Eye Therapy News
The Art of Eyes
Thu, 07 Aug 2014 14:23:19 +0000
The eye is an object of great beauty as shown by the Ophthalmologist in their July/August 2014 issue. This month’s issue features a photo essay called The Art of the Eyes and includes examples of the work from a number research labs capturing the complex and beautiful detail of the eye and its cells. The essay includes images […]Read more...
Tue, 05 Aug 2014 16:02:34 +0000
Dr Yoshiki Sasai (1962 – 2014) It is with great sadness today that we remember and pay tribute to our collaborator Dr Yoshiki Sasai. Yoshiki was a world leading stem cell researcher and Deputy Director of the Riken Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan. Through his hard work and dedication over many years, Yoshiki […]Read more...
International Clinical Trials Day: Our Work in Summary
Tue, 20 May 2014 15:03:41 +0000
Introduction Today, 20 May 2014, is International Clinical Trials Day. This landmark day remembers the pioneering work of James Lind a Scottish naval physician who, in the 1700s, conducted the first controlled clinical study that identified that citrus fruit (containing Vitamin C) was effective in treating scurvy. Each year, a number of organisations mark this […]Read more...
We host regular seminars delivered by leading scientists and clinicians from throughout the world.
The programme of talks aims to reflect our broad interests in translational medicine, to foster discussion and to facilitate an exchange of ideas.
Please note: Lectures and seminars are open to UCL and Moorfields
NHS Trust staff.
Genetics & Molecular therapy seminar series 2011/12
14th November 2012
Prof. Bernd Wissinger
University of Tubingen
The molecular genetic basis of hereditary cone photoreceptor disorders
18th April 2012
University of Cologne
Tailoring adeno-associated viral vectors for gene therapy and tissue engineering
26th March 2012
University of Leicester
New developments in nystagmus
5th March 2012
University of Iowa
Emerging therapies for the brain
8th February 2012
University of Brussels
From pluripotent stem cells to cortical networks
16th November 2011 - Double seminar
New lessons about the neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses (NCL) and prospects for therapy:
Sara Mole , UCL Institute of Child Health
Genetics of NCL, juvenile CLN3 disease, and yeast
Jon Cooper, Kings College London
Pathogenesis of NCL and mice
5th October 2011
MRC Human Genetics Unit
Genetic and genomic resources and mouse models of human disease
21st September 2011 - 4.30pm
Institut de la Vision, Paris
Gene therapy for mitochondrial impairment and the hope of preventing visual function loss in an array of ocular diseases
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