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Hannah Gregory, O.D., M.S.

Dr. Hannah Gregory is a graduate of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health. While attending A&M, she was Principal Clarinet in the Symphonic Winds Concert Band and involved in the Texas A&M Sailing Team. Dr. Gregory then attended the University of Houston where she earned her Doctor of Optometry and Masters of Physiological Optics and Vision Science degrees.  She also served as president of the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists and the Contact Lens Ambassador for Johnson and Johnson.

Throughout her optometry education, she was heavily involved in Myopia Control Research and travelled to several research conferences presenting her research. Dr. Gregory looks forward to continuing her research while treating this population. In addition to myopia control, she enjoys working with many different specialties including: specialty contact lenses, dry eye, pediatric and binocular vision, special needs for adult and pediatric patients, and ocular disease. During her time at UH, she also received the Award of Clinical Excellence in Cornea and Contact Lens. She has taken several medical mission trips, providing eyecare both locally and abroad.

In her free time, Dr. Gregory enjoys spending time with her family, playing piano and clarinet, participating in water sports, fishing, sailing, and running.