Dr. Josée Martineau graduated with honors in 1989 with both a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and her Optometry degree (O.D) from the University of Waterloo. She received two prestigious awards, the T.T Beattie award for the Orthoptics and Visual training and the A.W. Cole Award for the Clinical Excellence. She also has her therapeutic drug accreditation from Northeastern Sate University, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Martineau has worked with the CNIB as low vision consultant and remains actively involved in helping the visually impaired. She also sat on a national advisory committee that studied the needs of visually impaired Canadians.
Dr. Martineau has sat on the Discipline Committee of the Ontario College of Optometry. She chaired the Optometry review Committee for the Ontario College of Optometry for many years. Dr. Martineau is also an examiner for the National Board of Examiners. She has given many lectures on Optometry. Both CBC radio and television have requested interviews and she has been featured in the newspaper Le Droit.
Furthermore, Dr. Martineau is a mother of three boys. In the summer, she drives of a boat for all types of water sports. In winter time, she is a busy hockey mom. Balance and sanity are achieved through running forty kilometers per week.
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