Stem Cells: Regeneration Methods for the Visual System. Hands-On Workshop. Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 2017.
Creating a Cellular Environment for Neuroregeneration; Nov. 11, 2016. Report.
Replacement of Retinal Ganglion Cells by Endogenous Sources. May 1, 2016. Summary and report.
Reconnecting Neurons in the Visual System. Oct. 16, 2015. Report.
Photoreceptor Regeneration and Integration. May 2, 2015. Report.
Regenerating the Optic Nerve. Nov. 19, 2014. Report.
AGI Town Hall, “Bringing regenerative medicine therapies to the clinic.” ARVO annual meeting, May 1, 2018, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Ballroom A, Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu. Agenda.
AGI Town Hall, “Advancing Cellular Therapies to the Clinic.” ARVO annual meeting, May 7, 2017. Baltimore Convention Center.
AGI Town Hall, “Regenerative Medicine Targets—Ocular Diseases and Disease States.” ARVO annual meeting, May 1, 2016. Washington State Convention Center, Seattle. Summary and archived video.
AGI Town Hall, “Regenerate and Reconnect: The Road Ahead for an Audacious Goal.” ARVO annual meeting, May 3, 2015.Colorado Convention Center, Denver.
Seminar Series in Neuroregeneration
Michael Dyer. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. “Cellular Pliancy in Retinal Development and Disease.” Dec. 13, 2018.
Jeffrey Goldberg. Stanford University. “Optic Nerve Regeneration: Uncovering Molecular Pathways.” September 25, 2018.
David Gamm. University of Wisconsin. “Production, characterization, and application of stem cell-derived photoreceptors.” June 6, 2017.
Andrew Huberman. Stanford University. “Visual restoration: bridges and gaps to curing blindness in humans.” January 24, 2017.
Carla Shatz. Stanford University. “Saving the Synapse: Developmental Critical Periods and Amblyopia.” October 25, 2016. Video.
John Flanagan. Harvard University. “Molecular Cues for Axon Guidance and Regeneration.” April 6, 2016. Summary and video.
Dennis Clegg. University of California Santa Barbara. “Vision for the Future: Cell Therapy for Ocular Disease.” Feb. 11, 2016, Summary and video.
Joshua Sanes. Harvard University. “Assembly of Feature-Detecting Circuits in the Retina.” Nov. 2, 2015. Summary and video.