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Spring 2005

Wednesday 12th January at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Ex vivo expansion of corneal stem cells for ocular surface reconstruction"

Dr Nigel J Fullwood
Department of Biological Sciences, Lancaster University.

Host: Keith Meek


Wednesday 26th January at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Why are there so many different types of early-onset nystagmus?"

Dr Richard Clement
Visual Sciences Unit, Institute of Child Health, London

Host: Jon Erichsen


Wednesday 2nd February at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Animal models of sight: Blind chickens"

Dr Paul M Hocking
Genetics & Biometry, Roslin Institute

Host: Jez Guggenheim


Wednesday 9th February at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Inherited cataract: genotypes and phenotypes"

Prof Anthony T Moore
Institute of Ophthalmology, Moorfields Eye Hospital

Host: Marcela Votruba


Wednesday 16th February at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Reactions involving the carotenoids of the eye"

Prof George Truscott
School of Chemistry and Physics, Keele University

Host: Malgorzata Rozanowska


Wednesday 23rd February at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Perception of object movement"

Dr Simon K Rushton
School of Psychology, Cardiff University

Host: Outi Ukkonen


Wednesday 2nd March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Avian visual asymmetry: How it starts, how it works, and why it is"

Prof Onur Güntürkün
Department of Biopsychology, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Host: Vern P Bingman


Wednesday 9th March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Retina: An approachable part of the brain in health and disease"

Prof Pete Humphries
Deprtment of Genetics, Trinity College, Dublin

Host: Mike Wride


Wednesday 16th March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Prospects for ganglion cell repair, replacement and regeneration"

Mr Keith R G Martin, FRCOphth
Centre for Brain Repair, Cambridge University

Host: James Morgan