Alfredo Dubra, PhD
Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Biophysics, and Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy
Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute
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BS, Physics, National University, Uruguay
MS, Physics, National University, Uruguay
PhD, Physics, Imperial College London, UK
The Advanced Ocular Imaging Program (AOIP), located in the Eye Institute, serves as a local, national, and international resource for advancing the field of ocular imaging and for translating adaptive optics technology into a clinically relevant imaging tool. More information about this program is available on the AOIP website.
- Visualization of retinal structure
- Optics and engineering
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- Ben Sajdak, Graduate Student (Neuroscience Doctoral Program)
- Juan Liu, Graduate Student (Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University)
My long-term research focus is the visualization of retinal structure and function to improve the diagnosing and understanding of eye disease. We pursue this goal through the incorporation of techniques and technology from optics, astronomy, image processing, electrical engineering and biomedical engineering. Currently, most of my focus is on the search for biomarkers for early detection and progression monitoring of glaucoma and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Funding for this research: National Eye Institute Intramural and extramural research programs, NIH Glaucoma Research Foundation Research to Prevent Blindness