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AOIP Young Investigator Seminar Series

AOIP Young Investigator Seminar Series

A critical aspect of training is to be exposed to science outside of your institution. While most seminar series focus on inviting established professors to come speak, this trainee-focused initiative is designed to provide our vision science trainees exposure to individuals from other institutions at similar career stages. Not only is the exposure to excellent and diverse science an important component of training, but the opportunity to develop networking skills and build a larger peer group is beneficial in today’s increasingly collaborative landscape.

 

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Seminars and Round Tables

Throughout the year, the AOIP will hold multiple Young Investigator Seminars which include a presentation with a Q & A session and a roundtable discussion. Seminars are open to the entire MCW Vision Science community, the roundtables are for vision science trainees only. See below for upcoming events.

2020-2021

  • January 11, 2021

    10:00 am–12:00 pm

    AOIP Young Investigator Seminar Series - “The Unusual Suspects: Non-Coding Variants and Inherited Retinal Disease” presented by Laura Whelan

    Virtual

    Seminar with Q&A (open to entire MCW Vision Science community).

  • April 9, 2021

    1:00 pm–3:00 pm

    AOIP Young Investigator Seminar Series - “Imaging Single-Cell Dynamics in the Living Retina from Milliseconds to Months: Vascular and Immune Cells” presented by Aby Joseph

    Virtual

    Seminar with Q&A (open to entire MCW Vision Science community).

Past Young Investigator Seminar Series Speakers

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2020-2021

January 12, 2021
Laura Whelan
Graduate Student, Trinity College Dublin
“The Unusual Suspects: Non-Coding Variants and Inherited Retinal Disease”

December 11, 2020
Sara Patterson, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Rochester
“Structure and Function of S-cone Circuits in the Primate Retina”