Hansjoerg E. Kolder Electrodiagnostic Laboratory

The Electrodiagnostic Laboratory was named in 1997 for Hansjoerg E. Kolder, MD, PhD, emeritus professor of ophthalmology and a pioneer in clinical electrophysiology.

Electrodiagnostic tests are conducted both for diagnostic and research purposes. Studies performed within the unit include electroretinography (ERG), electro-oculography (EOG), multifocal electroretinography (MERG), dark adaptometry, and color vision testing.