The 2013 ISOCB/Ocular Cell Biology Conference was a forum for the exchange of ideas through a biennial international conference. The gathering is ideal for promoting interaction for cell biologists working in all areas of ocular health and disease, and for disseminating information about work in this field to the larger eye and vision research community.
The 2013 ISOCB Conference focused on Retina.
2013 Program Sessions include:
• Circadian cell biology I
• Circadian cell biology II
• Stem cells I
• Stem Cells II
• Photoreceptors I
• Imaging the retina
• Ocular immunity
• Photoreceptors II
Program Organizing Committee
Russell Foster, BSc, PhD – University of Oxford, United Kingdom – Course Director
John Greenwood, PhD – UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, United Kingdom
Robert MacLaren, DPhil – University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Robert Molday, PhD – University of British Columbia, Canada
Stephen Moss, PhD – UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, United Kingdom
David Williams, PhD – University of California Los Angeles, United States
ISOCB/Ocular Cell Biology Conference replaces the ARVO Ocular Cell and Molecular Biology (OCMB) Conference. ARVO invites former ISOCB members to join ARVO, paying the same dues as regular ARVO members. Dues will no longer be collected for ISOCB.