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Dr. Adam Dubis: A Researcher With a Vision for Optical Imaging

By Andi M Skilton, on 16 May 2014

Adam-Dubis-People-Behind-the-ScienceThis month our own Dr Adam Dubis is profiled as one of the ‘People Behind the Science’. Adam is a Research Associate here at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and is the Advanced Human Retinal Imaging Specialist at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Listen to how Adam got to where he is today and the innovative work he is doing in optical tomography and adaptive optics – which is so essential to our understanding of how potential gene and cell therapies for severe vision loss repair the damage caused by inherited eye disease.

One Response to “Dr. Adam Dubis: A Researcher With a Vision for Optical Imaging”

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    UCLeye wrote on 16 May 2014:

    RT @Eye_Therapy: Our own Dr Adam Dubis discusses his work in retinal imaging for @PBtScience http://t.co/LwgkRCxHmX @UCLeye, @Moorfields

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