CURRICULUM VITAE

Ivetta Sue Daccache, O.D., FAAO

Education

University of Missouri-St. Louis
School of Optometry
St. Louis, Missouri
Cornea and Contact Lens Resident, July 2003
Indiana University
School of Optometry
Bloomington, Indiana
Doctor of Optometry, May 2002

Bradley University
Peoria, Illinois 61606
Bachelor of Science (chemistry), May 1996

Practice Information

Bond Eye Associates
Optometrist
Pekin, Illinois, July 2008-present

Work Experience

Indiana University School of Optometry
Dr. Richard Meetz and Lois Kaufmann
Job Description: associate instructor
August – October 2001
Indiana University School of Optometry
Dr. Susana Chung
Job Description: research assistant
August 1999 – May 2000

Methodist Medical Center
Dr. Bijan Dibadj
Peoria, Illinois
Job Description: medical office clerk
August 1996 – May 1998
Bradley University
Cullom – Davis Library
Peoria, Illinois
Job Description: access services assistant
August 1993 – August 1996

J.C. Penney
Peoria, Illinois
Job Description: salesclerk
October 1995 – April 1996
Bradley University
Chemistry department
Peoria, Illinois
Job Description: lab assistant
August 1992 – August 1995

Target Chain Stores
Peoria, Illinois
Job Description: salesclerk
August 1993 – May 1994

Professional Experience

Bard Optical
Optometrist
East Peoria, Illinois,
September 2004-April 2008
Family Care Health Center
Assistant Clinical Professor, primary care clinic preceptor
St. Louis, Missouri,
August 2003-February 2005

University of Missouri-St. Louis
Optometric Center

Assistant Clinical Professor, primary care clinic preceptor
St. Louis, Missouri,
August 2003-February 2005
University of Missouri-St. Louis
University Eye Care Center

Assistant Clinical Professor; contact lens and primary care clinic preceptor, director of refractive management clinic, study co-investigator
St. Louis, Missouri,
August 2003- February 2005

University of Missouri-St. Louis
University Eye Care Center

Cornea and contact lens resident; contact lens and primary care clinics, assistant to contact lens courses
St. Louis, Missouri;
July 2002 – July 2003
Morey-Mulqueeny Eye Center
Cornea and contact lens resident; primary care, contact lens and refractive surgery pre- and post-operative evaluations
Creve Coeur, Missouri;
July 2002 –July 2003

Washington University School of Medicine
Department of Ophthalmology

Cornea and contact lens resident;
St. Louis, Missouri;
July 2002 – July 2003
Keesler Air Force Base
Optometry Clinic

4th year intern; primary care rotation
Biloxi, Mississippi;
February – May 2002

Eye Surgeons of Indiana
4th year intern; ocular disease rotation
Indianapolis, Indiana;
October 2001- January 2002
Indiana University School of Optometry Clinics
4th year intern; low vision, pediatrics, binocular vision, ocular disease, and contact lens rotation
Bloomington, Indiana;
August – October 2001

Indiana University Health Center Optometry Clinic
4th year intern; urgent care rotation
Bloomington, Indiana;
August – October 2001
Danville Veteran Affairs Medical Center
Optometry Clinic

4th year intern; primary care rotation
Danville, Illinois;
May – August 2001

Optik Boutique
Dr. Rhonda Dameron
Job Description: optical technician
Peoria, Illinois;
May – August 1999

Affiliations & Other Experience

  • Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry – 2001 – 2003, student member.
    October 2007 fellowship attained.
  • Association of Contact Lens Educators—March 2004 – February 2005.
  • St. Louis Optometric Society — 2002 — 2005.
  • Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity – 1999 – 2005.
  • Indiana Optometric Association- 1998 – 2002.
  • Indiana Optometric Student Association – 1998 – 2002.
  • American Optometric Association, Contact Lens Section — 1998 – 2004.
  • American Optometric Student Association – 1998 – 2002.
  • Home Schooling Teacher – 1993 – 1995.
  • St. Jude Teen Leader – 1985 – 1998.

Research Involvement

Visual Performance of Wild Eyes Contact Lenses. Co-investigator for student project.

Comparison of Three Different GP materials for Comfort and Deposits. Co-investigator.

The Effect of Center Thickness on Fitting Relationship and on Both Initial Patient Comfort and Satisfaction with GP Lenses.  Abstract submitted and accepted for the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting December 4-7, 2003. Dallas, Texas

Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus Study (CLEK). Co-investigator and Co-coordinator.

Specialty Contact Lens fits for Keratoconus and Other Irregular Corneas. Design and primary investigator.

A Comparison of Three Different Methods for Fitting GP Lenses for Corneal Reshaping.  Abstract submitted and accepted for American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting December 12-16, 2002.  San Diego, California.

Bausch and Lomb Orthokeratology Study. Co-investigator.

Correctech Orthokeratology Study. Co-investigator.

The Effects of Luminance on Reading Performance.  Senior Project under the advisement of Dr. Susana Chung at the Indiana University School of Optometry; abstract submitted and accepted for the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting December 6 – 10, 2001.   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Publications and Presentations

“Refractive Surgery and Corneal Refractive Therapy”
Seminar, Forest Pharmaceuticals—Earth City, Missouri,
September 2004.

“How to Make the Most of Your Residency”
Seminar, RGPLI Cornea and Contact Lens Residents Meeting–St. Louis,
Missouri, August 2004.

“Contact Lens improves St. Charles Man’s Vision”
Televised interview, Fox 2 News in the Morning, March 2004.

“Grand Rounds—Air Freshener Emergency”
Advisor for presentation,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
September 2003.

“Grand Rounds—Therapeutic Update in Dry Eyes”
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri, June 2003.

“Gas Permeable Extended Wear”
Chapter co-authored with Edward Bennett, MSEd,
OD in  Manual on Gas Permeable Lenses. Bennett ES,
Hom MM. St. Louis, Elsevier 2004.

“Contact Lenses and the Work Environment”
Lecture, presented to third year students at
University of Missouri-St. Louis, March 2003.

“Soft Bifocal Fitting”
Seminar, University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
Fall 2002 and Spring 2003.

“Grand Rounds—Soft Lenses and Compression Rings”
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri, October 2002.

“Punctal Plugs”
Seminar, University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
Fall 2002 and Spring 2003.

“Acne Rosacea, Blepharitis, and Preseptal Cellulitis”
Indiana University School of Optometry, October 2001.

“CMV Retinitis”
Danville VAMC, July 2001.

Continuing Education & Workshops

CooperVision soft toric workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
February 2004, clinical consultant.
RGPLI fitting workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
February 2004, clinical consultant.

Informed OD’s Annual Meeting,
sponsored by Alcon Labs, Inc., January 2004.
Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus
certification, July 2003.
BE Orthokeratology fitting workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
April 2003, coordinator of event.

Coopervision soft toric workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
February 2003, coordinator of event.
RGPLI fitting workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
February 2003, coordinator of event.

X-Cel gas permeable fitting workshop,
University of Missouri—St. Louis, Missouri,
November 2002, coordinator of event.
“Interpreting Visual Fields”,
Eye Surgeons of Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana,
December 2001.

Our Locations


We have multiple locations throughout Illinois for your convenience. Click on a location below for full details and directions.





 

Peoria Office


6800 N Knoxville Ave, Peoria, IL 61614

 

Phone: 309.692.2020 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service





 

Pekin Office


725 S 14th Street, Pekin, IL 61554

 

Phone: 309.353.6660 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service





 

Illinois Valley Eye Laser Institute


6800 N Knoxville Ave, Peoria, IL 61614

 

Phone: 309.689.0700 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service