PI, Bryan William Jones delivered a talk today at the University of Michigan’s Kellogg Eye Center on Retinal Remodeling in RP and AMD. The talk summarized the plasticity in retina that occurs as a result of photoreceptor stress and deafferentation.
PI, Bryan Jones delivered a talk today at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Visualizing the Metabolome. This talk summarized some of our work a while ago on metabolomics and early data in oncology. It’ll be fun to see if we can get this work going again as there is so much room in oncology for metabolomic approaches.
PI, Bryan William Jones delivered a seminar at the Microscopy and Microanalysis 2021 meeting today on Tools and Approaches for Assembly, Review, and Analysis of Large-Scale Electron Microscopy.
Postdoctoral fellow, Crystal Sigulinsky delivered a talk today at the Retinal Circuits Symposium on Classical mixed synapses and other electrical plus chemical synapse topologies in the mammalian retina.
PI, Bryan William Jones gave a talk yesterday to the NSF NeuroNex working group on Synapses, Gap junctions, Adherens, and Tight Junctions and their role in connectomics.
Will post the video of that talk here, if and when it becomes available.
PI, Bryan William Jones gave a talk at ARVO yesterday, in a special session on retinal degeneration and plasticity, unfortunately virtually, but it is the right thing to do in a pandemic. That makes effectively two years in a row where we have not traveled to see colleagues at our vision meetings. That said, the meetings are still productive.