The Bonn Adaptive Optics and Vision Laboratory is a research lab at the University Eye Hospital in Bonn, Germany, funded by the Emmy Noether Program of the German Research Foundation.

We use adaptive optics imaging techniques to create high resolution images of the living human retina. By means of fast optical light switching and real-time compensation for retinal motion, we are able to target and stimulate individual photoreceptor cells for extremely precise visual function testing. Continue reading on the Research pages.

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News
Directory compiled by Niklas Domdei and Maximilian Pfau. Last update: August 2018
Dec 2017:
Sep 2017:
Manuscript on horizontal cell interaction published in the Journal of Neuroscience
Manuscript on AOM cascading published in Biomedical Optics Express
Mar 2017:
A photo of our AOSLO system is featured on the cover of the March 2017 issue of Der Ophthalmologe.
Also in this issue (in German):
Reiniger et al., Technical principles of adaptive optics in ophthalmology.
Domdei et al., Histology in the living eye.
Welcome!
Sep 2018:
We host a lab tour during the European Summer School on Eye Movements (ESSEM 2018).
Apr 2018:
Our lab hosts a lab tour during the 2nd BIGS Neuroscience Summer School.
Aug 2018:
Sobika Sugunasabesan completes her Bachelor Thesis on polarization perception during dark adaptation. Congratulations!