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Vision research at the WVU Eye Institute includes basic sciences and clinical care.  Our faculty scientists work to advance patient diagnostics through research into the origins of ocular disease and new diagnostic and treatment methods. 

Basic Research at the Vision Research Center

Housed in the WVU Eye Institute, the Vision Research Center is recognized nationally as a leading academic research center.  Laboratory scientists make profound contributions toward advancing vision science and have collaborative partnerships with other WVU Departments and research institutions to build vision-related research.

To learn more about the Vision Research Center click here  

Clinical Research

At the WVU Eye Institute, our clinician faculty are involved in clinical trials to find better ways of treating eye disease and preventing blindness. Funding for clinical trials includes support from the National Eye Institute (National Institutes of Health), pharmaceutical companies, and individuals.

To learn more about clinical trials research at the WVU Eye Institute click here