Jonathan Horton, MD, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||10 Koret Way|
San Francisco CA 94143
|Harvard University||M.D.||1984||School of Medicine|
|Harvard University||PhD||1984||Neurobiology, School of Arts and Sciences|
|North American Neuro-Ophthalmomlogy Society||1988||Resident Research Prize|
|North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society||1990||Fellow Research Prize|
|American Ophthalmological Society||1997||Elected to Membership|
|Pan-American Association of Opthalmology||1999||Troutman-Veronneau Prize|
|UCSF Class of 2002||1999||Outstanding Lecture Award|
|Department of Ophthalmology UCSF||2001||Kimura Prize for Excellence in Teaching|
|2005||Alcon Research Institute Award|
|Jewish Guild for the Blind||2008||Bressler Prize|
|UCSF Class of 2011||2011||William Osler Distinguished Teaching Award|
||2016||Best Doctors in America|
Jonathan C. Horton MD PhD specializes in neuro-ophthalmology, pediatric ophthalmology, strabismus, and the treatment of double vision. He earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, where he also received a PhD in neurobiology in the laboratory of Nobel prize winners David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel. He did a medical internship and a year of neurology residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by ophthalmology residency at Georgetown University. Horton completed fellowships in neuro-ophthalmology and pediatric ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco. He is now professor of ophthalmology, neurology and physiology, and member of the Program in Neuroscience. His NIH-supported laboratory is focused on the neural basis of visual perception, amblyopia, strabismus, eye movements, and disorders of binocular vision.
, eye muscle surgery
, binocular vision
, pediatric ophthalmology
, double vision
, third nerve palsy
, sixth nerve palsy
, fourth nerve palsy
, myasthenia gravis
, pseudotumor cerebri
, temporal arteritis
, anterior ischemic optic neuropathy
, optic neuritis
, pituitary adenoma
, visual fields
, visual cortex
, ocular dominance columns
, visual suppression
, cytochrome oxidase.
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