Dr Louise Terry
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
I undertook my postgraduate research at Cardiff University, submitting my thesis entitled ‘An in vivo investigation of choroidal vasculature in age-related macular degeneration’ in May 2017. My particular research interest is in using artificial intelligence to detect and classify this condition from 3-D OCT scans of the back of the eye. As a qualified optometrist, part of my research included recruiting and examining patients diagnosed with macular degeneration, from clinics at the University Hospital of Wales. I now lecture 3rd year undergraduate students on contact lenses and low vision, and supervise students on several 2nd and 3rd year clinical modules.
Educational and professional qualifications:
2016 – Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
2013 – Present: PhD, An in-vivo investigation of choroidal vasculature in AMD, Cardiff University
2013 – Registered Optometrist (GOC no: 01-27549), MCOptom
2009 – 2012: First Class Honours in Optometry, Cardiff University
2017-present – Teacher, Cardiff University
2016-present – Clinical supervisor, Cardiff University
2016-2017 – Clinical trials optometrist, University Hospital of Wales
2013-2017 – Postgraduate researcher, Cardiff University
2013-2016 – Student demonstrator, Cardiff University
Travel bursary for ARVO 2016 from The College of Optometrists.
CUROP summer student funding (June 2015 and June 2016)
Visual Science Bioimaging Lab, Cardiff University
SwanseaVision, Department of Computer Science, Swansea University
GOC membership 01-27549
College of Optometrists membership (MCOptom)
Association of Optometrists membership
2017 British Congress of Optometry and Vision Science (BCOVS), Plymouth University, UK
2016 British Congress of Optometry and Vision Science (BCOVS), University of Ulster, UK
2016 British Council Researcher Links Newton-Al-Farabi Partnership Programme Workshop, Kazakh Eye Institute, Almaty, Kazakhstan
2016 School of Optometry and Vision Sciences Postgraduate Seminar Series, Cardiff University, UK
2016 Young Vision Researchers’ Colloquium, Bristol Vision Institute, UK
2016 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, USA
2015 Speaking of Science, Cardiff University, UK
2014 British Congress of Optometry and Vision Science (BCOVS), Cardiff University, UK
2014 Speaking of Science, Cardiff University, UK
I teach clinical optometry at undergraduate level, and am recognised as an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA). I deliver lecture series on contact lens and low vision to 3rd year students, and have also been involved in WOPEC modules, particularly refraction for ophthalmologists.
OP3202 – Contact lenses and low vision
OP3101 – Primary Care Clinics
OP2202 – Contact lenses
OP2203 – Investigative techniques
Ravenscroft D, et al. (2017) AMD classification in choroidal OCT using hierarchical texton mining. Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems (ACIVS) Proceedings September 2017.
Ravenscroft D, et al. (2017) Learning feature extractors for AMD classification in OCT using convolutional neural networks. European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO) Proceedings August 2017.
Terry L, et al. (2016) Automated retinal layer segmentation using spectral domain optical coherence tomography: evaluation of inter-session repeatability and agreement between devices. PLOS ONE 11 (9) p0162001.
Deng J, et al. (2016) Age-related macular degeneration detection and stage classification using choroidal OCT images. International Conference on Image analysis and Recognition (ICIAR) Proceedings July 2016.
Terry L. OCT: past, present, and future, Optometry Today, October 2017.
Terry L, and Wood A. The choroid: a clearer clinical view. Optometry Today, April 2017.