Congratulations to Grace Walther for being chosen as the 2023 International Myopia Institute Best Poster awardee for her AAO 2023 paper “Optical effects of decentering myopia control contact lenses”!
Dr. Pete Kollbaum and Martin Rickert had a fun collaboration with some colleagues from the University of Houston. A retrospective analysis of real-world clinical data found no difference in the annualised axial length (AL) growth between peripheral defocus contact lenses and orthokeratology. Further, the AL progression from this clinical setting was consistent with those reported… Read more »
Congratulations to Supriya Biswas on their first place entry “Mother’s Love.” Runner-up: Echo Tomlinson “Judgement” Honorable Mentions: Melissa Robertson “Windows to the Soul” Grace Williams “Roommates”
Congratulations to Robert Wrenn on his first place entry “A baby eagle grows up – eyes are us.” Honorable Mentions: Wade Haesemeyer “Reverent Visage” Radhika Cherukuru “Busy Bee” Radhika Cherukuru “Arachnid”
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 »
Have you ever wondered…How do we see? Why do some people need glasses? Why do we have two eyes? What would it be like to be an optometrist? Join the Indiana University School of Optometry at ScienceFest to learn why…and have fun in the process! Dates/Times: October 27, 2018 9am-3pm Swain Hall 727 E. 3rd Street,… Read more »