Graduate Research in Ocular Imaging

    Date Posted: 
    Friday, March 8, 2013

    Are you intrigued by ophthalmic adaptive optics, eye tracking and image registration, multi- and hyperspectral retinal imaging or ophthalmic instrument design? Then the Advanced Ocular Imaging Program at the Eye Institute of the Medical College of Wisconsin may fit you well. They're currently seeking graduate students who would like to apply research on these subjects to improving the detection, diagnosis and management of eye disease with translational ocular imaging tools.

    If you're interested in pursuing these projects for your dissertation work as part of your OSC degree, please contact Jim Schwiegerling at jschwieg@u.arizona.edu and Alfredo Dubra at adubra@mcw.edu.