We are excited to announce that Dr. William Tuten has accepted the position of Assistant Professor starting on 1st July.
We are excited to announce that Dr. Emily Cooper has accepted the position of Assistant Professor starting on 1st July.
The research helps explain why patients with genetic mutations in certain ion channels develop a blinding cone-rod dystrophy.
A smart contact lens case that enables users to store and thoroughly sanitize their own lenses.
For research focused on how bacteria exit corneal epithelial cells to further disseminate.
Dr. Grosser’s study could lead to treatments to disrupt biofilm matrices, common in human infections.
New study co-authored by Berkeley Optometry’s Meng C. Lin and published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
VISIONARY AGING: How Smart Technology and Gene Therapy Can Enhance Our Health
The Flannery Lab is developing gene therapies that could one day cure blindness.