Brad Fortune OD PhD

Associate Scientist Brad Fortune
Devers Eye Institute Research Laboratories

Director, Electrodiagnostic Services
Devers Eye Institute

Laboratory address
Discoveries in Sight Research Laboratories
Legacy Research Institute
1225 NE 2nd Ave
Portland, OR  97232

Clinic address
Devers Eye Institute
1040 NW 22nd Avenue, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97210

Appointments and contacts
Devers telephone: 503-413-7022
Devers fax: 503-413-7006
Appointments: 503-413-5312
Lab telephone: 503-413-1198
Lab fax: 503-413-5179
Email: bfortune@deverseye.org

Education
  • B.S., Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • O.D., State University of New York College of Optometry, New York, NY
  • Ph.D., Vision Science, University of California, Berkeley, CA


Postgraduate education
  • Residency, Hospital Based Optometry, Veterans Administration Medical Center, San Francisco, CA
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship, Electrophysiology & Glaucoma, Discoveries in Sight, Devers Eye Institute, Legacy Health, Portland, OR


Professional affiliations
  • American Academy of Optometry, Fellow 
  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 
  • International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision
  • International Perimetric Society
  • North American Perimetric Society
  • Optometric Glaucoma Society 
  • Association of International Glaucoma Societies


Clinical interests and expertise
  • Characterization of vision function and diagnosis of vision disorders using electroretinography, visual evoked cortical potentials, color vision assessment, spatial and temporal contrast sensitivity, dark and light adaptometry, and perimetry.


Previous clinical trials
  • ERG Reading Center, Protocol No: EOP1014, OSI/Eyetech Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Research interests and expertise
  • Measurement of vision function in human glaucoma and experimental models of glaucoma, particularly by electrophysiological means
  • Electrophysiological assessment of vision function in human and experimental retinal disease models
  • Imaging retinal nerve fiber layer and optic disc structure, correlations with vision function
  • Glaucoma pathogenesis


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