Faculty Present New Research

On October 18, 2021, five faculty from the Department of Ophthalmology shared their cutting-edge research on a range of eye diseases and topics, including the depth and breadth of our clinical trials, advanced eye imaging techniques, a retinal prosthesis for age-related macular degeneration, artificial intelligence in glaucoma, and curing treatable blindness throughout the world. To view a recording of all five talks, click on the first link below. To view the talk of an individual faculty member, click on that faculty member’s name below.

· All five talks

· Diana Do, MD: Clinical Trials

· Alfredo Dubra, PhD: Advanced Imaging of the Eye

· Daniel Palanker, PhD: Retinal Prosthesis for AMD

· Sophia Wang, MD: Artificial Intelligence in Glaucoma

· Geoff Tabin, MD: Curing Treatable Blindness Globally