Read more about the School of Health Sciences Research Colloquium and graduations.
School of Health Sciences Research Colloquium
Well done to all of our Masters and PhD students for a range of excellent oral and poster presentations detailing the latest progress in their projects, at the School of Health Sciences Research Colloquium.
Congratulations to Sena Gocuk (Current optometric practices relating to age-related macular degeneration (AMD)), Bing Dai (Motion perception in infantile nystagmus) and Anna van Koeverden (Quantifying interaction between retinal ganglion cells and microglia) for winning people choice awards.
A diverse program was presented on the day, brilliantly organised entirely by students across Optometry, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Audiology and Speech pathology and Social Work.
Pictured: Kirthana Senthil, Joe Wang, Anna Drayton and Jonathan Lay.
Congratulations to Dr Darren Zhao, on his PhD completion and on his publication showing that it is possible to reverse ganglion cell dysfunction if intraocular pressure lowering is initiated early enough. Well done to his supervisors Christine Nguyen, Algis Vingrys and Bang Bui and collaborators Vickie Wong, Andrew Jobling and Erica Fletcher.
Additional congratulations to Masters degree students Kirthana Senthil, Joe Wang, Anna Drayton and Jonathan Lay.