Color vision, visual sensitivity, myopia, assessment of retinal function.

Visual function; Clinical optics

Public health, genetic epidemiology, human genetics, autoimmune diseases, multiple sclerosis, lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis

Cortical adaptation and plasticity in response to vision loss

Glaucoma, Diabetic Eye Disease

Chromatic organization in human retina; Mechanisms of visual loss with aging; Clinical psychophysics

Ocular Surface Physiology

Optical Control of Myopia Progression.

Molecular and Cellular Laboratory

Assessment of visual abilities in infants, children and special-needs population; Visual evoked potentials; Vision screening; Photorefraction

Tear mixing; Epithelial barrier function; corneal physiology; Contact lens extended wear

High resolution retinal imaging, adaptive optics, physiological optics, limits of human vision

Binocular vision; human development, ocular motility, strabismus, and amblyopia

Psychophysical studies of spatio-chromatic patterns

Mammalian Developmental Visual Neurobiology

Clinical Electrophysiology; Mechanisms of Color Vision

Eye growth regulation, refractive development and myopia (short-sightedness) – application of molecular & neurobiology, advanced imaging, and tissue engineering tools towards understanding mechanisms & developing novel therapies.