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Joined Kelsey-Seybold

January 2020

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Professional Background

After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in physics and astronomy from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green in 2013, Dr. Morrow went on to earn her Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tenn., in 2017 with a special interest in contact lens and anterior segment. She then completed her residency with a special interest in refractive surgery and anterior segment disease at the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2019.  Dr. Morrow is certified by the Texas Optometry Board as an optometric glaucoma specialist.

Professional Associations

Dr. Morrow is a member of the American Optometric Association.

Hobbies and Interests

Dr. Morrow enjoys video games, reading, spending time with family and friends, and fitness.

Fun Facts

The best advice Dr. Morrow has ever received is, “Be kind to people. Treat them as you would want to be treated.”
The most interesting place she’s lived is New York City. Although it was for a short time, she spent all her time on Broadway seeing every show she could.
Her guilty pleasure is cake: “Any cake. Every cake!”

​Eye care is a team effort. It’s my duty to provide the best care while also being a source of support in taking steps toward my patients’ goals.

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Awards & Recognitions


  • Interdisciplinary studies in the classroom – Southern College of Optometry
    • Participated in a study to intertwine working with other medical professions (social workers, physician assistant, pharmacist) to provide optimal patient care into the learning process in optometry programs.
  • Louis Stokes Research Incentive – Western Kentucky University
    • Conducted a study to produce a working model eye to use for teaching purpose in undergraduate physics courses as well as pre-Optometry programs.
    • Conducted a study to find a formula to improve optics of reflective surfaces to be used in telescopes and other optical devises. Completed with poster presentation in 2012.