A - Genese and Gene Expression

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
A1 Buena Atienza Elena Institute for Ophthalmic Research Splicing Defects Caused by Rare OPN1LW/MW Haplotypes Associated With X-Linked Cone Dysfunction Disorders: De Novo Gene Conversion Results in BCM 
A2 Bellingrath Julia-Sophia University Eye Hospital Codon optimisation of RPGR leads to increased transgene expression compared to wild type in HEK293T
A3 Singer Wibke Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Viewing the location of BDNF transcripts at their site of translation following activity-dependent promoter usage
A4 Eckert Philipp Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Enriched or traumatic sound differentially drive transcript-specific BDNF expression and memory acquisition

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B - Cell Metabolism

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
B1 Wang Min Institute for Ophthalmic Research Retinal dopamine release in the chicks stimulated by light of different wavelengths
B2 Dietter Johannes Institute for Ophthalmic Research Integrating phosducin phosphorylation into a model of the phototransduction cascade
B3 Harasztosi Csaba University Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Endocytic Activity and Vesicle Trafficking in the Outer Hair Cell
B4 Moniruzzaman MD Institute for Ophthalmic Research Dissection of the ciliary function of Lebercilin and its dysfunction in Leber's Congenital Amaurosis.
B5 Sothilingam Vithiyanjali Institute for Ophthalmic Research New insights into the mechanisms of retinal degeneration due to Phosphodiesterase 6 (PDE6) deficiency
B6 Möhrle Dorit Tübingen Hearing Research Centre NO-sensitive guanylate cyclase isoforms NO-GC1 and NO-GC2 contribute to noise-induced inner hair cell synaptopathy
B7 Power Michael Institute for Ophthalmic Research Simultaneous imaging of calcium and calcium-dependent enzymatic activity in degenerating cone photoreceptors

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C - Neuronal Connectivity

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
C1 Behrens Christian Institute for Ophthalmic Research Integrating anatomy, connectivity and biophysics to understand horizontal cell computations in the mouse retina
C2 Shabani Hamed Institute for Ophthalmic Research Physiological Classification of Mouse Retinal Ganglion Cells for Retinal Implants.
C3 Reuter Peggy Institute for Ophthalmic Research Generation and characterization of cnga3- and cngb3-knockout zebrafish as an animal model for achromatopsia (ACHM)
C4 Ran Yanli Institute for Ophthalmic Research Cell type specific dendritic integration rules in retinal ganglion cell
C5 Rüttiger Lukas Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Axon bifurcation of spiral ganglion neurons is required for precise auditory processing
C6 Speck Achim Institute for Ophthalmic Research Motion detection in retinal ganglion cell spikes through pattern recognition with a shallow artificial neural network.

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D - Stemm Cells

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
D1 Müller Marcus Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Otic progenitor cells derived from the human postmortem adult inner ear
D2 Achberger Kevin Institut für Neuroanatomie und Entwicklungsbiologie Investigation of light responses in human induced pluripotent stem cell derived retinal organoids via calcium Imaging

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E - Experimental Therapies

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
E1 Marchetta Philine Tübingen Hearing Research Centre The glucocorticoid antagonist mifepristone attenuates sound-induced long-term deficits in auditory nerve response and central auditory processing
E2 Hurst Jose University Eye Hospital Tübingen Successful therapy testing on two new ex-vivo glaucoma models of porcine retina organ cultures
E3 Strudel Lisa University Eye Hospital Tübingen Antibiotic loaded nanoparticles cause superior bacterial growth inhibition on corneas
E4 Schnichels Sven University Eye Hospital Tübingen Travoprost loaded lipid DNA-nanoparticles as a new and improved treatment for glaucoma
E5 Paquet-Durand François Institute for Ophthalmic Research The liposomal formulation of the cyclic nucleotide analogue DF003 fully preserves cone photoreceptor function in the rd10 mouse in vivo
E6 Sen Merve Institute for Ophthalmic Research Effects of Sustained Delivery of ER stress modulators in Animal Models of Retinitis Pigmentosa
E7 Sahaboglu Ayse Institute for Ophthalmic Research Drug repurposing: neuroprotective effects of PARP inhibitors in the retinal degeneration slow (rds) mouse

