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SUNY Research Team Targets Myopia

March 11, 2015

Dr. Stewart Bloomfield, associate dean for graduate studies and research at SUNY Optometry, is leading a multidisciplinary team of SUNY researchers to help gain a new understanding of myopia, with a goal of uncovering new treatments for this widespread eye disease.

SUNY Professors Collaborate to Build a Better Brain Probe

March 10, 2015

SUNY Optometry Professor Jose-Manuel Alonso and SUNY Polytechnic Institute Professor of Nanoscale Engineering Ji Ung Lee are trying to find a way to view the human brain’s 86 billion neurons in action and transform our understanding of how we think, move, and perceive the world around us.

Scholarly Activities for March 2015

March 1, 2015

Here are some of the recent scholarly activities of our faculty.

President Heath Gives State of the College Address

February 9, 2015

On February 9, President David A. Heath updated the community on the state of the College. Watch as summer of his address, or the entire presentation here.

Scholarly Activities for February 2015

February 8, 2015

Here are some of the recent scholarly activities of our faculty.

Alumnus Takes Leading Role in ‘Smart Lens’ Project

December 22, 2014

Alumnus, Dr. Joe Rappon, is right in the middle of what could be a ground-breaking collaboration between Alcon and Google that could have the potential to help millions of people manage a chronic, often deadly, disease more effectively.

Scholarly Activities for January 2015

December 20, 2014

Here are some of the recent scholarly activities of our faculty.

College Introduces Unique Residency/Graduate Program

December 3, 2014

In an effort to assist the growing number of students interested in achieving excellence as both clinicians and researchers, SUNY Optometry has developed a highly unique new residency/graduate program that combines clinical activities along with graduate research studies.

SUNY Optometry Researchers Receive Four SUNY Brain Network of Excellence Grants

November 1, 2014

Research projects focusing on brain and eye disorders conducted by faculty and students at the College received a total of nearly $380,000 in funding as part of the initial round of awards provided by the new SUNY Brain Network of Excellence.

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