Careers and Training

2004 NEI Bench-to-Bedside Seminar Series

Every 2nd Friday of each month
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Building 50, Conference Room

(Each talk will be approx. 30 minutes with 15 minutes for questions.)

January 9 “Global View of Vision” and “Cortical Computations Underlying Stereo Vision” Jenny Read, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions February 13 “Clinical &Experimental Uveitis: Pathology” Chi-Chao Chan, M.D.
“Ocular Inflammatory Disease: from bench to bedside” Robert Nussenblatt, M. D.
Discussion and Questions March 12 “Drug Delivery Implants for Eye Diseases” Michael Robinson, M.D.
“The Importance of the Choroid in Clinical and Animal Models of Choroidal Neovascularization” Karl Csaky, M.D.
Discussion and Questions April 9 “Animal Models of Retinal Autoimmunity and Inflammation” Rachel Caspi, Ph.D.
“Ocular Disease in Women with Premature Ovarian Failure” Janine Smith M.D.
Discussion and Questions May 7 “Gene Discovery and Functional Genomics in the Eye” Graeme Wistow Ph.D.
“Clinical Applications of Proteomics” Donita Garland, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions June 11 “Ocular Lymphoma” Ronald Buggage, M.D.
“Ocular Pathophysiology: abnormal fluid accumulation in and around the subretinal space” Subrata Tripathi, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions July 9 “Diabetic Retinopathy” Emily Chew, M. D.
“The Role of PEDF Interactions in Neurotrophic and Antiangiogenic Activities” Patricia Becerra, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions October 8 “Corneal Crystallins: Fact or Fiction?” Joram Piatigorsky, Ph. D.
“High Resolution Fluorescence: Applications and Interactions” Robert Fariss, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions November 12 “Regulation of Corneal Epithelial Wound Healing by Cdk5” Peggy Zelenka, Ph. D.
“Rodent Models as a Tool for Glaucoma Studies” Stainslav Tomarev, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions December 10 “Retinoids and the Retinal Pigment Epithelium” Barbara Wiggert, Ph. D.
“RPE65: Retinal Dystrophy and Rescue” Michael Redmond, Ph. D.
Discussion and Questions