G

reg Schwartz is accustomed to spending 10 hours a day in the dark.

The assistant professor of ophthalmology at Northwestern University regularly glues mouse retinas onto a glass slide and spends an absorbing day shining different patterns of light into it to measure how the eye fragment responds.

This is a STAT Plus article and you can unlock it by subscribing to STAT Plus today. It's easy! Your first 30 days are free and if you don't enjoy your subscription you can cancel any time.
Already a subscriber? Log in here.

Leave a Comment

Please enter your name.
Please enter a comment.

Sign up for our Morning Rounds newsletter

Your daily dose of news in health and medicine.

X