Dr. Richman is Professor Emeritus from the New England College of Optometry and has lectured widely, both in this country and internationally. His primary clinical research interests are the effect of nervous system impairment on eye movements, and visual attention dysfunction.
For over more than 45 years, he has practiced clinically in and has served as a full professor and chief of the Pediatric Optometry and Binocular Vision service at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, The Ferris State University College of Optometry, and the New England Eye Institute in Boston, Massachusetts.
Presently, he is retired from full time practice and teaching at the New England College of Optometry. Dr. Richman continues to serve on the adjunct consulting staff at Spaulding Rehabilitation Boston and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod and is an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - School of Optometry.
Dr. Richman has been active in law enforcement for over 26 years. He is a certified Standardized Field Sobriety instructor, a Drug Recognition Expert, and a Drug Recognition Expert instructor. He served as the medical consultant to the National Highway Safety Committee’s Technical Advisory Panel of the International Association of Chiefs of Police for over sixteen years. Presently, he serves as the police physician and a DRE for the Hingham Police Department in Massachusetts and is active in training police officers in many New England states on a regular basis.