Left photo: Third-year College of Optometry student Fayiz Mahgoub, left, explains how the Sanet Vision Integrator works. To the right, College of Optometry Associate Professor Kierstyn Napier-Dovorany, OD, FAAO, shows orthoptic students from Japan different vision aids in the Vision Therapy Clinic in the Eye Care Institute at WesternU. (Jeff Malet, WesternU)

Left photo: Third-year College of Optometry student Fayiz Mahgoub, left, explains how the Sanet Vision Integrator works. To the right, College of Optometry Associate Professor Kierstyn Napier-Dovorany, OD, FAAO, shows orthoptic students from Japan different vision aids in the Vision Therapy Clinic in the Eye Care Institute at WesternU. (Jeff Malet, WesternU)

About a dozen orthoptic students and professors from Sendai College of Medical Health in Japan visited Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California on Monday, November 21, 2016. College of Optometry faculty and students led a tour of the campus, including research laboratories and the Patient Care Center. Their weeklong California itinerary also includes stops at Cal State Northridge and Disneyland.