A Full Spectrum of Research
The John A. Moran Eye Center supports 16 research labs and centers, where internationally-awarded faculty, including one of the world’s top retinal teams, are developing the treatments of tomorrow.
Moran invests in the full spectrum of research, supporting basic research that adds to our foundation of knowledge and then providing the tools to translate discoveries into new therapies and treatments.
Our Renowned Research Centers
- Physicians and companies worldwide use the Intermountain Ocular Research Center to vet artificial lenses used for cataract surgery.
- The Sharon Eccles Steele Center for Translational Medicine is fast-tracking new therapies for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), using the world’s largest repository of donor eye tissue of its kind and data from an ongoing clinical study.
- The Utah Retinal Reading Center seeks to contribute to the characterization of manifestation and progression of ophthalmic diseases, focusing on evaluating treatment response to innovative therapeutic strategies.
- The Alan S. Crandall Center for Glaucoma Innovation is leading the way to better diagnostics, safer and more effective therapies and surgical devices, a deeper understanding of glaucoma and its genetics, and expanded access to care worldwide.