Lindsay graduated from Cardiff University with a BSc(Hons) in Optometry and Vision Sciences and qualified as an optometrist in 2007. Following this, she worked in independent clinical practice, gaining additional qualifications in diabetic retinopathy screening, binocular vision, and glaucoma management. She returned to Cardiff University to undertake her PhD in the Optimisation of Perimetric Stimuli for Mapping Changes in Spatial Summation in Glaucoma, gaining this qualification in 2018.
Lindsay undertook a postdoctoral position as a Clinical Research Optometrist at Aston University, working with a small team on several industry-funded research projects investigating spectacle design. She then took up her current position in the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences at the University of Bradford in January 2020.
Lindsay's research interests are varied, and include the effects of eye disease (particularly glaucoma) on patients' vision, myopia management, ophthalmic public health, mental health among optometrists, and contact lens research.
Lindsay contributes to teaching on the undergraduate optometry programme, and is the co-module leader for 'Ocular Health Assessment 1', a Level 4 module containing both general and ocular anatomy and physiology, and introducing clinical assessment tools.
Lindsay is an Editorial Board Member for the College of Optometrists' journal 'Optometry in Practice' and is a Training Lead for Women in Vision UK.
A full list of Lindsay's publications is available via her Google Scholar profile.
Prospective PhD students are encouraged to get in touch.
- 01-JAN-06: Cardiff University - BSc(Hons)
- 01-JAN-11: City University - Professional Certificate
- 01-JAN-08: City University - Professional Certificate
- 01-JAN-18: Cardiff University - PhD
- College of Optometrists, Member
- Association of Optometrists, Member
- General Optical Council, Registrant 01-23415
- Higher Education Academy, Fellow
- Optometry in Practice,
- Women in Vision UK,
- 01-JAN-18: Master's Medal
|Does screen curvature matter for digital eye strain? (2021)||Neema Ghorbani Mojarrad, Lindsay Rountree, Matthew Cufflin, Louise Jolly, Matthew Thomas|
|Variability of tDCS effects on visual detection: relating performance to individual electric field models (2019)||Esterer S, Rountree L, Johnston H, Breakwell L, Redmond R, McGonigle D|
|Quantifying the signal/noise ratio with perimetric stimuli optimised to probe changing spatial summation in glaucoma (2017)||Rountree L, Mulholland PJ, Anderson RS, Morgan JE, Garway-Heath D, Redmond T|
|Resilience of area-modulated perimetric stimuli to increased intraocular straylight (2017)||Redmond T, Rountree L, Anderson RS, Mulholland PJ|
|Plan for the worst, hope for the best: towards individualising stimulation and experimental parameters in tDCS (2017)||Esterer S, Rountree L, Redmond T, McGonigle D|
|Response variability for multi-dimensional perimetric stimuli in glaucoma (2016)||Rountree L, Mulholland PJ, Anderson RS, Redmond T|
|Response variability across the visual field with perimetric stimuli of different area (2014)||Rountree L, Redmond T|