Anjali Bhorade

Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy

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    Research interests

    Dr. Bhorade's research interests involve assessing visual function and quality of life in older patients with glaucoma. She is currently collaborating with the Program in Occupational Therapy in a study involving the assessment of self-reported questionnaires, performance-based and clinical measures of visual function tested in the clinic and homes of older patients with glaucoma. Dr. Bhorade is also interested in assessing the impact of various aspects of vision on driving performance. Dr. Bhorade is currently taking classes towards a masters degree in Clinical Investigation at Washington University School of Medicine.

    Clinical interests

    Diagnosis and management of adult glaucomas, imaging of the optic nerve head and nerve fiber layer in glaucoma, neurological disorders of the eye, neuropathy as it affects the visual system, open angle glaucoma, paralytic and restrictive ocular motility disorders, blepharospasm, adult strabismus, ultrasonography


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