Student achievements from the Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences: 2018 Research Colloquium and recent PhD completions.
2018 Research Colloquium
Thank you to students and staff of MDHS's Melbourne School of Health Sciences for organising an outstanding 2018 Research Colloquium which took place on Thursday November 1st, 2018.
Our masters and PhD student did an excellent job presenting their research studies. Particular highlights were Pei Ying Lee (why older ganglion cells are more sensitive to high pressure), Summer Singh (how well do optometrist understand blue light damage) and Juan Sepulveda (why motion perception declines in ageing) who won awards for their oral presentations. Well done to all!
PhD students: Pei Ying Lee, Summer Singh and Juan Sepulveda.
Recent PhD Completions
It is with great pleasure to announce that Optometry & Vision Sciences GR candidate Alexandra Jaworski has had her thesis titled `A structural and functional profile of high myopia as a function of eye size’ passed by examiners and fulfilling the requirements to be awarded a PhD degree.
Congratulations to Jeremiah Lim has his thesis titled ` Characterising the ocular phenotype in a murine model of Alzheimer’s Disease’ passed by examiners fulfilling the requirements to be awarded a PhD degree.
Congratulations to Yamni Mohan on completing her PhD titled “Origins of feature selectivity in the visual system of two mammalian species”. This PhD was supervised by Prof. Trichur Vidyasagar and Dr. Ekaterina Levichkina.