Friday, December 8th 2017, 11:45am to 2:00pm
DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
Join fellow vision researchers from diverse contexts for this fall semester research-focused gathering. Invite your lab associates, trainees, and colleagues.
“MERI-at-a-Glance” is a program of eight short research presentations (10 minutes each) sharing vision-related findings and interests. Learn more about the breadth of vision research conducted by MERI members at UW-Madison and other campuses, with time to network and make new connections.
Please RSVP by December 6th to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure a pizza lunch!
Short research presentations include:
- Bikash Pattnaik, PhD (Pediatrics), A path for a precision medicine cure for blindness
- Theresa Kelley, PhD (English), Color, Lights, Bodies
- Stuart Tompson, PhD (Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences), Under Pressure: The genetics of primary congenital glaucoma
- Leigh Ann Mrotek, PhD (Biomedical Engineering, Marquette University), Impact of visual feedback on an arm stabilization task over the lifespan
- Xin Huang, PhD (Neuroscience), How cortical neurons represent multiple visual stimuli
- Christine Sorenson, PhD (Pediatrics), Regulators of cell death (Bcl-2 family) and ocular vascular homeostasis
- Yijun Huang, PhD (EyeKor, Inc.), Technological requirements for modern ophthalmic clinical trials
- Karen Schloss, PhD (Psychology; Wisconsin Institute for Discovery), Color inference and visual communication