Department of Ophthalmology
Within the Department of Ophthalmology, there are more than 22,000 square feet of dedicated lab space
located primarily at UW South Lake Union Research Campus.
Timing of physiological events within the retina itself.
Investigating retinal imaging to prevent blindnes in premature infants.
Investigating stem cell application in vision restoration.
Eye Path Lab
Research, Educational Programs, and Clinical Pathology
Glaucoma pressure control solutions through tissue morphology and biomechanics studies.
Developing Artificial Intelligent algorithms and mining Big Data for ophthalmology.
Structure and function of neural circuits within the retina and developing techniques for treating blindness.
Genetic basis of inherited retinal degenerations and personalized approaches for therapeutic intervention
The Neitz Labs
Genetic tests and treatments for vision disorders, and study of the retinal circuitry for vision.
Investigating the role of the immune system in ocular inflammation and anti-inflammatory treatments for uveitis.
Investigating photoreceptors and their ensuing neural circuits.
Developing innovative solutions to treat global blindness.
Van Gelder Lab
Developing photochemical methods to treat blindness.
Vision Core Lab
Instrumentation, expertise, and services for NEI funded vision scientists at UW.