Archived News Items
Emerging technologies look deeper into the eyes to catch signs of disease
John S. Werner, Ph.D., a professor of ophthalmology and neuroscience at the University of California, Davis, is working on combining AO with OCT. He's also developed a new version of OCT called phase-variance OCT.
Eye specialist to develop novel eye imaging technologies
July 15, 2013
UC Davis Health System’s Eye Center has received a $250,000 Career Development Award from Research to Prevent Blindness to support the research of Ala Moshiri, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and director of electrophysiology services at the Eye Center.
Researchers find diminished balance in those with poor vision
June 6, 2013
UC Davis Health System Eye Center research has found that visually impaired individuals and those with uncorrected refractive error — those who could benefit from glasses to achieve normal vision but don’t wear glasses — have a significantly greater risk of diminished balance with their eyes closed on a compliant, foam surface than individuals with normal vision.
Mannis recognized for contributions to ophthalmology
May 2, 2013
Mark J. Mannis, director of the UC Davis Eye Center, has been named to the University of Florida College of Medicine’s Wall of Fame.
January 9, 2015
CVS Event -- Center for Vision Sciences Symposium - Key note speaker Marty Friedlander
November 28, 2011
Recent and Notable Literature -- Evolution's Witness: How Eyes Evolved
March 24, 2011
Recent and Notable Literature -- Hjelmeland (2011)
December 17, 2010
Recent and Notable Literature -- Those highly visual mice!
April 19, 2010
Milestones -- Jack Werner's research highlighted in Parade
November 21, 2009
Milestones -- Ed Pugh Speaks at NEI Anniversary