Students enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Training in Vision Science (ITVS) Pathway will present their research and compete for the inaugural Winston Fellow Award in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
- Jacob Amme, Hengen Lab (WashU Biology), “Temperature-dependent learning and metabolic asymmetry shape hunting outcomes”
- Evelyn Craigen, Clark Lab (WashU DOVS), “Right place, right time: Temporal regulation of retinal cell fate”
- Jade Enright, Clark Lab (WashU DOVS), “Long non-coding RNAs regulate retinal development”
- Sean McCracken, Williams Lab (WashU DOVS), “Diversity in homeostatic calcium set points predicts retinal ganglion cell survival following optic nerve injury in vivo”
- Chas Pfeifer, Apte Lab (WashU DOVS), “Targeting CD200-CD200R signaling axis to modulate microglia-driven diabetic retinopathy”
Presentations will begin at 4pm, with a reception to follow at 5:15 during which the winner will be announced.
To attend virtually, please contact Jenna Krizan (email@example.com).