University of California, Berkeley, 2012
Ocular Disease, Baltimore VA Medical Center
Li, R. W., Tran, K. D., Bui, J. K., Antonucci, M. M., Ngo, C. V., & Levi, D. M. (2018) Improving Adult Amblyopic Vision with Stereoscopic 3-Dimensional Video Games. Ophthalmology. 125(10):1660-1662
Li, R.W., Ngo C., & Levi D.M. (2015) Relieving the Attentional Blink in the Amblyopic Brain with Video Games. Scientific Reports, 5, e8483
Li, R. W., Ngo, C., Nguyen, J. & Levi, D. M (2012) Video game play induces plasticity in the visual system of adults with amblyopia: Video games improve “lazy eye” in adults. Ophthalmology Update, 10, 29-33
Li, R. W., Brown, B., Edwards, M., Ngo, C., Chat, S. W., & Levi, D. M. (2012) Reduced Sampling Efficiency Causes Degraded Vernier Hyperacuity with Normal Aging: Vernier Acuity in Positional Noise. Scientific Reports 2, e300
Li R. W., Ngo C., Nguyen J., & Levi D.M. (2011) Video-Game Play Induces Plasticity in the Visual System of Adults with Amblyopia. PLoS Biol 9(8): e1001135.
Li, R. W., MacKeben M., Chat, S. W., Kumar, M., Ngo, C. & Levi, D. M. (2010) Aging and Visual Counting. PloS One. 18, 5, e13434
About Dr. Ngo
Dr. Charlie Ngo currently supervises fourth year students at the Marin Community Clinic and is dedicated to serving low income and underserved patients. He also currently assists in clinical research involving amblyopia and perceptual learning at UC Berkeley.