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Progress in Ophthalmic Research

The seminar “Progress in Ophthalmic Genetics and Pathophysiology of the Retina” will be replaced by a general “Progress in Ophthalmic Research” seminar (S08SOPH06), starting this winter term.

Since more groups will be involved, some changes are required, as summarized in the following:

  • The seminar will take place every Wednesday from 9:00 – 10:00 in the big lecture hall of HNO, Elfriede-Aulhorn-Str. 5.
  • The seminar primarily targets advanced MSc (only for their final report) and PhD students as well as postdocs. Of course, group leaders and advanced researchers are not strictly excluded, but this seminar is rather meant as an opportunity for early-stage researchers to report, practice talks and get feedback from a broad, friendly crowd.
  • Preferred presentation forms are:

    • final report of a MSc or PhD thesis
      (30 minutes; with the second slot preferentially left open for discussions, feedback etc.)
    • progress report
      (25 minutes; postdocs and advanced PhD students)
    • project presentation
      (25 minutes; preferentially postdocs, advanced researchers and PIs)

Please note:

  1. As long as the necessary distances are kept and mouth-nose masks are worn, you can participate in person in the lecture room. To keep the necessary distances, participants need to have at least two free seats (in a row) between them and only every other row is to be used.
    Alternatively, online participation is possible. To obtain Zoom access data please contact Thomas Euler or Sylvie Julien-Schraermeyer.
    Which option you choose is completely up to the participant!
  2. Because on-site lectures and seminars are currently not permitted, the seminar is held as the institute's weekly research meeting and not as an official seminar of the university.

Instructions for speakers:

  1. Please have the Zoom client already installed on the notebook you will use for your presentation. If you have questions about Zoom, please contact Thomas Euler. If for any reasons you cannot install Zoom on your notebook, please contact us such that we can provide a notebook for the session; in this case, have your talk either in the Cloud or on a USB stick.
  2. Please contact your fellow speaker of the session if it would be possible to share one notebook.

Summer Term 2022

Wednesday 09.00 – 10.00/10.30, Universitätsklinikum Tübingen,

Last update 2022-02-07

May 2022
04.05.2022      
11.05.2022 2.313 - FIA-Besprechungsraum groß tba tba
18.05.2022 2.313 - FIA-Besprechungsraum groß

Bishesh Sigdel, PR, Straßer AG

tba
25.05.2022 2.313 - FIA-Besprechungsraum groß

Lan Wang (PP) and Alexandra Fachinger (Uni Kassel), AG Paquet-Durand

Arianna Tolone, PR, AG Paquet-Durand

June 2022

01.06.2022 2.313 - FIA-Besprechungsraum groß

Angela Armento, PR, AG Ueffing

Alexander Günter, PR, AG Seeliger

08.06.2022 2.313 - FIA-Besprechungsraum groß Sinja Kieninger, FR, AG Wissinger
15.06.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Arne Ohlendorf, PR, AG Wahl

Gustav Christensen, PR, AG Paquet-Durand

22.06.2022 zoom

Niklas Domdei, PR, AG Wahl

Yiyi Chen, PR, AG Paquet-Durand

29.06.2022   New Horizons in Ophthalmology meeting
July 2022
06.07.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Pietro De Angeli, FR, AG Wissinger
13.07.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Maria Solaki, FR, AG Wissinger  
20.07.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Lucia Peiroten, PR, AG Haq/Zrenner

Tobias Leonhard, PR, AG Ueffing

27.07.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Ting Xiao, FR, AG Wissinger
Summer break til 13.09.2022
September 2022
14.09.2022 HNO HS + zoom Ana Almansa Garcia, PR, AG Ueffing Bowen Cao, PR, AG Ueffing
21.09.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Isabel Stehle, PR, AG Ueffing Stefanida Shliaga, FR, AG Wissinger
28.09.2022

HNO HS + zoom

Shiying Zhao, PR, AG Clark/Julien-Schraermeyer Cristina Soldini, PR, AG Haq/Zrenner
October 2022

 

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