Graduate Research Theses
The Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences offers a wide range of expertise including assessment, diagnosis and treatment of disease that affect the eye and vision, furthering knowledge of the eye in health and disease, and improving clinical practice. The vision sciences are a broad area that understanding how vision works through to clinical practice
The tables below are a historic record of all theses completed by students of the department and include names of supervisors and links to the full thesis where available. Prospective students are encouraged to use these both to seek supervisors, and to explore the vast range of topics in optometry research.
Applying for graduate research
Student name Thesis title Year of completion Primary supervisor Type of thesis Nerivanuri, Srividya Mapping the Parafoveal Capillary Network and Its Flow Characteristics in Healthy Eyes 2022 Andrew Metha PhD thesis Thudupathi Muthusamy, Vasanth Increased spatial sampling in automated static visual field testing 2022 Allison McKendrick PhD Thesis Srinivasan, Rekha Measuring central visual field loss using visual stimuli with natural scene statistics 2021 Allison McKendrick PhD thesis Lee, Pei Functional and structural adaptations to ageing and acute intraocular pressure elevation in mouse retina 2021 Bang Bui PhD thesis