Dr. Rebecca Kammer is a UCI Health specialist in low-vision rehabilitation.
Kammer holds a doctor of optometry degree from Marshall B Ketchum University (formerly Southern California College of Optometry) in in Fullerton and a PhD in higher education from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa. She has served as a faculty member and administrator of optometry colleges for 14 years.
Her research interests include designing and refining testing and assessments for inherited retinal disease studies. She has published several research papers and two book chapters in her field. She also oversees a national clinical program serving people with albinism and low vision in east Africa. Kammer, who is dedicated to physical fitness, recently climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa with a group of women with albinism.
She sees patients at UCI Health Gavin Herbert Eye Institute in Irvine.