Karen Holopigian received her undergraduate degree at Franklin and Marshall College and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Northwestern University. She joined the clinical electrophysiology research team at NYU in 1986. During her tenure at NYU, Dr. Holopigian conducted clinical ophthalmology research. The primary focus of her research has been to explore the psychophysical and electrophysiological sites and mechanisms of visual function in patients with retinal diseases and to use these techniques to assess the outcomes of therapeutic interventions in these debilitating diseases.
Biography Updated on 29 March 2011