Alison Bozung, OD, FAAO

Clinical Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

Contact Information

200 Hawkins Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52242


BS, Biological Sciences, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
OD, Doctor of Optometry, Southern College of Optometry
Resident, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami

Licensure and Certifications

Fellow of the Academy - American Academy of Optometry


Bozung, A. (2018). Purtscher Retinopathy.

Bozung, A. (2018). Phlyctenular Conjunctivitis.

Bozung, A. (2018). Molluscum contagiosum.

Bozung, A. (2018). HSV Keratitis.

VanDenBerg, R., Diakonis, V. F., Bozung, A., Gameiro, G. R., Fischer, O., El Dakkak, A., Ulloa-Padilla, J. P., Anagnostopoulos, A., Dubovy, S. & Abou Shousha, M. (2017). Descemet Membrane Thickening as a Sign for the Diagnosis of Corneal Graft Rejection: An Ex Vivo Study. Cornea, 36(12), 1535-1537. PMID: 28922331.

Scruggs, B., Ko, A. & Bozung, A. (2017). Bilateral chemosis in thyroid eye disease. Iowa City, IA:

Damisch, K., Bozung, A. (2017). Laser Pointer Maculopathy. Iowa City, Iowa:

Bozung, A. (2016). 6 OCT pitfalls to avoid. Optometry Times, [online].

Bozung, A., Dunbar, M. (2016). Well, Folks, That's a RAP. Review of Optometry, 153(6), 94-97.

Bozung, A., Dunbar, M. (2015). When the Stars Align: Can connecting the dots between symptoms and imaging explain this patient’s vision loss?. Review of Optometry, 152(12), 82-83.

Bozung, A., Shen, K. (2015). How OCT helps in diagnosing pathology. pp. [online]. Optometric Office.