Monthly Archives: April 2018

VioBio Lab at ARVO 2018, Honolulu (Hawaii)

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You can now check VioBio Lab contributions to ARVO 2018 on adaptive optics, visual simulation, crystalline lens morphology and corneal biomechanics, and include them in your ARVO Itinerary.

Sunday, April 29:

Poster Session. 8:15-10:00 am. Eduardo Martínez-Enriquez “Full shape crystalline lens geometrical changes with age from 3-D OCT images in vivo and ex vivo”

Poster Session. 8:15-10:00 am. María Viñas “Comparison of multifocal visual simulations in patients before and after implantation of diffractive trifocal lenses”

Poster Session. 13:00-14:45 pm. Susana Marcos “Visual benefit of correcting High Order Aberrations in blue or green light: an optical effect?”

Monday, April  30:

Poster Session. 8:15-10:00 am. Judith Birkenfeld “Assessment of ocular mechanical resonances using phase-sensitive OCT and frequency-domain air puff stimulation”

Tuesday, May 1:

Paper Session. 11:15 am Lens optics and IOLs. Moderator: Susana Marcos

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VioBio Lab participates in Master Courses, Specialization Courses and Lab Visits

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VioBio Lab has hosted more than 60 students this month in labs visits and courses:

  • Visual Optics and Biophotonics Course for the Interuniversity Master in Vision Sciences (Universidad de Valladolid, Universidad de Murcia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Alcalá, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela).
  • Introductory Course of Research in Optics. 23 students from 13 different Spanish universities attended the course this year. 
  • Physics Students (Optics and Photonics) from the University of Salamanca.
  • Erasmus Mundus MONABIPHOT Master in molecular nano- and bio-photonics (Ecole Normale Superieure of Cachan, France; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; University of Wroclaw, Polonia; University Paris Descartes, France).

Susana Marcos TEDx Talk already available online

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Susana Marcos’ lecture at TEDx Saint Louis University can be now viewed online. She describes new technologies (in many cases inspired from astronomy) that have gone all the way from the lab into useful products to improve diagnosis in ophthalmology and quality of vision.

Link to TEDx Talk New Technologies to Improve Vision here.

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