Translational Ophthalmology

Translational science, as it has been termed, is concerned with the application of laboratory or ‘bench’ science to the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases. This meaning of translation corresponds to the commonly used concept of “translational research,” whereby a treatment or diagnostic test is first studied in the laboratory and then translated to clinical trials and eventual use in patients. An Image-Based Method for Automated, Computer-based Screening of Retinopathy. Translational epidemiology has advanced within the field of ophthalmology due to progress made in the following key areas

  • Ocular imaging
  • Genomics
  • Proteomics
  • Clinical Studies
  • Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR)

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