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The Daroff-Dell'Osso Ocular Motility Laboratory
(OMLAB)

An Endowed Laboratory of CASE School of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University
Located in the Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Measurement of Human Eye Movements to Study Neurological, Visual, and Vestibular Disorders; Ocular Motor System Function and Dysfunction

Areas of Specialization: Systems and Computational Neurobiology, Ocular Motor Oscillations (Nystagmus and Saccadic), Ocular Motor System Models, Nystagmus Therapies, Vision and Balance, Vestibular Function, Version-Vergence Interaction, Eye-Head Interactions, and Retinal Electrophysiology of Visual Disorders
Measurement techniques: Infrared Reflection, Magnetic Search Coil, and High-Speed Digital Video Systems to record eye movements in the horizontal, vertical and torsional planes of humans; Motion Platform and Rotating Chairs to study balance.
Off-Site Research: Because the Daroff-Dell'Osso Ocular Motility Laboratory is designed for the study of human eye movements only, any non-human studies, e.g., on canines [COMLAB] and mice, have been carried out by specific investigators at other facilities in collaboration with investigators based at those facilities.


PubMed Links to Recent OMLAB Publications
PubMed Links to Publications of: RB Daroff    LF Dell'Osso     RJ Leigh    JS Stahl
                                                 MF Walker    JB Jacobs
Downloadable copies of the Publications of: L.F. Dell'Osso
Updated: OMLAB Reports

New OMLAB Report! Dell'Osso LF: Interesting Effects of a Monocular Epiretinal Membrane and Developing Cataracts in the Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome. OMLAB Report #071514

New Tutorial! Dell'Osso LF: Clinical INS Assessment to Determine Maximally Effective Therapy: What can the Physician Apply from the Bench to the Bedside? OMLAB Report #061214

New Book! [2013 Available Now] Nystagmus in Infancy and Childhood. Current Concepts in Mechanisms, Diagnoses, and Management Richard W. Hertle and Louis F. Dell'Osso (Download Flyer) (Download Book Cover) (OUP Book Information)

Recent Web Cast! [Access Now Available] Pediatric Ophthalmology - Nystagmus in Infancy and Childhood (Link to Web Cast) [Register to View]

Corrected Version! [May 31, 2013] OMS Model v1.5 User-Guide (Software)
Updated! [May 31, 2013] Latest updates and bug fixes to OMtools and NAFX (Software)
Click here to download OMS Models v1.5, v1.4, & v1.0


[May 21, 2010] NAFX can now evaluate biplanar nystagmus data and contains significant usability and speed enhancements

Note Added: [September 24, 2010]
Dell'Osso LF: Appropriate Outcome Measures for Infantile Nystagmus Therapies: "Science-based" not "Evidence-based" Studies. OMLAB Editorial #010410

Epilog Added: [August 6, 2008] Dell'Osso LF: INOS 2008 - Ethical Science or Something Else? OMLAB Editorial #071107
INOS Members Need to Knowinos2008 inos 2008

INS PATIENT HANDOUTS:
1. INS                             2. INS Treatments                 3. Tenotomy & Reattachment
4. INS and Acuity            5. INS Miscellaneous

EBME 318/319 students click here for lab information

COMLAB (New Location) CANINE EYE-MOVEMENT VIDEOS: Pre- and Post-Tenotomy
[May 3-4, 2007] OMLAB CONFERENCE with Publications
[May 2006] Come and browse our lab space!

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