Binovi Appoints Dr. Michael Gallaway to the Binovi Scientific Advisory Board
[Toronto, New York] Binovi Technologies Corp., (Binovi) (TSX-V:VISN | OTCQB:BNVIF | GR:2EYA) is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Michael Gallaway to the Binovi Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Galloway joins the other members of the board in directing the company’s advancements.
“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Gallaway to the Scientific Advisory Board. His extensive experience working with children will help tremendously as we push Binovi into the education sector, with our focus on K-12 —and particularly K-3—students.”
Adam Cegielski, Binovi CEO.
“I am delighted that Dr. Gallaway has joined our Scientific Advisory Board. His background in scientific research, vision-based learning problems, vision screening, and concussion management, will help take Binovi to another level.”
Dr. Leonard Press, Binovi Chief Scientific Officer.
“I look forward to joining Binovi’s Scientific Advisory Board especially as the company is targeting more advanced school screening protocols and interventions for children.”
Dr. Gallaway, Binovi Scientific Advisory Board Member.
About Dr. Michael Gallaway
Dr. Gallaway is board certified in vision therapy as a Fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry (AAO). He has been in private practice in the South Jersey area since 1989, specializing in vision therapy and children’s vision disorders. He is also an Associate Professor at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University in Philadelphia. In addition to his teaching, he is involved in research in learning related vision problems, amblyopia, vision therapy for convergence insufficiency, and concussion-related vision problems. He has published many articles in optometric journals and has lectured extensively in the US and internationally on children’s vision and vision therapy.
Dr. Gallaway was the Principal Investigator at Salus/PCO for CITT-ART, a National Eye Institute funded nationwide study assessing the impact of vision therapy for convergence insufficiency on reading and attention. In 2015, Dr. Gallaway received the Skeffington Award for Excellence in Optometric Writing from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development in recognition of his scholarly writing and research over his career. Dr. Gallaway was also the Principal Investigator at Salus University for the Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (CITT), an NIH funded randomized multicenter clinical trial that was published in 2008.
Dr. Gallaway was also an Investigator both in his office and at Salus University for the Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group (PEDIG) studying the Amblyopia Treatment Studies, which Dr. Gallaway has participated in from 2001 to 2019.