2020 News Stories

  • Tele-Ophthalmology: Digital care in a digital world

    Traditionally, medical care has been delivered with the provider and patient in the same room at the same time.

  • The joy of giving sight

    While playing golf five years ago, Tom Harrington noticed he had difficulty seeing the golf flag. This was a first for him, so he scheduled a visit to see an ophthalmologist.

  • Advancing optic disc drusen

    When Joyce Liao, MD, PhD, associate professor of ophthalmology and of neurology, came to Stanford in 2006, she began seeing patients with optic disc drusen (ODD), a condition that effects vision and the optic nerve, and was frustrated with how little she could offer them.

  • From mother to patient

    A year ago, Carolyn Miller noticed some sensitivity in her left eye, and her eyelid felt swollen.

  • Young patient receives sight restoring lenses

    Rosie Karon was only two weeks old when her mother noticed her left pupil was misshapen.

  • Cross-department team effort conquers rare inflammatory eye disease

    Three years ago, Yolanda Velasco began noticing difficulty distinguishing words and images on her computer screen.