Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
At the WVU Eye Institute, we offer full-spectrum eyecare for infants, toddlers, and school-aged children.
Compassionate, skilled care for eye conditions occurring throughout childhood
When there’s a concern over a child’s eyesight, we’re here to help.
From infants to teenagers, our pediatric ophthalmologists manage eye conditions that occur during every stage of childhood development. We offer eye screenings, outreach care, and treatment for pediatric vision problems both common and rare.
Learn more about the conditions we treat through pediatric ophthalmology services. →
Funding Visual Science Research
Making untreatable vision problems treatable: WVU receives $11M for visual sciences research center
The WVU Eye Institute is the first in the region to offer corneal neurotization, a surgery that reconnects nerves to the eye in order to restore sensation.
The experts at the WVU Eye Institute conduct ongoing clinical trials and research studies.
Learn more about the WVU School of Medicine Department of Opthalmology and Visual Sciences.