Get to Know Our Staff
The staff within the Advanced Ocular Imaging Program are critical to our success. Program staff provide important support for all imaging-related research, including assisting with obtaining project funding, data processing and analysis, grants management, and research study coordination.
As a general researcher I have taken on many tasks in the AOIP, including: human and animal imaging with adaptive optics, protocol documentation, mentoring and training new students, and recently I have begun assisting with project and data management.
My role in the AOIP is to aid in image acquisition and processing, to assist in managing the AOIP retinal-imaging database, and to provide general engineering and software support. Additional responsibilities include assisting in maintenance and alignment of AOSLO and anomaloscope devices.
My role in the AOIP is to aid in furthering our research and technologies by developing new iterations of software to include more capabilities and efficiencies, by improving interfaces used by both subjects and technicians, and by providing general engineering and software support.
My role in the AOIP lab is to assist in image collection and processing for both humans and animals.
In addition to assisting graduate and medical students, I help with data organization and various projects around the lab.
My main role within the AOIP is the collection, organization and storage of all of our subject data. I work with the bulk of our image processing as well as assist the research staff and students on numerous projects. I am continually working on ways to improve the functionality and accessibility of our research data.