EVER 2018 Section Poster prize winners

Best poster in each scientific section: the winners receive a free registration for EVER 2019

S090      NAGYMIHALY Richard
Norway   Ex vivo expansion of human primary RPEs for potential use in clinical transplantation studies

 S002   GARCIN Thibaud   France   An innovative bioreactor allows corneal storage for up to 3 months
S017   BREJCHOVA Kristyna   Czech Republic   Verification of splicing alteration caused by a novel SLC4A11 intronic mutation using an autologous induced pluripotent stem cell-derived corneal endothelial-like cell model

F105   WAIZEL Maria
  The influence of cataract light scatters on retinal vessel oxygen saturation
F012   TIEDEMANN Daniel   Denmark   Potential metabolic markers in glaucoma and their regulation in response to hypoxia
F014   LOISELLE Allison   The Netherlands   Noninvasive intracranial pressure assessment using otoacoustic emissions:  an application in glaucoma

T110   YAMAMOTO TAKIUTI Joyce Hisae   Brazil   Suclinical signs persistance in Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease (VKHD) patients treated with early high-dose corticosteroids and immunosuppressive therapy
S108   DEBELLEMANIERE Guillaume   France   Prediction of postoperative spherical equivalent after cataract surgery using a machine learning approach
F130   NI MHEALOID Aine   Ireland   Vision-Related and Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Giant Cell Arteritis
F064   CASTELO-BRANCO Miguel   Portugal   Inner retinal layers of the retina predict visual cortical thickness and structural connectivity in early Alzheimer’s Disease

T103   DI PIERDOMENICO Johnny   Spain   Microglial cell inhibition improves photorreceptor survival in two animal models of inherited retinal degeneration

S119   ROUATBI Aicha   Tunisia   Tunisian experience with antimitotic agents in ocular surface squamous neoplasia
T013   MAZLIN Viacheslav
France   In vivo retinal cells visible without adaptive optics using a novel full-field OCT
T015   SKONDRA Dimitra   USA   Macular retinal capillary density and blood flow differences between black and white subjects using optical coherence tomography angiography