PhD Program
By January 6, 2023


New Paper from Dr. Otero-Millan

“Modeling the Effect of Gravity on Periodic Alternating Nystagmus.”

New Paper from Dr. McNamara

“A synthetic tear protein resolves dry eye through promoting corneal nerve regeneration.”

Dr. Wang Selected as Ezell Fellow

Congratulations Dr. Charlotte Yiyi Wang!

New Paper in eLife by Sunwoo Kwon

Sunwoo Kwon is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Levi Lab.

Society of Hellman Fellows Fund Award Winner

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Emily Cooper!

Restoring Dim-Light Vision in Dogs

The gene therapy offers hope for treating a similar condition in people.


The Vision Science faculty constitute a prestigious group of educators and researchers. Click the arrow to learn more about them, including research interests, contact information and links to lab websites.



About 40 graduate students are currently enrolled in the Vision Science program. Their backgrounds include degrees in psychology, biology, engineering, computer science, or optometry.



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