Professor of Physiology & Biophysics
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.