New Technology For Diabetes Eye Disease, August 23, 2014

Ann E. Elsner, Ph.D., Professor, Associate Dean for Research, Stephen A. Burns, Ph.D., Professor, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Thomas Gast, M.D., Ph.D., Senior Scientist, School of Optometry, Indiana University. Critical eye function can be seriously impacted by diabetes. Doctors Elsner, Burns, Gast and their team have translated research into a tangible device to detect early eye...

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