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A big jump in prosthetic vision

...from a clinical trial that tested an earlier version of the implant are the best in the field, according to Daniel Palanker, PhD, a professor of ophthalmology and the senior...

...from a clinical trial that tested an earlier version of the implant are the best in the field, according to Daniel Palanker, PhD, a professor of ophthalmology and the senior...

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New drug gives patient his sight back

...details of objects from afar. "We were shocked and so excited," said Stanford Medicine assistant professor of ophthalmology Andrea Kossler, MD, who co-led his treatment team. "We did not expect...

...details of objects from afar. "We were shocked and so excited," said Stanford Medicine assistant professor of ophthalmology Andrea Kossler, MD, who co-led his treatment team. "We did not expect...

Researchers are finding new ways to restore patient’s sight

...Chichilnisky, the John R. Adler Professor of neurosurgery and ophthalmology, said: "We do want to restore vision to the blind, but we also believe this technology could have implications for...

...Chichilnisky, the John R. Adler Professor of neurosurgery and ophthalmology, said: "We do want to restore vision to the blind, but we also believe this technology could have implications for...

Molecular clues could signal eye cancer survival odds

...the finding, Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, and Vinit Mahajan, MD, PhD, associate professors of ophthalmology at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford, led a research team that surveyed 1,000 proteins in...

...the finding, Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, and Vinit Mahajan, MD, PhD, associate professors of ophthalmology at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford, led a research team that surveyed 1,000 proteins in...

Investigating disparities in eye cancer treatment

...enucleation-- removal of the eye. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford Medicine, and Darius Moshfeghi, MD, a professor of ophthalmology at Stanford Medicine, set out to...

...enucleation-- removal of the eye. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford Medicine, and Darius Moshfeghi, MD, a professor of ophthalmology at Stanford Medicine, set out to...

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Setting your biological clock, reducing stress while sheltering in place

...Huberman, PhD, associate professor of neurobiology and of ophthalmology. First, that morning walk calms me through something called optic flow. "The actual movement of objects past us as we walk...

...Huberman, PhD, associate professor of neurobiology and of ophthalmology. First, that morning walk calms me through something called optic flow. "The actual movement of objects past us as we walk...

Former Navy officer/current Stanford med student looks forward to Match Day

...in ophthalmology, Carter matched with her first choice, Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. In her third year, Carter became enthralled with ophthalmology -- the complexity of the eye, the possibilities...

...in ophthalmology, Carter matched with her first choice, Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. In her third year, Carter became enthralled with ophthalmology -- the complexity of the eye, the possibilities...

Macular degeneration steals sight. A chip implant may get it back.

In a small clinical trial described in Ophthalmology, a tiny prosthetic retinal device invented by Stanford researcher Daniel Palanker, PhD, has proved its ability to restore eyesight to some people...

In a small clinical trial described in Ophthalmology, a tiny prosthetic retinal device invented by Stanford researcher Daniel Palanker, PhD, has proved its ability to restore eyesight to some people...

The type of eye surgery may depend, in part, on the day of the week

...always the same. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford, decided to explore this idea in the context of eye surgery -- specifically how doctors choose to...

...always the same. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya, MD, an associate professor of ophthalmology at Stanford, decided to explore this idea in the context of eye surgery -- specifically how doctors choose to...

OR or OB? A medical student considers specialties

...answer that with absolute confidence. I'll never see every specialty -- I have no rotations in ophthalmology, cardiothoracic surgery, or urology lined up -- and even with those that I...

...answer that with absolute confidence. I'll never see every specialty -- I have no rotations in ophthalmology, cardiothoracic surgery, or urology lined up -- and even with those that I...

Restoring vision with digital retinas may be possible by compressing data

Computers heat up when they're crunching large volumes of data and, in most cases, that's fine. If a computer or laptop overheats, a built-in fan turns on to cool it....

Computers heat up when they're crunching large volumes of data and, in most cases, that's fine. If a computer or laptop overheats, a built-in fan turns on to cool it....

In the Spotlight: Life as a surgical fellow and mom

...care outcomes in ophthalmology. I'm also looking into pediatric retinal disease outcomes -- which I've had a long-standing interest in -- and I continue working on telemedicine research, as well....

...care outcomes in ophthalmology. I'm also looking into pediatric retinal disease outcomes -- which I've had a long-standing interest in -- and I continue working on telemedicine research, as well....

‘Autofocal’ lenses promise clarity for people who need reading glasses

For those of us who have ever needed glasses or contact lenses, it's hard to forget the moment you see clearly again for the first time. The world opens back...

For those of us who have ever needed glasses or contact lenses, it's hard to forget the moment you see clearly again for the first time. The world opens back...

In the Spotlight: “I’m learning every single day”

...Kossler, MD, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and director of ophthalmic plastic & reconstructive surgery and orbital oncology at the Byers Eye Institute. How long have you been at Stanford?...

...Kossler, MD, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and director of ophthalmic plastic & reconstructive surgery and orbital oncology at the Byers Eye Institute. How long have you been at Stanford?...

A medical mystery: Diagnosing dead artists by their works of art

...they are publishing their studies in peer-reviewed medical journals. According to a study published in JAMA Ophthalmology, for example, Leonardo da Vinci had crossed eyes — a vision disorder called strabismus...

...they are publishing their studies in peer-reviewed medical journals. According to a study published in JAMA Ophthalmology, for example, Leonardo da Vinci had crossed eyes — a vision disorder called strabismus...

Watching brain cells fire, with a twist of gravitational waves

...his own, slightly unusual background. Although he is now is a professor of ophthalmology and spends a fair amount of time thinking about neurons, he was trained as an applied...

...his own, slightly unusual background. Although he is now is a professor of ophthalmology and spends a fair amount of time thinking about neurons, he was trained as an applied...

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