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
Seminar with Q&A (open to entire MCW Vision Science community) “Imaging Single-Cell Dynamics in the Living Retina from Milliseconds to Months: Vascular and Immune Cells” Presented by Aby Joseph Graduate Student, University of Rochester
Trainee Roundtable This section is for vision science trainees only.
Please email Joseph Carroll, PhD, if you would like to be included.
Aby Joseph did his Bachelor of Technology in Engineering Physics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, in 2013. He is currently a PhD candidate in Optics at the University of Rochester, working on high-resolution imaging of the retinal cell dynamics from milliseconds to months using adaptive optics - focusing on vascular and immune cells. He is also currently a research intern at Facebook Reality Labs, working on optics and eye tracking. In his free time, Aby enjoys astrophotography and reading fantasy fiction (LOTR, Hitchhikers and the like).