Archived articles


An artful eye
Published Spring 2021
An appreciation for art and a passion for medicine are second nature to ophthalmologist Kathleen Oktavec Krepley, A&S '06, SPH '10 (MHS). / Johns Hopkins Magazine
World sight day
Setting sights higher
Published Oct 10, 2019
University and city leaders join students and families for a Vision for Baltimore health fair at Henderson-Hopkins school in East Baltimore
New cool tools
Snapping to better vision
Published Fall 2018
Alum Kevin White disrupts the eyeglass industry, providing free, stylish prescription eyeglasses to people in need around the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
What fish can teach us about our eyes
Published July 17, 2017
Study of how zebrafish regenerate eye tissue may one day advance efforts to combat degenerative eye disease damage in humans / Hopkins Medicine
20/20 in the classroom
Published Fall 2016
To a striking degree, children's school performance—and how they feel and behave in class—is affected by vision / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Child safety
Toddlers most at risk for chemical eye burns
Published Aug 11, 2016
Injuries are frequently caused by common household cleaners, review of ER visits finds
Color confusion
Oh no, another dress article!
Published Feb 27, 2015
Hopkins ophthalmologist explains science behind why we can't agree on what color this thing is
Laser danger
You'll shoot your eye out
Published Dec 3, 2013
High-power blue laser toys linked to serious eye damage / Hopkins Medicine
My view
Ingenuity at the end of the road
Published Nov 2012
Vision testers improvise in resource-poor countries / Gazette