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F- Perception

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
F1 Straßer Torsten Institute for Ophthalmic Research THEY CAN DISAPPEAR - Can the panda illusion be used to test visual acuity?
F2 Leube Alexander Institute for Ophthalmic Research Reduction of visual acuity under monochromatic light: Photopic vs. mesopic conditions
F3 Barraza-Bernal Maria Institute for Ophthalmic Research Fixation behavior in the presence of a progressing scotoma
F4 Hofmeier Benedikt Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Characteristic molecular and functional biomarkers for tinnitus in humans
F5 Zelle Dennis Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Understanding the effects of temporal primary-tone arrangement on distortion-product otoacoustic emissions
F6 Manthey Marie Tübingen Hearing Research Centre Peripheral BDNF improves hearing acuity with sensory experience. Is this a prerequisite for adaptive homeostatic plasticity?

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G - Imaging and Image Processing

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
G1 Neubauer Jonas University Eye Hospital Tübingen The utility of intraoperative OCT imaging during retinal gene therapy surgery
G2 Dietter Johannes Institute for Ophthalmic Research Automated Analysis of Retinal Fundus Images
G3 Kempf Melanie Institute for Ophthalmic Research Adaptive optics retinal imaging of inherited retinal degenerations
G4 Ayhan Murat Seckin Institute for Ophthalmic Research Uncertainty-informed diabetic retinopathy detection via deep neural networks

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H - Physiological Optics

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
H1 Rifai Katharina Institute for Ophthalmic Research Accommodation and eye movements in digital imaging systems
H2 Ohlendorf Arne Institute for Ophthalmic Research Dioptric defocus maps and defocus signal pattern maps in myopic subjects
H3 Gisbert Martinez Sandra Institute for Ophthalmic Research M to L cone ratios in chicks determine absolute eye size but not deprivation myopia
H4 Wagner Sandra Institute for Ophthalmic Research Influence of biofeedback on accommodation variability
H5 Habtegiorgis Selam W. Institute for Ophthalmic Research Facilitating habituation to distortions of spectacles in a long-term

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I - The Pupil

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
I1 Stingl Krunoslav Institute for Ophthalmic Research Pupillographic campimetry An objective method to measure the visual field
I2 Schilling Tim Institute for Ophthalmic Research Tinted lenses affect our pupil and physiological responses to affective pictures
I3 Kelbsch Carina Institute for Ophthalmic Research Pupillary responses to sinusoidal corneal electrostimulation and simultaneous brain activity – a pilot study in healthy subjects

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J - Prosthetics

Poster Name First Name Affiliation Poster-Title
J1 Haq Wadood Institute for Ophthalmic Research Electrically activated degenerated dormant photoreceptors elicited network-mediated responses in different types of ganglion cells.
J2 Zrenner Eberhart Institute for Ophthalmic Research Oculomotor Behaviour of Blind Patients Seeing with Subretinal Visual Implant ALPHA
J3 Basavaraju Sunetra Institute for Ophthalmic Research Presentation of human microsaccade patterns to the mouse retina: Understanding image fading by electrical stimulation.
J4 Rathbun Daniel L. Institute for Ophthalmic Research Tickling the retina: subthreshold stimulation of targeted ganglion cell types.
J5 Mendizabal Ainhitze University of Tübingen, Section of Physiological Acoustics and Communication, Tübingen, Germany Round-window Stimulation with a Piezoelectric Actuator: Experiments and Models
J6 Hosseinzadeh Zohreh Institute for Ophthalmic Research Selective electrical activation of ON and OFF responses in mouse retina

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