Retinal imaging to enhance understanding of visual neurophysiology in health and disease
We have expertise in obtaining ultra-high-resolution images in the living eye, allowing individual cells in the retina to be visualised in both humans and animals.
When combined with other techniques, these imaging methods allow us to investigate the mechanisms of how the retina functions in both normal and diseased eyes, as well as how the blood supply to the eye is controlled, both in normal and diseased eyes. Optical imaging of the eye also provides an easily accessible window into changes that occur in the brain during drug delivery.
Research groups working within this theme include: