The Johnson Lab combines state-of-the-art translational neuroscience with outstanding clinical ophthalmology research and care to help patients suffering from glaucoma
Thomas Johnson is a neuroscientist and glaucoma specialist at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. In addition to treating children and adults with glaucoma, he leads an expert team of diverse scientific and clinical investigators who, together, are working to better understand why patients with glaucoma lose vision, how we can prevent it, and how we can reverse it
Through our tripartite mission of research, patient care, and education, the Johnson Lab aims to improve the lives of people suffering from glaucoma, now and in the future
The Johnson Laboratory recognizes the importance of open communication, data sharing, and scientific collaboration among investigators from diverse backgrounds and with complementary expertise. We are grateful for our many collaborations with outstanding scientists all over the world.
We would be delighted to provide periodic updates on research, hear from patients with glaucoma, or receive inquiries from trainees who want to be part of the Johnson Laboratory
A world where blinding eye disease is diagnosed early and treated effectively, so that all patients can enjoy their lives with excellent vision.