Charles R Fox, a Psychologist, Vision Scientist, Rehabilitation Optometrist, and Systems Neuroscientist, is a professor of Psychology with Worcester State University. He earned the Ph.D. from Brandeis University and the O.D. from New England College of Optometry. He completed residency training with the Veterans Affairs Medical System and postdoctoral training with Columbia University and Washington University in St. Louis. He has held fellowships from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Fight-For-Sight, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Fox’s higher education career spans over 40 years with faculty, staff, clinical, and administrative appointments at institutions including Wichita State University, Franklin & Marshall College, University of Maryland, Washington University in St. Louis, the State University of New York, and Columbia University. His clinical work received a 1993 Outstanding Merit Citation from the Department Veterans Affairs Medical System and his scholarly work has been recognized by the 2007 Kansas Health Ethics Organizational Award of Honor, the 2008 J. Warren Perry Distinguished Author Award from the Journal of Allied Health, and the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus award from St. John’s University Department Psychology.
Dr. Fox currently studies the history and present status of consciousness including the unconscious mind.