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Prof. Meg Veruki of the Retinal Microcircuits research group has been selected to the "Top List" of Excellent Women in European Vision Research and Ophthalmology 2021
Arvid Lundervold fra Institutt for biomedisin er tildelt undervisningsprisen ved Det medisinske fakultet.
In the elective subject ELMED219, father and son Lundervold give an introduction to the secret of artificial intelligence and how it can be used in clinical work.
The Retinal Microcircuits Research Group investigates how neurons in the retina communicate to produce vision. In their latest study, they looked outside the conventional neural circuits and found some unexpected receptor molecules in unexpected locations.
Visual processing in the retina
European Vision Institute selects Meg and Espen as Visionaries of the Quarter for summer 2021 (27.09.2018)
Meg Veruki and Espen Hartveit from the Retinal Microcircuits Research Group at the Department of Biomedicine have been chosen to be the Visionaries of the Quarter for the European Vision Institute.
Doctoral candidates from around the world have gathered to communicate their research on the retina. The result is an interactive eye exhibit at VilVite Science Center.
Bergen Medical Research Foundation (BFS) has announced to award funding for 4-years to Professor Arvid Lundervold for his project „Computational Medical Imaging and Machine Learning».
In November 2017, the University of Bergen hosted the second annual meeting and winter school for members of the Innovative Training Network "switchBoard"
How is visual information processed in the retina? Over the next three years, this questions will define the projects for 15 PhD candidates in the EU network SwitchBoard.
Yifan Zhou has won the prize for “Best Poster” at the 2014 Scandinavian Physiological Society Annual Meeting