Keck School Faculty

Lan Yue

Lan Yue

Assistant Professor Of Research Ophthalmology
HC4 6518 1450 San Pablo Street Health Sciences Campus Los Angeles

: The Juliette RP Vision Foundation Young Scientist Award, 2016

: ARVO/Retina Research Foundation/Lawrence Travel Fellowship Grant, 2011

Restoring Color Perception to the Blind - an Electrical Stimulation Strategy of Retina in Patients with End-stage Retinitis Pigmentosa Ophthalmology. 2020 Aug 25. . View in PubMed

Retina-electrode interface properties and vision restoration by two generations of retinal prostheses in one patient-one in each eye J Neural Eng. 2020 04 09; 17(2):026020. . View in PubMed

Histopathologic Assessment of Optic Nerves and Retina From a Patient With Chronically Implanted Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System Transl Vis Sci Technol. 2019 May; 8(3):31. . View in PubMed

Retinal stimulation strategies to restore vision: Fundamentals and systems Prog Retin Eye Res. 2016 07; 53:21-47. . View in PubMed

Ten-Year Follow-up of a Blind Patient Chronically Implanted with Epiretinal Prosthesis Argus IOphthalmology. 2015 Dec; 122(12):2545-52. e1. . View in PubMed

The research of Lan Yue, PhD, focuses on developing novel approaches to restore sight to the blind and decoding the underlying biological mechanisms. Dr. Yue has worked closely with patients who have received the retinal prostheses Argus I and II to evaluate the safety and efficacy of chronic electrical stimulation of the retina. Dr. Yue is committed to advancing the bioelectronic retinal prosthesis technologies and is concurrently developing minimally invasive alternatives to improve the visual experience of patients who are blind. Dr. Yue’s current effort involves using nano-sized neuro-photoswitches and novel optoelectronic materials in the optical control of the retinal activity as the building blocks of the next generation retinal prosthesis. Dr. Yue is also pursuing translational research in bioelectronics and biophotonics for the treatment of a variety of debilitating neurological diseases such as traumatic brain injury.
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