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Margaret M. Dyson Vision Research

Weill Cornell Medicine basic scientific ophthalmology investigation is housed within the Margaret M. Dyson Vision Research Institute at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. This 12,000-square-foot research laboratory houses comprehensive laboratory facilities for the study of cellular, biological issues related to ocular disease.

Amid a vibrant and stimulating environment, our esteemed investigators are complemented by a large team of postdoctoral and research fellows, medical students and visiting scientists. The Dyson Institute is home to a major tri-institutional (Weill Cornell Medicine, Rockefeller and Memorial Sloan Kettering) vision science training grant, with additional retinal disease, stem cell and genetic therapy expansion programs also in progress.

Research Faculty

View all Weill Cornell Medicine ophthalmologic researchers in our Physician & Staff Directory.