Retina and Posterior Segment axis
The retina covers the back of the eye. It contains receptor cells (rods and cones) that convert light energy into nerve signals that are then sent to the brain via the optic nerve.
The research in this axis is focused on the study of disorders that lead to retinal degeneration and dysfunction. The following pages present the research topics, recent discoveries and the list of members of the Retina and Posterior Segment axis.
To consult the axis publications, click here. Have a good reading!
Director: Adriana Di Polo, PhD
Assistant Director: Arjun Krishnaswamy, PhD
Next Axis Meeting
Date: To come
Location : To come
2020-09-21: Free access – Special Issue « The Retina in Health and Disease » in CELLS
Dr Maurice Ptito (École d’optométrie, Université de Montréal), Guest Editor of this special issue, invites you to consult this edition, including 29 amazing publications. Dr Joseph Bouskila is also the guest editor for this special edition.
Click here to consult this special edition. Some of theses articles were written by Network members (researchers or students).
Following this great success, Dr Ptito invites you again to contribute to a new Topical Collection ‘The Retina in Health and Disease« .