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Welcome to the Department of Ophthalmology at Stanford University. We are committed to advancing the understanding and treatment of ocular disorders. Department scientists and clinical researchers collaborate to investigate the origins of ocular disease and devise new diagnostic and treatment modalities. As part of a world-renowned teaching hospital, our ophthalmologists in turn use these state-of-the-art modalities to provide patients with the best possible outcomes.

Our mission is to train future leaders in ophthalmology, whether in scientific investigation or patient care. The competitiveness of our residency program speaks to the commitment our faculty has to our residents and medical students.

EYE INSTITUTE at Stanford named for
brook & shawn byers

The new Eye Institute at Stanford, which opened to patients in September 2010, was named for its lead donors, Brook and Shawn Byers. The state-of-the-art facility was formally named
The Byers Eye Institute at Stanford.
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ReCENT NEWS AND EVENTS

PHILLIPS HEALTHSUITE HACKATHON
March 2015

Team 6 Analytics and their app: MediDash
In this recent developer "Hackathon", Team 6 and its leader,
Robert Chang, MD., Stanford assistant professor
of ophthalmology, developed the winning application
over one weekend. See the video below:

Read more about the Phillips Healthsuite Hackathon

 

EyeGo Adapters

EyeGo

EyeGo adapters let you perform eye exams
using a smartphone

Developed by Stanford Ophthalmology assistant professor
Robert Chang, MD., and ophthalmology resident, David Myung, MD., the system consists of two adapters that are added to an existing smartphone camera.
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Research Projects

 

In the Spotlight

New type of retinal prosthesis could better restore sight to the blind:
Optoelectronic Retinal Prosthesis

Palanker
Daniel Palanker, Ph.D.

Optoelectronic system for restoration of sight to blind patients suffering from degenerative retinal diseases...
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An artificial cornea is in sight, thanks to biomimetic hydrogels
Pattern for artificial cornea

Engineers and doctors partnered to create a biomimetic hydrogel for use in artificial corneas. More »

Engineers Doctors
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