MatchMaestro award returns to OSU CCTS
The MatchMaestro award has been presented to the OSU CCTS once again! This semi-annual award is presented to CTSA institutions for enrolling the most participants into studies using ResearchMatch. | Read more
Andrew Hartwick, OD, PhD, received a KL2 Career Development Award from the Center of Clinical and Translational Science for his research on flicker sensitively of retinal ganglion cell photoreceptors.
Hartwick is developing a new pupil testing strategy for detecting glaucoma. By using a recently discovered cell in the retina, the researchers are hopeful that this new test will identify the blindness-causing disease earlier and more accurately than current tests that rely on human input.