The Contact Lens and Visual Optics Laboratory (CLVOL) is located within the School of Optometry and Vision Science. It is part of QUT’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI). The primary research objectives of the laboratory are to better understand vision, the optics of the eye, optical corrections of the eye and the processes underlying the regulation of eye growth. The laboratory has a sophisticated range of measurement and analysis techniques. These include methods to investigate the shape of the cornea, the optical characteristics of the eye, visual performance of contact lenses and the biometric properties of the eye.
Rohan Hughes Receives Well-deserved Doctor of Philosophy!
QUT HDR Student and CLVOL member, Rohan Hughes, completed his QUT doctoral research studies and attended his doctorate graduation at an official QUT Ceremony held at the university's Gardens Point Campus on 9 March 2021.Read more
Swee Chai Celebrates Fellowship Achievement
QUT PhD Student and CLVOL member, Swee Chai Teoh awarded Fellowship from Advanced Higher Education.Read more
A Good Read – Myopia in the 21st Century
QUT Senior Researchers, Scott Read and Stephen Vincent, together with past QUT PhD Graduate, Ranjay Chakraborty, are proud authors of Chapter 4: Understanding Myopia: Pathogenesis and mechanisms, in new publication titled, Updates on Myopia: A Clinical Perspective.Read more