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Katie Litts, PhD, MCW postdoctoral fellow with the Advanced Ocular Imaging Program, shares her poster, "Imaging of remnant cone structure in outer retinal lesions in macular telangiectasia (MacTel) type 2," with third-year resident Ryan Vogel, MD, (center) and Dennis P. Han, MD, Jack A. & Elaine Klieger professor of ophthalmology.Research Day 2017 photos courtesy Andy Manis and the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
Pictured at the NOAH mini-conference held at MCW on August 1, 2015: Joseph Carroll, PhD, Tom Connor, MD, Shari Parker, MD, Murray Brilliant, PhD, Brian Brooks, MD, PhD, C. Gail Summers, MD, and Michael McGowan.
Joseph Carroll, PhD, Shannon Boye, PhD, University of Florida, and Mark Pennesi, PhD, Casey Eye Institute, attend RD2014, the XVIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration held in Asilomar, California.
Edward Randerson, M2 summer research fellow, presented his poster,In VivoAOSLO Imaging of Retinal Detachment Associated Pathology, at the annual Medical Student Research Day Poster Session at MCW. His presentation placed among the top 10 candidate posters for which he received a $500 prize. Pictured with the other winners, Edward is located in the back row, 2nd from the right.
Ben Sajdak (right) shares his poster, "Retinal remodeling throughout hibernation in the 13-lined ground squirrel," with Ryan Vogel, MD, a former MCW ophthalmology resident. Research Day photos courtesy Andy Manis and the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
Celebrating a productive trip across the pond at The Dirty Onion and YardBird. Pictured from left to right, Jenna Cava, Joe Carroll, Emily Patterson and Ben Sajdak, attending #RD2018 #ISER2018 in Ireland.
Three generations of vision scientists. Joseph Carroll, PhD, Gerald Jacobs, PhD, and Jay Neitz, PhD are pictured together as Dr. Jacobs accepts the OSA Edgar D. Tillyer Award at the 2012 OSA Vision Meeting in Rochester, NY.
Wisconsin’s future ophthalmologists and vision scientists gathered at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on June 16 to share highlights from their studies over the past year for Ophthalmology Research Day.Research Day 2017 photos courtesy Andy Manis and the University of Wisconsin Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
Emily Patterson, PhD, AOIP Postdoctoral Fellow, pictured 8th from the left in the back row among the 2018 ISER travel award recipients at the annual meeting in Belfast, Ireland. Pictured 6th from left in the back, AOIP collaborator Angelos A. Kalitzeos, PhD, from UCL.@ International Society for Eye Research (ISER) used with permission.
The Eye Institute's physicians, scientists, students, staff and family members participated in the 2014 Foundation Fighting Blindness Vision Walk on Milwaukee's lakefront. The "Count Maculas" were the largest group at the walk for the 2nd year in a row.
The only time Alfredo Dubra and Joseph Carroll do anything sub-par, golfing during the Medical College of Wisconsin's annual Alumni Scholarship Golf Classic. Funds raised in this event help support scholarships for medical students at the college. -August 26, 2013
The Dining in the Dark menu is revealed after each course during Vision Forward Association's annual fundraising event. Diane Bishop, PhD, and Vesper Williams, CCRC, represented the AOIP at this unique event.
Brandon Lujan, MD, and Joseph Carroll, PhD, were still smiling after completing the Milwaukee Brewers 10k road race on 9.26.2015. Dr Lujan visited Milwaukee to deliver a Vision Science Distinguished Lecture Series lecture.