Ophthalmic investigation continues to grow and thrive in every area of the Department of Ophthalmology, and conferences are one avenue for communicating the latest advancements in vision research. By joining together, faculty, trainees and leading experts worldwide have more opportunities to collaborate and innovate.
5:00-6:00pm, select Thursdays, various locations at Schepens and Mass. Eye and Ear
Through this new lecture series, today’s foremost scientists from around the world will present their current research to the scientific community. This series will include approximately six lectures per year.
12:00-1:00pm, 2nd Floor Conference Room, SERI, 20 Staniford St.
The SERIes Seminar is held weekly at the Schepens Eye Research Institute where Schepens and Mass. Eye and Ear faculty share their latest research advancements and breakthroughs. There is also time allocated for a Q & A session with the local scientific community.
5:30-7:00pm, 2nd Wednesday of each month
This seminar series uncovers current limitations in the treatment of
corneal diseases and the current status of translational research throughout the Department. For each seminar, a clinician-scientist team presents on a different topic. The target audience includes clinical fellows, postdocs, junior faculty, and students.