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Cornea to Cortex

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The Cornea to Cortex research seminar series hosts esteemed UK-based and international researchers from a wide range of vision-related disciplines.

Cornea to Cortex

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.

Spring 2020 series

DateSpeakerTopic
8 JanuaryDr Jodie Harrington
Osaka/Cardiff University

Host: Justyn Regini
Characterisation of lens-related markers within an eye development cell culture model from human iPSCs (induced pluripotent stem cells)
22 JanuaryDr Enyam Morny
University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Host: Barbara Ryan
University of Cape Coast, Ghana: Research portfolio presentation and interactions

Alternative Venue: Haydn Ellis Lecture Theatre
5 FebruaryDr Ben Mead
Cardiff University

Host: Marcela Votruba
Stem cell-derived exosomes for the treatment of traumatic and degenerative eye diseases
26 FebruaryProf David Elliot
University of Bradford

Host: David Whitaker
TBA

Alternative Venue: Haydn Ellis Lecture Theatre
4 MarchDr John GreenwoodUniversity College London

Host: Kristian Skoczek
Seeing through the clutter: A common mechanism for crowding in peripheral and clinical vision
18 MarchProf Joan Roberts
Fordham University, New York

Host: Malgorzata Rozanowska
Drug induced ocular phototoxicity
25 MarchDr Giovanni Montesano
City University, London

Host: Angharad Hobby
Spatial summation of perimetric stimuli in the macula: implication for structure-function relationship in glaucoma
1 AprilDr Pádraig J Mulholland
Ulster University

Host: Tony Redmond
Examining the coma in glaucoma with three-dimensional perimetric stimuli

Further information

Yr Athro Andrew Quantock

Yr Athro Andrew Quantock

Director of Research

Email
quantockaj@caerdydd.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 2087 5064