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Spring 2006

Wednesday 18th January at 1:00pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Fibrillin: from molecules to ciliary zonule microfibrils"

Dr Clair Baldock
Wellcome trust centre for cell-matrix research, University of Manchester

Host: Tim Wess


Wednesday 25th January at 1:00pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Reading without a Fovea: Studies of Reading Performance in Patients with age-related macular degeneration"

Dr Gary Rubin
Department of vision rehabilitation research, Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL

Host: Tom Margrain


Wednesday 8th February at 1:00pm- Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Ocular mucins, a gel of a prolem"

Dr Monica Berry
Department of Ophthalmology, University of Bristol

Host: Paul Murphy


Wednesday 22nd February at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Visual Acuity - New Psychophysical and Electrophysiological Approaches"

Prof Michael Bach
Department of Electrophysiology, University of Freiburg

Host: Rachel North


Wednesday 1st March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Therapeutic contact lenses - the quest for the ideal device"

Prof Martin Rubinstein
Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Science, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham

Host: Chris Purslow


Wednesday 15th March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Forms of visual agnosia"

Prof Glynn Humpreys
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham

Host: Tim Wess


Wednesday 22nd March at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"The role of programmed cell death (apoptosis) in retinal development and disease"

Prof Tom Cotter
Department of Biochemistry, University College Cork

Host: Mike Wride


Wednesday March 29th at 1.00 pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Face, Gait and Ear Biometrics; Non-Invasive Biometric Fusion"

Prof Mark Nixon
Department of Electronics and Computer Science, Southampton University

Host: Alison Binns


Wednesday 5th April at 1:00pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"Retinal neuroprotection: the role of functional peptidomimetic compounds and neurotrophic agents"

Dr Uri Saragovi
Department of pharmacology and therapeutics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Host: James Morgan


Wednesday 26th April at 1:00pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"New regulatory pathways in the control of inflammation at the ocular surface"

Prof Santa Ono
Immunology Division, Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL

Host: Mike Boulton


Wednesday 10 May at 1:00pm - Lecture Theatre 2.60C Redwood Building

"In vivo measurement of corneal biomechanical properties"

Prof Cynthia Roberts
Biomedical Engineering department & Department of Ophthalmology, Ohio State University

Host: Jennifer Lewis