's degree in Biology. She was born in Oklahoma City, OK and has lived in Dallas, TX for many years until she attended optometry school in 2005. Her parents are originally from south India. Her mother is a registered nurse and her dad is technician for a defense company. She also has a sister who just graduated with her MBA from Rice University in Houston, TX.