[visionlist] The Graduate Program in Physiological Optics & Vision Science at the University of Houston College of Optometry

Frishman, Laura J lfrishma at Central.UH.EDU
Sun Nov 20 11:11:25 -04 2022

The Graduate Program in Physiological Optics & Vision Science at the University of Houston College of Optometry in Houston TX USA is now accepting applications for its doctoral and master of science programs.
The deadline for applications for Fall 2023 is January 31, 2023
How to apply: https://www.opt.uh.edu/education/graduate-programs/how-to-apply/
The Graduate Program provides students with a broad base of knowledge in the vision sciences, as well as the resources and environment for students to develop expertise in specific areas of interest in vision research. Students receive tuition fellowships and stipends as teaching or research assistants.  Graduate students work side-by side with a diverse and collaborative group of basic, clinical and translational vision scientists studying normal and abnormal visual processes, using a variety of approaches ranging from molecular and cellular, to behavioral and optical (Research - College of Optometry (uh.edu)<https://www.opt.uh.edu/research/>.
Research areas of focus include: Biomedical Optics, Ocular Biology, Visual Neuroscience, and Clinical and Translational Research  (https://www.opt.uh.edu/research/areas-of-focus/).  Please click on each focus area to find faculty engaged in research in that area.
Educational requirements include a minimum of a BS degree (or equivalent) in biological or physical sciences, engineering, optometry or medicine. The ideal candidate would have research interests and experience in vision or related sciences.
The link below provides  information about our PhD and MS programs:
Questions about applying or about the graduate program may be sent to rrattelade at Central.UH.edu<mailto:rrattelade at Central.UH.edu>  or you may call 1 (713) 743-1885.
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Laura J. Frishman, PhD
Moores Professor
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & Research
College of Optometry
University of Houston
713.743.1972 (office)
lfrishman at uh.edu<mailto:lfrishman at uh.edu>
4401 MLK Blvd, JDA Rm 2195
Houston, Texas 77204.2020

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