The Stanford Human Ocular Motor Lab focuses on clinical assessments of visual function, structure, and visual rehabilitation. We use video infrared eye trackers to measure eye behavior in hundreds of subjects with a variety of vision and eye movement issues. Our research focuses on how important visual function, such as reading and watching scenery (e.g. on TV), is affected by eye and brain diseases. The goal is that one day, we can use eye behavior to understand how different neuro-ophthalmic diseases impact visual function and to design better rehabilitation to help patients improve their visual function and quality of life.