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Adaptive Optics Imaging


  • Adaptive optics researchers Stacey Choi and Nathan Doble from the OSU College of Optometry work with us on a collaboration to enable us to visualize individual neurons in the retina. We are one of ~6 such centers in the US with this technology. The goal of this work is to develop a powerful clinical tool to detect early, objective microstructural changes in the retina and biomarkers of disease. This technology will be critical to developing the objective measures needed to evaluate clinical trials of novel retinal therapeutics. (Oph Faculty involved: Ohr, Davidorf, Abdel-Rahman, Cebulla)

  • Traumatic optic neuropathy and traumatic brain injury are common after battlefield trauma and other traumatic injuries. Our new collaboration with biomedical engineer Matthew Riley, adaptive optics researchers Nathan Doble and Stacey Choi, Abdel-Rahman (ocular path), and Cebulla (ophthalmology) is working towards identification of mechanisms of neuronal loss and neuroprotection.

  • Quoqiang Li is an adaptive optics researcher with exciting advances of extended focus lenses and tunable lenses.







Call the research office at 614-293-5287 or email Research@osumc.edu.