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The Sheila Nirenberg speeches focus on the advances in prosthetic eye devices and explore the advances of technology that are aiding the medical field. Nirenberg is a Professor of Physiology & Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medical College.
In 1993, she attained a PhD. from Harvard University. Nirenberg has written several publications such as, ‘The light response of retinal ganglion cells is truncated by a displaced amacrine circuit,’ in 1997, and most recently, ‘A virtual retina tool for studying population coding,’ releasedin 2012.
The Sheila Nirenberg speeches provide interesting insights into the future of medicine.
Featured Keynote - Prosthetic Eyes
Sheila Nirenberg Reveals a New Device That Can Help with Vision Loss
Sheila Nirenberg reveals an innovative, new prosthetic eye device that she believes has the potential to offer patients with vision loss a more effective way of treating blindness in this enlightening… Read More