Dr. Tseng received her Doctorate in Optometry from the New England College of Optometry, Boston and was inducted into the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society for her academic performance. She then completed the competitive Cornea and Contact Lens Residency at University of California, Berkeley where she received intensive clinical and academic training in managing anterior segment diseases through specialty contact lenses, myopia control, and dry eye.
Dr. Tseng worked in the esteemed UC Berkeley Myopia Control Clinic during her residency and gained comprehensive experience and knowledge in different modalities of myopia control. In addition to myopia control, Dr. Tseng treated hundreds of patients with corneal diseases and dry eyes with specialty contact lenses. Dr. Tseng has extensive knowledge fitting specialty contact lenses including custom soft contact lens, gas permeable contact lenses, hybrid contact lenses and scleral lenses for presbyopia, high refractive error, keratoconus, corneal ectasia/irregularity/diseases, post-surgical cornea, dry eye etc. She is also highly engaged in academic activities, she lectured to optometric colleagues, precepted student clinicians, attended various major optometric and contact lens conferences, and published posters/articles on myopia control, specialty contact lenses and ocular disease.
Dr. Tseng earned the distinction as a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO) after rigorous candidacy process.
Dr. Tseng speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.
In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities, photography, cultural events, food, and spending time with friends and family. Fun fact: she finished a 560 mile bike tour around Taiwan in 9 days.
- American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control
- International Keratoconus Academy
Published research on myopia management by Dr. Tseng
Published research on scleral lenses by Dr. Tseng
"It is such an honor to receive the distinction as a Fellow and be part of the group of Fellows that are widely recognized in the field of optometry for their knowledge, professional excellence and unwavering commitment to the profession. My goal is to continue to serve and care for patients with evidence-based medicine particularly in the field of specialty contact lenses and myopia control. I look forward to continuing to enhance patients’ quality of life with the exciting developments in these sub-specialties and spark interest in the coming generations of optometrists in these fields.”