Slawomir Andrzejewski had great success in April with international publication of his first manuscript in the prestigious journal "Gene Therapy", published by Nature. His research, which was all performed at the Layton Vision Foundation in Brisbane, describes progress towards permanent…
Two Layton Vision Foundation Scholars awarded for their work at the EVER conference in Nice, France.
After an astounding seven presentations at the annual European Association for Vision and Eye Research (EVER) conference in Nice, 2017, two of our scholars, Aparna Murali and Dr Sean Jenkins, received awards for their work from the Association.
The European Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology has awarded Gabriela de Moraes, a scholar working in the Ophthalmology Research Unit, a prestigious prize for best presentation at their annual meeting in a field of 596, and she received a cash award of 500 euros for her work on mechanisms of macular blindness.
Sean is a postdoctorate clinical researcher in the Ophthalmology Research Unit working under A/Professor Layton’s supervision. He trained in scientific approaches to medical problems in Canada and Australia, completing a science degree with honours at the University of Toronto, a Masters of Health Economics at the University of Queensland and a Masters of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney.