Institute for Ophthalmic Research

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We congratulate Dr. Merve Sen for receiving this year's DOG Retina Award at DOG 2022 in Berlin for her research on retinal neuroprotection by...

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The pupil size of the eyes is not only affected by light, but also by a person's inner state of the brain. An international research team consisting...

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On October 8, the University Hospital invites you to the Tübingen Department of Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine to the Day of the Senses 2022.

 

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PhD student Pietro De Angeli explains his work in a short video. He aims at developing a cure for inherited retinal diseases such as Stargardt Disease...

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Professor Philipp Berens from the Institute for Ophthalmic Research at the University Hospital and the University of Tübingen has been awarded a...

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Blue Cone Monochromacy (BCM) is an ultrarare retinal disorder which is characterized by low vision, color vision deficiency and photoaversion from...

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New Horizons in Ophthalmology Meeting: June 27th-29th, 2022

University of Tübingen, ETN-Grand Lecture Hall

Elfriede-Aulhorn-Street 5-7 | DE-72076...

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The documentary “Hoffnung fürs Augenlicht - Neue Therapien, neue Chancen?” was broadcast on May 4 on SWR and SR and is now available in the ARD...

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Usher syndrome is characterized by hereditary hearing loss and subsequent blindness. Different forms of Usher syndrome are caused by different...

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Tübingen vision scientist joins Europe's top young researcher network

Katrin Franke, research group leader at the Werner Reichardt Centre for...

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