Episode 4: Professor Joe Carroll & Adaptive Optics

In today’s episode, Avril welcomes Professor Joe Carroll to speak about Adaptive Optics and how it is revolutionising retinal imaging. Joe is a Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is the head of their Advanced Ocular Imaging Program (AOIP).

Joe shares his excitement for the benefits of Adaptive Optics in diagnostic screening to accurately and rapidly recognise retinal conditions in their early stages.  Adaptive Optics is a form of technology applied to imaging techniques to compensate for imperfections within the eye which interfere with the quality of images and Joe shares how he believes will provide us with a better understanding between the structure and function of the visual system and its success in helping to monitor retinal disease progression cell-by-cell.


Listen to the full audio-recording of the episode here:

In-Focus Episode 4: Joe Carroll and Adaptive Optics

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