Daniela Nosch graduated with a BSc.(Hons.) in Optometry from Cardiff University and a MSc. in Clinical Optometry from City University, and with a PhD from Cardiff University on corneal sensitivity.
Clinically, she is specialised in contact lens fitting for irregular corneal topographies, the treatment of dry eye disease and myopia progression. Her research interests are corneal sensitivity, clinical studies involving contact lens performance and comfort, alleviation of dry eye disease, evaluation and improvement of instruments used in optometry and ophthalmology.
As lecturer at the Institute of Optometry (FHNW, University of Applied Sciences) she teaches clinical optometric subjects and is responsible for the student clinic. She also works in clinical practice at ELZA Institute (Dietikon, CH-Zurich), where she is specialised in contact lens fitting on irregular corneas, treatment of dry eye disease and myopia progression. She has published and presented internationally and is a member of the College of Optometrists and a fellow of the EAOO and BCLA. She leads the scientific committee of DOZ, is a member of the ECOO European Diploma accreditation committee and served on the EAOO education committee.