Dec 4 First Friday Bioscience – I See the Light: A Novel Retinal therapeutic Implant that stimulates retinal function and …
Full Title: A Novel therapeutic Implant to stimulate retinal function and restore vision.
Dr. Nicole Wagner will discuss LambdaVisions protein-based retinal implant, which is intended to treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinitis pigmentosa (RP). Current treatments only slow disease progression, while Lambdavisions technology uses the light-activated protein bacteriorhodopsin to stimulate the retina restoring high-resolution vision.
To learn more about LambdaVison, visit their website at www.lambdavision.com
100 Cummings Ctr., Suite 221-E
Beverly MA USA
Date and Time
Begins: 12/04/2015 12:30 PM
Ends: 12/04/2015 02:00 PM
Dr. Nicole Wagner
Nicole L. Wagner, PhD. President and CEO, LambdaVision
Dr. Wagner joined LambdaVision as CEO in 2011. She earned her PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology at UConn, spending the majority of her graduate career working on optimizing retinal-containing proteins for application in medical devices. Wagner played an integral role in proof-of-concept studies demonstrating the use of site-directed mutagenesis, site-specific saturation mutagenesis, and directed evolution, and was able to genetically engineer the protein bacteriorhodopsin for application in a retinal prosthesis. In 2012, Dr. Wagner received the Connecticut Technology Councils Women of Innovation Collegian Innovation and Leadership Award for her work with LambdaVision, and most recently was listed as one of CT Magazines 40 under 40 for the class of 2015.
Registration, networking and lunch start at 12:30; Programs
begins at 1 p.m.
At Applied Photophysics, we are committed to progress. Everything we do is done because we believe it will make a difference, that in the hands of our customers, it will advance scientific knowledge and understanding, and have a wider societal impact. We challenge entrenched views, encourage fresh ideas and incorporate the best of them in our products.
Since its creation in 1971 by The Royal Institution of Great Britain under the leadership of Nobel Prize-winning Lord Porter, Applied Photophysics has remained at the forefront of the technologies of circular dichroism, stopped-flow kinetics and laser flash photolysis.
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