Vanderbilt Vision Research Center

About VVRC

The Vanderbilt Vision Research Center (VVRC) promotes research and training on a wide range of problems in vision science including:

• Visually guided behavior and cognition
• Neural processes underlying visually guided behavior
• Comparative anatomy and physiology of visual systems
• Development and plasticity of the visual systems
• Molecular mechanisms in the eye
• Diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders
• Machine vision

Funding for the center’s activities comes from the National Eye Institute. A Core Grant (P30-EY08126) supports six service modules to enhance eye & vision research. A Training Grant (T32-EYO7135) provides funds for predoctoral and postdoctoral training in eye and vision science. The VVRC provides a focus of activity and interaction that facilitates collaborations among investigators.

For more information about the Vanderbilt Vision Research Center contact us at:

Vanderbilt Vision Research Center
The Vanderbilt Eye Institute
11425 Langford MRB IV
2213 Garland Avenue
Nashville, TN 37232
Phone: (615) 343-7620
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