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August 2, 2016

MCW researchers lead imaging study of patients with genetic color vision disorder in advance of AGTC gene therapy clinical trials

The initial results of the imaging study, which appear in the August issue of Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, show that high-resolution adaptive optics imaging could help physicians determine the potential effectiveness of these new gene therapies on various patients.
 
Emily Patterson, PhD explains her poster at MCW research day
July 1, 2016

Vision science on display at Ophthalmology Research Day

MCW's Research Day combined the best of vision science research from MCW and UW-Madison's Ophthalmology departments. Over 140 people attended the talks and poster sessions which covered topics in visual acuity, retina disease, glaucoma, eyelid trauma, color vision, cataract surgery and ocular imaging.
 
Eye Institute members at the 2016 FFB VisionWalk
June 3, 2016

Eye Institute "Optic Nerds" participate in successful VisionWalk

Eye Institute representatives including many AOIP members combined to form the largest group participating in the annual FFB VisionWalk on Milwaukee's lakefront.
 
 Upcoming Events

December 5, 2016 Gabriel H. Travis, MD
“New Mechanisms for Regeneration of Visual Chromophore”
Distinguished Lecture Series
Milwaukee, WI, USA
December 7, 2016 Thomas B. Connor, Jr., MD
“Systemic Medications and Retinal Toxicity: Current Guidelines for Hydroxychloroquine and Two New Culprits”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
December 16-17, 2016 Joseph Carroll, PhD
“Understanding Foveal Development Using OCT-A and Adaptive Optics”
Fourth International "OCT Angiography", "En Face" OCT and advances in OCT Congress
Rome, Italy
January 4, 2017 Shan Lin, MD
“Phacoemulsification: is it the Best Glaucoma Surgery?”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
January 23, 2017 Henry J. Kaplan, MD
“Cone Photoreceptor Rescue in Retinitis Pigmentosa”
Distinguished Lecture Series
Milwaukee, WI, USA
February 1, 2017 R.V. Paul Chan, MD, MSc, FACS
“Diagnosis and Management of Retinopathy of Prematurity - An Evolving Paradigm”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
February 20, 2017 Jonathan Lin, MD, PhD
“Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Human Photoreceptor Diseases”
Distinguished Lecture Series
Milwaukee, WI, USA
March 1, 2017 Edward P. Callahan, MD, MS, FACEP
“Fostering Resilience”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
March 20, 2017 Robert Molday, PhD
“Inherited Retinal Degenerative Diseases: Linking Molecular Mechanisms to Therapeutic Approaches”
Distinguished Lecture Series
Milwaukee, WI, USA
April 5, 2017 Judy E. Kim, MD
“Multimodal Imaging of the Fundus: Different Ways of Visualizing and What They Can Teach Us”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
May 3, 2017 William J. Wirostko, MD
“An Updated Look at Radiation Retinopathy”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
June 7, 2017 Neda Esmaili, MD
“Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis: Updates in the Management of Orbital Disease”
Eye Institute Grand Rounds
Milwaukee, WI, USA
 Participate in a Study

Research subject imagingThe Advanced Ocular Imaging Program is a destination of choice for local, national and international vision scientists and ophthalmologists who refer patients for various imaging studies. We conduct imaging studies on a wide range of eye diseases, including inherited retinal degenerations, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and other neurodegenerative conditions. Visit the Research Studies page for a list of studies that are currently enrolling subjects, and visit the Volunteer section of our website for more information about how you can participate.

Improving Vision Through Advanced Imaging

mirror and filter wheel The Advanced Ocular Imaging Program, directed by Joseph Carroll provides an infrastructure to promote the development and use of translational ocular imaging tools to improve detection, diagnosis, and management of eye disease.  Partnering with collaborators around the world, our members include vision scientists, clinicians, and engineers at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
 
 

Ophthalmic adaptive optics, UCL

Support the AOIP!

The Advanced Ocular Imaging Program could not exist without the generosity and support of many foundations, federal agencies, and individual donors. Funds donated to the program are used to build and acquire new imaging equipment, to help train students and fellows in the program, to enable the presentation of our research findings at scientific meetings, and to support numerous staff positions for studying multiple eye conditions.  Contact Joe Carroll, PhD, if you are interested in supporting our program at any level, or click below to donate securely online.
Shown below are some of the organizations whose support was instrumental in establishing the Advanced Ocular Imaging Program, and whose continued support is gratefully acknowledged.  Our sponsors page recognizes additional people and groups whose contributions have helped make this research possible and provides links to the organizations.

 

National Eye Institute Fight For Sight Research to Prevent Blindness ALCON Research Institute
Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeastern Wisconsin Foundation Fighting Blindness Vision for Tomorrow Foundation
Greater Milwaukee Foundation VitreoRetinal Surgery Foundation Hope for Vision
National Eye Institute
ALCON Research Institute
Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin
Fight for Sight
Foundation Fighting Blindness
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Hope for Vision
Research to Prevent Blindness
Vision for Tomorrow Foundation
VitreoRetinal Surgery Foundation
wellcome trust

Advanced Ocular Imaging Program
Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute
925 North 87th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Phone: 414-955-AOIP (2647)
Fax: 414-955-6690
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