Dr. McLeod specializes in comprehensive eye care with an emphasis on contact lenses. As Director of Contact Lens Services, he fits soft, gas permeable, astigmatic and bifocal contact lenses. Dr. McLeod aims to improve vision in patients with irregular corneas secondary Keratoconus, corneal transplantation, or other corneal trauma/disease. His additional clinical interests include overnight orthokeratology, cosmetic contact lenses, and refractive and cataract surgery co-management.
In 2001 Dr. McLeod received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse in both Microbiology and Medical Laboratory Science. He then completed a concurrent Master of Science and Doctor of Optometry program through The New England College of Optometry, in Boston. In 2007, he continued his education with a residency program that concentrated in coneal disease and specialty contact lenses through The New England College of Optometry.
Dr. McLeod joined Boston University Eye Associates in 2007 and is a Clinical Instructor for the Boston University Medical School Department of Ophthalmology. He is also Adjunct Clinical Faculty and Clinical Laboratory Instructor for the New England College of Optometry. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and holds professional affiliations with the American Optometric Association, Massachusetts Society of Optometrists, and the Volunteer Optometric Service to Humanity. He is board certified by the Massachusetts Board of Optometry.