Imaging with Vision

The Advanced Imaging Research Laboratory is a team of ophthalmologists, engineers, software specialists, statisticians, and trainees that focus primarily on glaucoma research. Glaucoma, the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, is a neurodegenerative disease that affects the retina and optic nerve of the eye. There is currently no known cure for glaucoma, and therefore early disease detection is of the utmost importance for vision conservation. We use a variety of advanced imaging devices and tools in order to detect glaucoma as soon as possible, monitor glaucomatous progression, and investigate new theories about the cause and pathogenesis of the disease.



News Updates

March 2022: Trainees Eitan Shemuelian and Rozita Ghassabi awarded the 2022 ARVO Travel Grant.     

February 2022: 7 abstracts were accepted for the upcoming 2022 ARVO Conference. 3 for paper and 4 poster presentations.


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Founded by Professor Joel S. Schuman, MD, the Advanced Imaging Research Laboratory is directed by Gadi Wollstein, MD.
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Glaucoma and Imaging

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of visual impairment and blindness, affecting 70 million people worldwide

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Clinical Research Coordinator
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