Using Eye Movements to Diagnose Brain Health

Inside the lab of Dr. Jorge Otero-Millan.

Dr. Jorge Otero-Millan

Taking On Sjögren’s

An innovative approach to treating a complicated and elusive disease.

Two doctors examining a patient at Sjogren's Clinic.

An Audacious Goal

A Collaboration to Cure Blindness with Retinal Cell Transplants.

Dr. Teresa Puthussery

Seeing Better to Play Better

Berkeley Optometry’s Sports Vision Clinic helps top athletes and weekend warriors improve performance.

Illustration of the eye

How Glaucoma Causes Vision Loss

Dean and Professor John Flanagan is featured in this excellent video on how glaucoma causes vision loss.

Eye anatomy graphic.

Statement on the Supreme Court’s Decision

Dr. Chris Wilmer, Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, shared her thoughts on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade with the Berkeley Optometry community.

Dr. Chris Wilmer

Restoring Dim-Light Vision in Dogs

Berkeley researchers have helped develop a gene therapy that restores dim-light vision in dogs with a congenital form of night blindness, offering hope for treating a similar condition in people.

A samoyed dog.

Faculty Assist Vaccination Efforts

Berkeley Optometry’s faculty assisted in the effort to vaccinate students, staff and faculty across campus.

Doctor in gloves making an injection into an older female patient's arm.

Wertheim Foundation pledges $50 million to Berkeley Optometry

This transformational commitment constitutes the lead gift for a 10-year, $100 million investment.

Nicole and Herbert Wertheim.

We Support the Vaccine Mandate

As a primary health care profession, Berkeley Optometry supports UC’s policy of mandatory vaccination.

Marlena Chu.