The war on glaucoma blindness takes place on three fronts: clinical care, teaching, and research.

The University of Iowa is at the forefront in all three of these arenas:

  • Providing the highest quality patient care with the latest technology – Learn More
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  • Researching the causes of glaucoma and developing tools to aid in diagnosis and treatment – Learn More

Recent News

  • Thu, 07/05/2018 - 11:00

    Dr. Miller completed his undergraduate studies and medical school at the University of Utah and was an Ophthalmology Resident here at the University of Iowa. We are thrilled he is staying on with us to continue his training in the surgical and medical management of glaucoma.

  • Thu, 06/28/2018 - 16:15

    The Glaucoma service welcomed Dr. Ze Zhang (center) as the glaucoma fellow for 2017-2018. Dr. Zhang has completed her fellowship and will be joining the Glaucoma Service at Tulane University in September. Also pictured are Dr. Young Kwon and Dr. John Fingert (front row) and Dr Nathan Sears, Dr.

  • Mon, 03/05/2018 - 09:45

    Dr. Nathan Sears has been awarded the American Glaucoma Society's 2018 Young Clinician-Scientist Research Grant. He plans to use these resources to develop a new animal model of glaucoma to facilitate studies of the causes and cures for this potentially blinding disease.