Monthly Archives: March 2014
ARVO 2014 Program is already out. Plan to include VioBio_Lab contributions to your itinerary. Download VioBio Lab Itinerary and Abstract book: 1 invited presentation, 2 papers and 8 posters.
Members of the Visual Optics and Biophotonics Lab and IOSA Student Chapter participate in CSIC sponsored program CiudadCiencia with an exciting workshop: “Discovering Light” in Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain), next March 28-29 2014. Another workshop will follow in shortly in Menorca (Balearic Islands, Spain).
More information Ciudad Ciencia Program:
More information IOSA Student Chapter:
Madrid-MIT M+Vision Consortium announces 2014 Fellowships in Translational Biomedical Imaging.
A cohort of ten Fellows, exceptional talent from all over the world—engineers, physicians, scientists, and entrepreneurs who see the promise of biomedical imaging—will engage in structured learning experiences in Madrid and Boston and develop a research direction.
The 2014 Fellowship is aimed to individuals with deep expertise in their fields, a strong desire to collaborate in an international, multidisciplinary community, and who set their sights on significant healthcare innovation impact, those talented early stage professionals who want a transformative experience, working with other Fellows, to define and develop a research agenda.
After this initial development period, Fellows will conduct research projects—two years or more in duration—with the potential for global effect, using their Consortium network of academic, medical, industry and public leaders as mentors and springboards.
The Institute of Optics-CSIC (Madrid), as a member of the Madrid-MIT M+Vision Consortium, encourages postdoctoral applications in the fields of Optical Ocular Imaging within the frame of this program.
Application deadline: April 30th 2014.
Starting date: September 2th 2014.
More information on the Fellowship program: http://mvisionconsortium.mit.edu/fellowship
Begin your application: https://app.hobsons.co.uk/?id=madrid-mit
Susana Marcos has been honored by the Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) as a Silver ARVO Fellow. The title of ARVO fellow is an honor established to recognize current ARVO members for their individual accomplishments, leadership and contributions to the association, the world’s leading eye and vision research organization with over 14.000 members. A total of 50 ARVO members will be inducted at the ARVO Annual Meeting in Orlando in May.
ARVO Communication: LINK
CSIC Press Release (in Spanish): LINK