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Mar

02

Friday

From Microscopy to Ophthalmoscopy - new ideas for imaging the retina

3.00pm

Seminars

Public, Staff, Students

Speaker: Given by Steve Gruppetta

The past couple of decades have seen the rise of techniques such as the SLO and OCT that have drastically improved the ability to observe the living retina and assess structural damage linked to eye or systemic diseases. Although their imaging power is remarkable, especially when compared to previously available retinal imaging techniques, there is still more to see that we cannot yet observe.

This seminar will look at some new techniques we are exploring for retinal imaging and retinal image analysis, including Structured Illumination Ophthalmoscopy, phase imaging techniques, and computational retinal models.

Location: Room C244 Tait Building

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3.00pm - 4.00pmFriday 2nd March 2012

Tait Building City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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Sabrina Neeranjohn

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