Oxyopia Vision Science Seminars

Oxyopia, the Greek word meaning "acute vision," is the title of the weekly vision science seminars presented at the Indiana University School of Optometry in conjunction with graduate course V765. The seminars serve a twofold purpose in that they:

  1. stimulate intellectual activity among the faculty, and
  2. provide a learning environment for graduate students.

Oxyopia presenters are IU School of Optometry faculty members and graduate students as well as visiting lecturers from other departments, universities, research facilities, private practices, industry, etc.

All seminars are held on Friday from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. in Room 111 of the Optometry Building on the IU Bloomington campus unless otherwise stated.


9/1/2017

Joseph Bonanno, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University

Corneal Endothelial Dystrophy in the Slc4a11 Knock Out Mouse

9/8/2017

Shirin Hassan, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University

Is Seeing Believing? Can Visually Impaired Pedestrians Cross Streets Safely?

9/15/2017

Zhong-Lin Lu, PhD
The Ohio State University

Quick CSF: Detecting Hidden Vision Loss

9/29/2017

Robert Marc, PhD
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Utah
Borish Scholar

POSTPONED

10/20/2017

Richard Rosen, MD
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary

OCT Angiography – New Opportunities for Quantitative Retinal Vascular Imaging

10/27/2017 Guoqiang Li, PhD
The Ohio State University
Adaptive optical elements for vision care and biomedical imaging
11/3/2017 TBA TBA
11/10/2017 Chen Yu, PhD
Psychology and Brain Sciences, Indiana University

What head-mounted eye tracking reveals about infants' active visual exploration

11/17/2017 Franco Pestilli, PhD
Psychology and Brain Sciences, Indiana University

The visual white matter, matters.

11/24/2017 No Oxyopia (Thanksgiving)
12/1/2017 Deborah Ferrington, PhD
University of Minnesota
Borish Scholar
TBA
12/8/2017 S.P. Srinivas, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
FECD - The other side of the coin!
12/15/2017 No Oxyopia (Finals)
12/22/2018 - 1/12/2018 No Oxyopia (Semester Break)
1/19/2018 Chia-Yang Liu, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
1/26/2018 Patrice Tankam, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
2/2/2018 Bill Swanson, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
A new approach to developing normative reference values for RNFL imaging
2/9/2018 Furu Zhang,
Edmund Arthur,
Kaitlyn Sapoznik,
Waad Albalawi

Students, Optometry, Indiana University

Student Presentations

2/16/2018 Deborah Antwi,
Raymond Warner,
Hin Cheung,
Hatem Alsashmadi

Students, Optometry, Indiana University

Student Presentations

11/18/2016 Mallika Valapala, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University

Induction of Lysosomal Function for the Treatment of Age-related Macular Degeneration

2/23/2018 Borish Symposium TBA
3/2/2018 David Huang, MD, PhD
Oregon Health Sciences University
Borish Scholar
TBA
3/9/2018 Mallika Valapala, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
3/23/2018 Ann Elsner, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
3/30/2018 Kazuhiro Kurokawa, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
4/6/2018 Viswa Ramasubramanian, PhD
Optometry, Indiana University
TBA
4/13/2018 Sonisha Neupane,
Ayoub Lassoued,
Essam Almutleb

Students, Optometry, Indiana University

Student Presentations

4/20/2018 Moonjung Choi,
Ye-Chiao,
Colin Downey,
TBA

Students, Optometry, Indiana University

Student Presentations

4/27/2018 No Oxyopia (pre ARVO - Honolulu)  
5/4/2018 No Oxyopia (Graduation - post ARVO)