The Glaucoma Research Group includes members of research laboratories engaged in all aspects of glaucoma-related research and clinicians involved in the management and treatment of glaucoma. All members from individual research programs, including technical personnel and graduate students, are welcome to attend the group’s monthly meetings to discuss research and clinical activities of individual groups.
Monthly, first Tuesday, 10 am. Questions? Contact Dr. Nickells.
The Retina Research Group consists of members of basic science laboratories conducting research in all aspects of retina and clinical physician-scientists involved in management, treatment and clinical research of various retinal diseases. During its quarterly meetings, the members discuss research and clinical activities of individual groups. The Retina Research Group is dedicated to multidisciplinary approaches involving the areas of cellular and molecular biology, genetics, epidemiology and clinical trials, as well as structural analysis, pathology, and physiology. Fridays, 8 am. Questions? Contact Bikash Pattnik, PhD, MPhil.
The objective of this initiative is to contribute to the advancement of our knowledge about the diseases of the retina. In addition to promoting critical thinking, the Retina Journal Club, through its facilitation of collegial relationships, helps improve clinical and research practices by building bridges between the two. The regular monthly meetings offer presentations by distinguished faculty members and are open to broad audiences, including UW clinical and research faculty, medical students, residents, and fellows.