Imaging of the Rear of the Eye for Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Diseases

We use our knowledge of the optical quality of the eye to improve images of the rear of the eye. We have developed and patented novel polarimetry techniques which improve the quality of confocal scanning laser images of structures at the rear of the eye which are important to the diagnosis and tracking of glaucoma, age related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, the three leading causes of blindness in North America.

We are developing ultra-high resolution imaging in animal models of ocular disease and refractive error development. This will allow improved tracking of therapeutic interventions.

Click here to read about our join project with SickKids hospital for our high resolution imaging device.

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