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Research in Progress Seminars

The Research in Progress Seminars take place quarterly and provide a forum for discussing research at an early stage with a multi-disciplinary audience.

If you would like further information on upcoming seminars, please contact uvrgadmin [at] ucl.ac.uk

Upcoming seminars:
Tuesday 1 October 2013
Details to be confirmed


Tuesday 10 December 2013
Details to be confirmed


Recent research in progress seminars:
Tuesday 11 June 2013

Clare Gilbert, Professor of International Eye Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Title: "Retinopathy of prematurity: public health problem, programmes and policy".

Tuesday 5 March 2013

Mr Joe Bathelt, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit and Developmental Vision Service (GOSH)/Neuroscience Unit, UCL, Institute of Child Health.

"The visual, neural and behavioural correlates of longer-term outcome in children with visual impairment"

13 November 2012, 1- 2pm Location: tba

Ms Michelle O'Reilly and Naomi Dale presenting: 'Brain, Cognitive and Behaviour Relationships in Optic Nerve Hypoplasia'

19 June 2012, 1-2pm Levinsky Room, Institute of Child Health

Ms Say Soriano, Chris Clark, Alki Liasis presenting: ‘MRI Tractography and VEP of the visual pathway in children’

7 February 2012, 1-2pm Room B, The Wolfson Centre

Lola Solebo 'National Study of Primary Intraocular Lens Implantation in children ≤2 years old with congenital and infantile cataract'

Dr Dan Kelberman and Dr Lily Islam (ICH/GOSH)

‘Investigating genetic causes of childhood blindness to support clinical diagnosis and management’

November 2011

Dr Marko Nardini (IO)

‘Evaluation of visual function in young patients in a trial of gene replacement therapy for inherited retinal disease and development of new early vision tests'

September 2011

Mr Richard Bowman and Dr Alki Liasis (GOSH)

New programme of clinical research on cerebral visual impairment

June 2011

Ms Bronwen Walters (GOSH) and Mrs Phillippa Cumberland (ICH)

'Study of Optimal Perimetric Testing in Children - OPTIC'

February 2011

Dr Valerie Tadic (ICH)

‘Development of a novel self-report vision-related quality of life instrument for children and young people with visual impairment’

September 2010

Dr Naomi Dale (GOSH) and Dr Alison Salt (GOSH and MEH)

‘Vision related neuro-disability and optimizing outcome in young children with severe visual impairment’

April 2010

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