Cornea to Cortex
We have organised the Cornea to Cortex research seminar series for over 16 years, and have hosted esteemed UK-based and international researchers from a wide range of vision-related disciplines.
Academic staff from the School also showcase the world-class research being undertaken at Cardiff University.
The seminars usually take place on Wednesday between 13:00-14:00 each week, from October to April, and are held in the lecture theatre on the ground floor of the School. All are welcome to attend.
Autumn 2017 series
|4 October||Prof Chris Dickinson|
University of Manchester Host: Neema Ghorbani Mojarrad
|Improving the evidence base in low vision|
|18 October||Professor Mike Cheetham|
Host: Marcela Votruba
|“Protein homeostasis and retinal degeneration.”|
|8 November||Laura Edwards, Angharad Hobby & Deanna Taylor|
Host: David Whitaker
|“Age-related eye disease: Clinical testing and|
An overview of current PhD research from the lab of Professor David Crabb in the areas of glaucoma, AMD and general retinal function.
|15 November||Dr Michael Johnson|
Johnson & Furze LtdHost: Jez Guggenheim
|"Better choices for better vision: Decision-making techniques and skills used by clinicians."|
|29 November||Dr Marc DziaskoUCL|
Host: Andrew Quantock
“Investigating the limbal stem cell niche: High-resolution imaging reveals unexpected cell-cell interactions in the human limbal crypts.”
|13 December||Dr Darryl Overby|
Imperial College London
Host: Prof. Elena Koudouna
|“Systems biology of glaucoma.”|
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