Members of the SUNY Eye Institute (SEI) have the opportunity to view seminars that are web cast from the member institutions to all of the SEI members.  Notice of the seminars is sent to members via the SEI ListServe.  If an SEI member is unable to view the web cast live, that member can login using their SEI member credentials to view the archived talks through the members' only portion of the SEI web site.

 

Below is an alphabetic list of some of the speakers and their presentations that have been web cast to the SEI membership.

 

Sylvain Chemtob, MD, PhD, RCCPC, FCAHS - Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Ophthalmology and Pharmacology, University of Montreal

"Neurons and retinal angiogenesis: unconventional actions of GPCRs at the nucleus" (3/22/12)

 

Abe Clark, PhD, FARVO – Professor of Cell Biology, Director of North Texas Eye Research Institute, University of North Texas Health Science Center

"Discovery of glaucoma pathogenic pathways" (6/28/12)

 

Patricia D'Amore, PhD, MBA - Senior Scientist and Co-Director of Research, Schepens Eye Research Institute Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Professor of Ophthalmology and Pathology, Vice-Chair of Research, Department of Ophthalmology Harvard Medical School

"Role and regulation of VEGF in the adult: implications for anti-VEGF therapies" (10/11/12)

 

Claude Desplan, PhD – Director, Center for Developmental Genetics, New York University

"Processing of color information in drosophila" (10/19/12)

 

Craig Evinger, PhD - Professor Neurobiolology & Behavior and Ophthalmology, Stony Brook University

"Trying to raise the window shades: benign essential blepharospasm" (2/24/11)

 

David M. Gamm, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor, Retina Research Foundation/Kathryn and Latimer Murfee Chair, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Waisman Center Stem Cell Research Institute

"Modeling retinal disorders with human iPS cells" (2/2/12)

 

Marion K. Gordon, PhD - Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Rutgers University

 "Looking at corneal integrity and wound healing from the vantage point of the extracellular matrix" (3/24/11)

 

Willi Halfter, PhD - Associate Professor , Neurobiology, University of Pittsburgh

"Age and diabetes-related changes of ocular basement membranes" (8/25/11)

 

John R. Heckenlively, MD - Paul R. Lichter Professor of Ophthalmic Genetics, University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center

"The many faces of autoimmune retinopathy"(10/27/11)

 

P. Michael Iuvone, PhD - Sylvia Montag Ferst and Frank W. Ferst Professor of Ophthalmology and Director of Research Emory University

"Keeping time in the retina: circadian organization and visual function" – (4/25/12)

 

Simon W. M. John, PhD - Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Senior Staff Scientist, The Jackson Laboratory, Research Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology, Tufts University School of Medicine

"Mechanistic insights to glaucoma provided by experimental mouse genetics"  (12/1/11)

 

Prakash Kara, PhD - Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Ophthalmology, Medical University of South Carolina, Clemson Bioengineering "Synaptic, Spiking and Vascular Cortical Maps of Sensory Stimulus" (1/19/17)

 

Janet R. Sparrow, PhD - Anthony Donn Professor of Ophthalmic Science, Columbia University Medical Center

"Bisretinoids of retina: fundus autofluorescence and macular degeneration" (9/22/11)

 

Ching-Hwa Sung, PhD - Professor of Cell Biology in Ophthalmology and Cell and Developmental Biology, Weill Cornell Medical College

"Retinal microenvironment: the cell biology of RP and AMD" (5/26/11)

 

Anand Swaroop, PhD – Chief of the Laboratory of Neurobiology, Neurodengeration and Repair, NIH-NEI

"Genetic studies of age-related macular degeneration: finally some tangible benefits in sight" (5/24/12)

State University of New York Medical Centers & College of Optometry Consortium

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