My name is Sierra Vidaure, I'm currently a junior at the University of Arizona studying computational neuroscience. Previously, however, I was a physics major, so I definitely still have a budding interest in the physical aspects of the brain like neurons and electrical pulses.
Hi! My name is Hannie Lynch and I am a sophomore at the University of Arizona this year. I am studying Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, with minors in both Theater and Computer Science. I am so excited to be a part of the AZ Retina Project group. Educating myself and other interested parties about scientific studies and current research is an activity that I've always loved, but haven't gotten much of a chance to do in college. I'm glad to have a group of other students that are invested in the project and enthusiastic over this opportunity as well!
Hello, my name is Andrea Savu and I am currently a junior at the University of Arizona Honors College majoring in physiology and minoring in psychology. I am thrilled to be a part of the Arizona RETINA Project and work with a great group of students to educate the public about the eye and the visual system.
Give your mother or father a gift of a thoughtful eye chart.
Have kids that are interested in the careers in ocular medicine? Have them try out the free Eye Doctor! app. In this app, kids can select from a choice of patients, and complete tasks that people with ocular professions would do. These tasks include virtually washing eyes, checking for color blindness, testing vision, and selecting a pair of glasses. Have your child try it out and see them have fun!
For those still stuck at home or just trying to find something while self-isolating, here are some eye-related book recommendations. This is a short list of various works of fiction that somehow relate to eyes!
Do you want to have intricate and ‘eye-catching nails’? The links below show you how to make ‘the evil eye’ design on your nails! Click on either of the links below and learn how to make your nails 'eye-popping’ with a few easy steps.