Congratulations to Dr. Kollbaum on his promotion to Professor and Dr. Situ on her promotion to Associate Scientist! We are so proud of our team and all of their accomplishments!
Research Participants Needed Ages 8-12 Contact Lens Study at the Clinical Optics Research Lab, IU School of Optometry Participants will look at letters far away and up close with different contact lenses. $40/hr compensation; up to 3 visits, up to 2 hours each Email email@example.com for more information Clinical Optics Research Lab Indiana University –… Read more »
The prevalence of myopia and use of electronic displays by children has grown rapidly in recent years. We found that children viewing electronic displays, however, experience hyperopic defocus levels similar to those previously reported for other stimuli. Please find our research article in the current issue of OVS. The article can be assessed… Read more »
The Indiana University School of Optometry Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research’s annual photography contest winners have been announced. This year’s winner is “RITA” by Jacob Beam. The other finalists were Jacob Beam, “RAF” and Rebecca Cambridge, “See?”. The theme for the 2020 contest was “20/20 Vision.” These photos will be framed and hung on the… Read more »
The goal of this contest is to utilize artistic still images to tell a compelling story, which will help to foster interest and awareness of the importance of the eye and vision care to individuals and society. Details of the contest can be found in the flyer above and entries can be submitted in the… Read more »
The rapid increase in myopia prevalence over the last 50 years has occurred simultaneously during a period of rapid technological advances, resulting in the dominant use of electronic devices for displaying everything from text, pictures, movies, games and more. Myopia is accelerating rapidly in 21st Century and predictions suggest 50% of the world being myopic… Read more »
“How are Electronic Devices impacting the focusing behaviour in Children”? The following research by our Graduate Student from Nepal, Raman Sah, was selected among top ten newsworthy articles at AAO 2018, San Antonio, TX. The presentation can be previewed by the following link: AAO 2018 Press Conference PPT_Raman
We are a group of scientists from around the world who participate in both basic and clinical studies designed to improve the visual quality of patients who are experiencing a variety of optical imperfections. Our diverse team has ongoing collaborations with colleagues in Spain, England, China as well as other labs at Indiana University. CORL… Read more »