Our Eye Doctors
Dr. Martin McDowell grew up on a farm in Markham Township. He attended the University of Waterloo’s School of Optometry after which he founded Stouffville Optometry. He has also served as the Executive Director of the Canadian Examiners in Optometry, the Assistant Registrar of the College of Optometrists of Ontario, and has volunteered his professional services in Nicaragua, Haiti, and Ghana. Martin is interested in skiing, cooking and golf.
Dr. Carol Genin grew up in Woodstock Ontario. She graduated from the University of Waterloo’s School of Optometry. Carol serves as a Director on the Board of the Vision Institute of Canada, a charity that supplies specialized optometric services to the public and continuing education courses for Optometrists. She has volunteered with the Special Olympics and has been an Assessor for Canadian Examiners in Optometry. Carols interests include travel, fitness classes, and comedy events.
Dr. Melanie de Jesus grew up in Markham, Ontario. She attended the University of Waterloo and Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. Melanie serves as the National Clinical Director of the Special Olympics Lions Club Opening Eyes Program. She has volunteered as an Assessor for Canadian Examiners in Optometry. Melanie lives in Stouffville with her husband and three young sons.
Dr. Anthony Soluri grew up in Stouffville, Ontario. He attended the University of Toronto and the University of Waterloo school of Optometry and Vision Science. Anthony has worked at the Center for Contact Lens Research and is published in the scientific journal Optometry & Vision Science. He has volunteered with VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) to provide optometric care to the citizens of Peru. He has also spent time in Houston, Texas working directly withophthalmology giving him further experience in ocular disease. Anthony enjoys traveling, cooking and staying active.