E-meeting I2EYE 2020

Innovative Imaging of Eye disease (12 - 14 October 2020)
All of the presentations can be downloaded here:

Day 1 - October 12

Session 1: Transdisciplinary course: biological, physical and medical aspects of retinal imaging - moderator Kate Grieve Download video of Session 1
  • Anatomy and biology of the retina for non-biologists - Anna Verschueren, Quinze Vingts Hospital Paris
  • Optical principles of microscopy for non-physicists - Gilles Tessier, Vision Institute
  • Retinal diseases for non-ophthalmologists - Michel Paques, Quinze Vingts Hospital Paris
  • Physical basics of ocular imaging for non-physicists- Serge Meimon, Onera

  • Short talks 1: new technologies for imaging RPE and photoreceptors – moderator Ethan Rossi Download video of Short Talks 1
  • Christophe Rondeau, Imagine Eyes: Retinal pigment epithelium cell mosaic imaging across the macula with a transscleral illumination adaptive optics camera
  • Léa Krafft, ONERA: Simulating the scattering effects inside the multilayered retina
  • Kassandra Groux, Langevin Institute: Stress and repair on RPE cell cultures imaged with Dynamic Full-Field OCT
  • Pedro Mecê, Langevin Institute: Imaging cone photoreceptors over a 5° field of view with a compact full-field OCT
  • Léa Krafft, ONERA: Implementing the “Checkerboard ophthalmoscope” on an Adaptive Optics Flood Illumination Ophthalmoscope (AO-FIO) for highly contrasted images of the retina

  • Short talks 2: adaptive optics in imaging retinal degeneration – moderator Kiyoko Gocho Download video of Short Talks 2
  • Kiyoko Gocho, 15-20/Nippon Medical School: High-resolution imaging analysis of patients with autosomal dominant retinitis pigmentosa caused by HK1 mutation
  • Melanie Kempf, University of Tubingen: Adaptive optics retinal imaging in patients with choroideremia after gene therapy
  • Marine Durand, Imagine Eyes: Adaptive optics in inherited retinal diseases: a review of rtx1 findings
  • Yiyi Wang, University of Berkeley: Retinal Structure and Function in Patients with Enhanced S-Cone Syndrome
  • Jelena Potic, Jules-Gonin Eye Hospital, University of Lausanne: Cone density and vision-related quality of life after retinal detachment
  • Ethan Bensinger, University of Berkeley: Adaptive Optics Imaging and Fixation Analysis of Eccentric Preferred Retinal Locus in Macular Diseases
  • Josselin Gautier, 15-20: Characterizing Stiles-Crawford related loss in contrast sensitivity using a clinical device
  • Niklas Domdei, University of Bonn: Retinal factors of foveal sensitivity

  • Day 2 - October 13

    Session 2: Retinal and choroidal vessels - Chair: Valérie Krivosic, Paris Download video of Session 2
  • Inflammation and diabetic retinopathy - Xavier Guilloneau, Paris
  • Vascular imaging: current state and needs - Michel Paques/Valérie Krivosic, Paris
  • Imaging retinal and choroidal hemodynamics by laser Doppler holography - Michael Atlan, Paris
  • Methods to Probe Vascular Function in Neurological Disease - Adam Dubis, London

  • Session 3: Optic nerve, ciliary processes: How to access the inaccessible? – Chair: Catherine Vignal, Paris Download video of Session 3
  • Optic neuropathies: current state and needs - Catherine Vignal, Paris
  • Machine learning methods to improve multioffset imaging of ganglion cells in AOSLO - Shan Suthaharan, Pittsburgh
  • 3D Histology - Marie Darche, Anna Verschueren, Leyna Boucherit, Paris

  • Short talks 3: Imaging retinal and choroidal blood flow and nerve fibers – moderator Michel Paques Download video of Short Talks 3
  • Elena Gofas Salas, University of Pittsburgh: An optimized multioffset adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscope (AOSLO) improves the contrast of retinal ganglion cell layer neurons in humans
  • Richard Rosen, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary: Dynamic Visualization of Abnormal Blood Flow in Sickle Cell Patients Using OCT Angiography to Guide AOSLO Vascular Imaging
  • Jesse Schallek, University of Rochester: Time-lapse imaging of immune cell motility and blood flow changes to inflammatory challenge using label-free adaptive optics
  • Urszula Szulc, University of Olsztyn: Dynamic arteriole structure parameters measured by Adaptive Optics rtx1 – first results
  • Léo Puyo, 15-20: Directional blood flow contrast in laser Doppler holography
  • Igor Kozak, Moorfields Eye Hospital UAE: Sensitivity and Specificity of Multispectral Imaging for Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy

  • Short talks 4: Measuring blood flow continued: pathologies, processing, new methods – moderator Daniela Castro Farias Download video of Short Talks 4
  • Chrysostomos Chadjiminas, University College London: Towards a Deep Learning Pipeline for Measuring Retinal Bloodflow
  • Maria Alexandrovna Kovalevskaya, Voronezh State Medical University: «TERRA INCOGNITA» or what we don't know about ROP
  • Galina Dimitrova, City General Hospital, Skopje: Correlation of multimodal imaging results in diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein cclusions
  • Radim Kolar, Brno University of Technology: Photoplethysmographic approaches in retinal video-ophthalmoscopy
  • Viacheslav Mazlin, Langevin Institute: Anterior eye imaging and angiography with cell-detail via time-domain Full-field OCT

  • Day 3 - October 14

    Session 4: Retinal Pigment Epithelium, AMD - Chair: Sarah Mrejen Download video of Session 4
  • On the origins of AMD, how the genetic risk variants affect immune suppression - Florian Sennlaub, Paris
  • AMD imaging: current state of the art - Kunal Dansingani, Pittsburgh & Sarah Mrejen, Paris
  • Multimodal high resolution imaging of AMD - Ethan Rossi, Pittsburgh
  • RPE grafting - Christelle Monvillen iSTEM, Corbeil

  • Session 5: Photoreceptors: structure and function - Chair: Kate Grieve Download video of Session 5
  • Extended field of view imaging of human photoreceptors and RPE cells - Michael Pircher, Vienna
  • Towards cellular retinal imaging - high fidelity Full Field OCT imaging - Maciej Wojtkowski, Torun
  • Phenotypes of remnant cones - Jacque Duncan, San Francisco
  • Cone targeted visual psychophysics - Wolf Harmening, Bonn
  • Functional retinal imaging by holographic OCT - Dierck Hillmann, Lubeck
  • Hacking human vision - Austin Roorda, Berkeley