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Resident & Student Research Opportunities

Introduction:

A variety of research opportunities are available to individuals interested in Vision Science. Our member laboratories host undergraduate and doctoral graduate students from several programs including Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS), Neuroscience, and many other departments. The clinical residency program in Ophthalmology at Washington University School of Medicine is unusual in that it features a dedicated research rotation. Residents are advised to liaise with Dr. Susan Culican, the Research Rotation director, when selecting a suitable host laboratory for their research rotation.

An overview of faculty research is given in the Research section and the Research Summary table. Current and past projects of Ophthalmology residents and students are described in the "Ongoing and Completed Research" page.

Research projects offered through faculty members are presented below.

Basic Science Research

Clinical Research

Quality Improvement Research

 

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