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Robert W. Williams

Robert W. Williams is Professor in the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology and the Dunavant Chair of Developmental Genetics in Pediatrics and the University of Tennessee. He is codirector of the Center of Genomics and Bioinformatics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and founding director of the Complex Trait Consortium.

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Recent years have seen a burst of studies on the mouse eye and visual system, fueled in large part by the relatively recent ability to produce mice with precisely defined changes in gene sequence. Mouse models have contributed to a wide range of scientific breakthroughs for a number of ocular and neurological diseases and have allowed researchers to address fundamental issues that were difficult to approach with other experimental models.