Last month, three members of our lab attended the ARVO (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology) annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, United States. ARVO is the largest international eye and vision research conference, attracting thousands of attendees each year. Our PhD student Nikki Rubinstein presented a poster: “Speeding up visual field tests by incorporating spatial models”. Details of her work can be found at the following link: http://www.arvo.org/webs/am2015/abstract/160.pdf
(We have posted the abstracts separately at the end of this post if you want to avoid searching yourself on the official webpage)
Assoc Prof Andrew Turpin presented a poster: “Customizing Macular Structure-Function Maps for Individuals” (http://www.arvo.org/webs/am2015/abstract/140.pdf) and our lab head Assoc Prof Allison McKendrick presented a talk: “Structure-function mapping for individuals – why individuals not populations are needed to determine the utility of customising structure-function mapping” (http://www.arvo.org/webs/am2015/abstract/267.pdf).
The three abstracts: