Welcome to the Tuten Lab

We use adaptive optics to study vision. To learn more, visit our Projects page.

Representative Publications

(Full list available here.)

Tuten WS, Vergilio G, Young G, Bennett J, Maguire A, Aleman TS, Brainard DH, Morgan JIW (2019). Visual function at the atrophic border in choroideremia assessed with adaptive optics microperimetry. Ophthalmology Retina (in press) (pdf).

Tuten WS, Cooper RF, Tiruveedhula P, Dubra A, Roorda A, Cottaris NP, Brainard DH, Morgan JIW (2018). Spatial summation in the human fovea: Do normal optical aberrations and fixational eye movements have an effect? Journal of Vision, 18(8): 6-6. PMID: 30105385 (pdf)

Tuten WS*, Harmening WM*, Sabesan R, Roorda A, Sincich LC (2017). Spatiochromatic interactions between individual cone photoreceptors in the human retina. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(39): 9498-9509. PMID: 28871030 (pdf)

Tu JH, Foote KG, Lujan BJ, Ratnam K, Qin J, Gorin MB, Cunningham Jr. ET, Tuten WS, Duncan JL, Roorda A (2017). Dysflective cones: Visual function and cone reflectivity in long-term follow-up of acute bilateral foveolitis. American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports, 7, 14-19. PMID: 29057371 (pdf)

Sabesan R*, Schmidt BP*, Tuten WS, Roorda A (2016). The elementary representation of spatial and color vision in the human retina. Science Advances, 2, e1600797. PMID: 27652339 (pdf) (Press coverage on the Science Magazine, Wired Magazine, and Popular Science websites.)

Wang Q, Tuten WS, Lujan BJ, Holland J, Bernstein PS, Schwartz SD, Duncan JL, Roorda A (2015). Adaptive optics microperimetry and OCT images in macular telangiectasia type 2 retinal lesions show preserved function and recovery of cone visibility. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 56(2): 778-786. PMID: 25587056 (pdf)

Harmening WM*, Tuten WS*, Roorda A, Sincich LC (2014). Mapping the perceptual grain of the human retina. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(16): 5667-5677. PMID: 24741057 (pdf)

Tuten WS, Tiruveedhula P, Roorda A (2012). Adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope-based microperimetry. Optometry and Vision Science. 89(5): 563-574. PMID: 22446720 (pdf)

News

May, 2019: Paper on adaptive optics microperimetry in choroideremia accepted for publication in Ophthalmology Retina! (link)

March, 2019: We have an open position for a post-doc interested in studying vision at the cellular scale using adaptive optics. Click here for more information.

We welcome inquires from interested graduate students and post-docs!