Monthly Archives: April 2019

VioBio Lab at ARVO 2019 (Vancouver, Canada)

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You can now check VioBio Lab contributions to ARVO 2019 Annual Meeting on adaptive optics, visual simulation, crystalline lens morphology, corneal biomechanics, accommodating IOLs and cross-linking, and include them in your ARVO itinerary.

Sunday April 28

08:00-09:45. Poster Session. James Germann. Depth-resolved collagen order after in vivo rabbit corneal cross-linking

13:00-14:45. Poster Session:
Susana Marcos “Crystalline lens Gradient Index Profile in the guinea pig myopia model”
Sara Aissati “Testing the effect of ocular aberrations on perceived Transverse Chromatic Aberration”
Shrilekha Vedhkrishnan “Adaptive-optics vision simulation of multifocal lenses for myopia progression”

Monday April 29

11:15-13:00. Poster Session. Geethika Muralidharan “Crystalline lens accommodation through multifocal corrections”

Tuesday April 30

8.45-10:30. Poster Session. Andres de la Hoz. “Photobonded silk-fibroin films for corneal dressing”.

11:45-13:30. Poster Session:
Eduardo Martinez-Enriquez “Eigenlenses: an eigenvectors-based model for full crystalline lens shape description”
Clara Benedi-Garcia “Perceived best focus and visual performance upon induction of astigmatism in presbyopes”

Wednesday May 1

8:30-8:45. Paper Session. Victor Rodriguez-Lopez “Direct subjective refraction with temporal defocus waves”

Thursday May 2

10:15-12:00. Poster Session. Judith Birkenfeld “Assessment of asymmetries in biomechanical properties from corneal deformation imaging”

10:15-10:30. Paper Session. Alberto de Castro “Intra-Ocular Lens Power Calculation using 3D OCT-based Personalized Computer Eye Models”

10:45-11:00. Paper Session. Carlos Dorronsoro “Perceptual and physical limits to temporal multiplexing simulation of multifocal corrections”

11:30-11:45. Paper Session. Maria Vinas “Optical and visual quality with physical and visually simulated presbyopic multifocal contact lenses”

11:45-12:00. Paper Session. Xoana Barcala “Perceptual differences across binocular corrections for presbyopia”

For more information check the ARVO online planner.

Prof. Susana Marcos awarded Ramon y Cajal Medal by the Royal Academy of Sciences

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The Royal Academy of Sciences, gathered in extraordinary plenary session on March 27, agreed to award the Ramón y Cajal Medal 2019, which rewards the trajectory of Spanish scientists under 50, to Prof. Susana Marcos. 

The jury of the award pointed that Prof. Marcos “has maintained an outstanding scientific career at an international level, with a fully multidisciplinary research program, using concepts of physics, optics, biology, biomechanics, ophthalmology and neuroscience to understand the basic mechanisms of human vision, develop diagnostic tools in ophthalmology and to invent new optical solutions for the correction of the most common vision problems. His work, highly productive both in the academic field and in technology transfer, has a high impact on basic science, the clinic and the ophthalmic industry”.

More information: Real Academia de Ciencias

 

New in the Lab: Elena Campillo

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We welcome Elena Campillo (BSc in Physics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid) who joined Viobio lab with a Predoctoral Fellowship of YEI Program funded by Comunidad de Madrid. She performed her degree practises at IMDEA Nanoscience working at Hypertermia (cancer research with nanoparticles) continuing her final Bachelor Thesis at Instituto de Magnetismo Aplicado.

Elena holds a MSc in Biomedical Technologies Management and Development from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. She did her master thesis at Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT).

She will work on Perception and Psychophysics using optotunable lenses.

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