Opportunities for Vision Research Trainees

Kellogg Eye Center - Brehm Tower at night

The University of Michigan provides unique opportunity for you to develop into a world-class vision researcher. With over 30 investigators exploring vision and eye research in areas ranging from understanding the neural networks in vision, to visual perception, to disease process in blinding eye diseases and developing novel therapies, U-M provides unrivaled learning opportunities.

U-M boasts top 10 funding from the National Eye Institute of the NIH and maintains a T32 Vision Training Grant supporting both graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, a P30 Vision Research Core Grant and a K12 Training Grant for vision research by clinician-scientists.

Whether you are looking for a graduate degree program, post-doctoral fellowship, or a visiting scholar, the U-M Vision Researchers welcome you and invite you to explore our web page and faculty opportunities.