Monthly Archives: October 2015

New in the lab: Alvaro Sanchez-Lozano



We welcome Alvaro Sanchez-Lozano, who joins VioBio Lab as a Business Developer. A graduate in Business Administration from Instituto de Empresa, with international and business experience, Alvaro will help in bring VioBio technology to commercialization, in the context of an ERC Proof of Concept Grant

US Secretary of State John Kerry learns about Quicksee technology during visit to Madrid



John Kerry had the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurial projects during his visit to Madrid last Monday. Our colleague Eduardo Lage (in picture) demonstrated  the Quicksee wavefront aberrometer – based autorefractometer, a CSIC-MIT co-owned technology, launched in the Madrid M+Vision Consortium and commercialized by spin – off Plenoptika.

New in the lab: Prof. Sally McFadden, Sabbatical Visiting Professor


Prof. Sally McFadden joins VioBio Lab for next months on a sabbatical stay.  Prof. McFadden is the Head of the Visual Sciences Group at the University of Newcastle in Australia. BSc in Mathematics and Neurophysiology, PhD in Vision Sciences from the Australian National University, Postdocotral Fellow at the University of Paris, and Visting Professor at the University of Alabama, and City University of New York, she is internationally recognized for her work on experimental myopia.  At VioBio Lab she will be joining studies on quantiative imaging of the crystalline lens  to get insights into into its role in myopia development

New in the lab: Arturo García Vesga



We welcome Arturo Garcia Vesga. Arturo is a Master Student (Erasmus Mundus Master; Molecular nano- and bio-photonics for telecommunications and biotechnologies) at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan (Paris area) and Universidad Complutense (Madrid),  with interests and experience in optics and perception. He will be spending 2 months in Viobio Lab funded by CSIC JAE-Intro fellowship.

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