EU-US event


EU-US meeting on Vision restoration

Stanford, CA – November 2022

On November 18, 2022, our enTRAIN Vision team went to Stanford, California. They were welcomed by Stanford University for a special meeting on Vision restoration, co-organized by the enTRAIN Vision project.

Program – Part 1

9:00 – 10:30:

Lecture: Daniel Palanker, Stanford University. “On resolution limits in subretinal approach to restoration of sight”

Lecture: Richard Kramer, UC Berkeley. “Suppressing functional remodeling of the retina to revive vision in blinding diseases”

Lecture: Serge Picaud, Vision Institute. “Genetic-based technologies for visual restoration”

10:40 – 12:40

Quickfire presentations session 1: Visual Restoration by prosthesis: preclinical validation
Moderator: Serge Picaud, Vision Institute

Quickfire presentations session 2: Visual Restoration by chemical and biological photoswitches: preclinical validation
Moderator: Richard Kramer, UC Berkeley

Quickfire presentations session 3: From natural vision to model for artificial vision
Moderator: Jan Antolik, Charles University

Program – Part 2

13:40 – 17:30

Poster session & Lab visits

Posters list:


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