Videos of Lectures

Two lectures from the 2024 Vision at the Biotech Center event: “How birds, reptiles, and mammals got their eyes” by Professor Richard Dubielzig (Pathobiological Sciences, VetMed) and “Opening the third eye: The fossil record’s story of sensory evolution” by Dr. Kelsey Jenkins (Earth and Planetary Sciences, Yale University)

11th Annual MERI Fall Distinguished Lecture: “What Art Can Tell Us About the Brain” by Professor Margaret S. Livingstone (Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School)

“Understanding the Art of Vision” by Professor Emeritus Sheila Reaves (Department of Life Sciences Communication, UW-Madison)

“Too Creative for Science?” by Prof. Ahna Skop (Genetics; Medical Genetics; Life Science Communication and Art, UW-Madison)

“Stem Cells for Treating Blinding Disorders” by Prof. David Gamm (RRF Emmett A Humble Distinguished Director, McPherson Eye Research Institute / Sandra Lemke Trout Chair in Eye Research / Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Waisman Center, UW-Madison)

“Vision in the Ocean” by Dr. Sarah Zylinski (School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University)

“Comparative Ocular Anatomy: In the Dark and in the Light” by Doris Dubielzig, Divya Sinha, Lori Vogel, Karen Manning and Anna Shen

“Snake eyes and snake vision” by Professor Emeritus Dick Dubielzig (Comparative Ocular Pathology Laboratory, UW-Madison)

“Ocular Angiogenesis: Biology, Pathology, and Translation (The 11th Annual Alice R McPherson Lecture)” by Dr. Patricia D’Amore (Charles L. Schepens Professor of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School / Howe Laboratory Director, Massachusetts Eye and Ear).

“Gene Editing to Treat Blindness” by Professor Krishanu Saha (Biomedical Engineering and Medical History & Bioethics, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, UW-Madison)