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.
- Van Gelder Lab
Developing photochemical methods to treat blindness.
- The Neitz Labs
Genetic tests and treatments for vision disorders, and study of the retinal circuitry for vision.
- Shen Lab
Developing innovative solutions to treat global blindness.
- Chao Lab
Investigating stem cell application in vision restoration.
- Vision Core Lab
Instrumentation, expertise, and services for NEI funded vision scientists at UW.
- Johnstone Lab
Glaucoma pressure control solutions through tissue morphology and biomechanics studies.
- Eye Path Lab
Research, Educational Programs, and Clinical Pathology
- Manookin Lab
Structure and function of neural circuits within the retina and developing techniques for treating blindness.
- Buhr Lab
Timing of physiological events within the retina itself.
- Lee Lab
Developing Artificial Intelligent algorithms and mining Big Data for ophthalmology.
- Pepple Lab
Investigating the role of the immune system in ocular inflammation and anti-inflammatory treatments for uveitis.
- Sabesan Lab
Investigating photoreceptors and their ensuing neural circuits.