College of Optometry News
The technology, developed at the College of Optometry, will help people with disorders of binocular vision to see better.
Post-doc tests hypothesis that gap junctions—channels extending across the space between cells—could play a major role in secondary cell death.
The brain becomes less malleable with age, making lazy eye nearly impossible to treat in adults using the conventional eye patching method.
Study uses knowledge about a part of the brain important for eye movement to better predict where attention is directed in everyday tasks.
SUNY Optometry findings explain why visual acuity is commonly measured with dark characters on light backgrounds.
Researchers are working to open our eyes to a new understanding of what drives myopia onset and progression, with a goal of uncovering new treatments.
Project seeks to pave the way to an NIH Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) grant