We are a team of ophthalmologists and physicists interested in high resolution imaging of the human eye, observing living cells in living eyes. We are located at the Quinze-Vingts Hospital in the center of Paris. We benefit from the medical environment of one of the largest eye hospitals in Europe, and from the exceptional scientific environment of the Vision Institute.
Our aim is to better understand eye diseases by combining conventional and cutting-edge approaches. We design and build many of the clinical instruments we use, and the close interaction with ophthalmologists ensures that our research is medically pertinent. We conduct many research programs on retinal diseases, with patients from Quinze-Vingts and from other collaborating hospitals. We have a specialized histology unit for human ocular tissue and we use also cell cultures to analyze light-tissue interactions. Our findings have led to the adoption of novel diagnostic and therapeutic tools for treating disease affecting the eye.
We are proud to announce our third Autumn course on Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease, scheduled as an online conference, October 12-14, 2020! Abstract submission is now closed. Free registration remains open.