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The Biology and Pathology of the Visual System

Biology And Biomedical Sciences 5501 - Fall 2020

The purpose of the course is to provide a fascinating view of vertebrate eye development, anatomy, physiology and pathology. Topics to be covered include the molecules that control eye formation, ocular stem cells, the physiology of transparency, hereditary ocular diseases, phototransduction, the neurobiology of the retina and central visual pathways, age-related eye diseases, and many others. Graduate students, residents, and postdocs with an interest in vision are strongly encouraged to attend.
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Section 01

The Biology and Pathology of the Visual System
INSTRUCTOR: Kefalov
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