His interests are centered around visual perception, and the impact of the eye’s optics on visual function.

Dr. Bradley’s current research has examined the effect of novel contact lens designs on presbyopic vision, the functional consequences of interocular differences in optical quality, and the determination of spherical refractive error in aberrated eyes.  As concern over the global pandemic of myopia has emerged, Dr. Bradley’s lab has begun examining the optical characteristics of young eyes, and especially the retinal image quality before and during myopia control therapy.

Optometry, Cognitive Science
PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Physiological Optics, 1983