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Current Research in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus

The Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus is currently engaged in the following research projects: 

  • Clinical Technology Development
     
  • Clinical trials in amblyopia treatment, including patching and atropine eye drops for patients birth through 17 years of age

  • Surgical and optical management of crossed eyes in older adults
     
  • Development of a hand-held screening device to detect misaligned eyes and defocus in infants and young children automatically
     
  • Defining the mechanisms involved in the onset and evolution of vertical misalignments of the eyes
     

Sanford Greenberg Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Jennifer Thorne Appointed President-elect of American Uveitis Society- 5/17/16

Dr. Ingrid Zimmer-Galler Elected to the ATA College of Fellows- 5/13/16

Dr. Arevalo Launches New Book at ARVO 2016- 5/09/16

Dr. Elia J. Duh is elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation- 4/28/16

Dr. Maria Valeria Canto Soler Wins BrightFocus Award for Macular Degeneration Research- 4/27/16

Three Wilmer Faculty Voted Most Influential in Field of Ophthalmology- 4/22/2016

Dr. Pradeep Ramulu Wins Pisart Award for Significant Achievement in Vision Science Research- 4/21/16

Dr. Eghrari Receives Alcon Early Career Research Award- 4/13/16

Dr. Quigley Honored by American Glaucoma Society- 4/11/16

Dr. Ian Pitha Awarded Grants for Glaucoma Research- 4/11/16

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