The purpose of our research is to understand the neural circuits that underlie sight: how they function and how to repair them after injury or disease.
We are developing strategies to regenerate visual circuits after damage from glaucoma and/or diseases that compromise the optic nerves to treat and cure blindness.
Our work also has direct implications for understanding disorders of brain development such as autism and for developing strategies for repairing spinal cord injuries.
To learn more about our research, please visit my Stanford School of Medicine page
and/or contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Andrew D. Huberman (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).