Abstracts and Conference Proceedings

Abstracts and Conference Proceedings


 

 

ARC Centre of Excellence in Vision Science (ACEVS) Vision Satellite Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand, 30–31 January  2011

  1. Kozulin P, Provis JM & Chan-Ling T (2011). Using dark rearing to minimise retinal vaso-proliferation during the hypoxic phase of retinopathy of prematurity. ACEVS Vision Satellite Meeting.
  2. Natoli R, Zhu Y, Valter K, Bisti S, Eells J & Stone J (2011). I’ve seen the light: novel neuroprotective therapy for retinal damage. ACEVS Vision Satellite Meeting.
  3. Rutar M, Natoli R, Provis JM (2011). Chemokine-mediated guidance of monocyte recruitment in the retina following light-induced retinal degeneration. ACEVS Vision Satellite Meeting.
 

Australian Neuroscience Society (ANS) 30th Annual Meeting Sydney, Australia, 31 January – 3 February 2010

  1. Australian Neuroscience Society (ANS) 31st Annual Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand, 31 January – 3 February 2011
  2. Bedggood P, Metha AB, Grünert U, Martin PR (2011). Adaptive optics imaging and analysis of marmoset cone photoreceptors. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-WED-49.
  3. Di Marco S, Solomon SG & Protti DA (2011). Contrast adaptation in retinal ganglion cells of the mouse. Australian Neuroscience Society, ORAL-03-7.
  4. Gharaei S, Solomon SS & Solomon SG (2011). Response of neurons in area MT of marmoset to moving textures and natural stimuli. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-TUE-64.
  5. Hietanen MA, Li K & Ibbotson MR (2011). Neuronal evidence for a hierarchical model of complex cell receptive fields. Australian Neuroscience Society, ORAL-15-2.
  6. Hung Y-S & Ibbotson MR (2011). Ocellar inputs to motion-sensitive descending neurons in the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-TUE-65.
  7. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Madigan MC, Bumsted O'Brien KM & Provis JM (2011) The expression of axon guidance genes during development of the primate macula. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-TUE-73.
  8. Lee HR & Bumsted O'Brien KM (2011). Development of the fovea and visual resolution in the tropical seahorse (Hippocampus taeniopterus). Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-WED-45.
  9. Natoli R,  Zhu Y, Valter K, Bisti S, Eells J and Stone J  (2011). Novel neuroprotective therapies for retinal damage. Australian Neuroscience Society, ORAL-03-5.
  10. Pietersen ANJ, Cheong S-K, Solomon SG & Martin PR (2011). Visual response latency in the lateral geniculate nucleus of marmosets. Australian Neuroscience Society, ORAL-15-1.
  11. Querubin A, O'Brien BJ & Bumsted O'Brien K (2011). Retinal ganglion cell types in high acuity regions of the pigeon retina. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-WED-6.
  12. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis JM (2011). Role of complement and chemokine immune response pathways in a light-induced degenerative model of atrophic AMD. Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-WED-059.
  13. Solomon SS, Gharaei S & Solomon SG (2011). Information provided by correlations between pairs of neurons in area MT of marmoset. Australian Neuroscience Society, ORAL-01-02.
  14. Wong RCS, Marginson M, Cloherty SL, Ibbotson MR &O’Brien BJ (2011). Are retinal ganglion cell intrinsic physiological properties conserved? Australian Neuroscience Society, POS-WED-071.

 

Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 11–13 April 2011

  1. Bland N, Liebsch N, Taremi Horoufi S & Srinivasan MV (2011). Do honeybees actively avoid mid-air collisions? Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P17.
  2. Hemmi JM (2011) Sensory constraints and behavioural options in predator avoidance. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P1.
  3. Liebsch N, Middleton E & Srinivasan MV (2011).  Angry honeybees: does target size, shape or colour matter? Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P41.
  4. Raderschall CA & Hemmi JM (2011). Habituation in fiddler crabs: stimulus identification under natural conditions. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P1.
  5. Taylor G, Luu T, Ball D & Srinivasan MV (2011).  Keeping up the pace: honeybee flight speed regulation in a tethered flight arena. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P58.
  6. Vlahos L, Valter K & Hemmi JM (2011). Behavioural and anatomical evidence for colour vision in the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, P1.
 

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Fort Lauderdale, Florida,, May 1–5, 2011

  1. Abbott CJ, Percival KA, Martin PR & Grunert U  (2011). Bipolar and amacrine input to midget and parasol ganglion cells in the retina of marmoset. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 1606.
  2. Albarracin RS, Valter K,  Natoli R, Provis JM (2011). Pretreatment with 670 nm light mitigates the effects of oxygen-induced retinal degeneration. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 5451.
  3. Carle CF, James AC, Kolic M, Essex RW & Maddess T (2011). Targeting melanopsin with mfPOP: blue multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry in glaucoma. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, E-Abstract 5491/A292. 
  4. Maddess T, Lueck CJ, Voicu C & James AC (2011). Multifocal objective pupil perimetry (mfPOP) in MS. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, E-abstract 267/D267.
  5. Sabeti F, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2011). Multifocal pupillography identifies ranibizumab induced changes in retinal function for exudative age-related macular degeneration. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 3890/D1122.
  6. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K, Provis JM (2011). Complement synthesis and propagation by infiltrating monocytes in aged and degenerative retinas. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 1225.
  7. Bumsted O'Brien KM & Lee HR (2011). Development of the fovea and visual resolution in the tropical seahorse (Hippocampus taeniopterus). Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 5425/A184.
  8. Albarracin RS, Valter K, Natoli R, Provis JM (2011). Pretreatment with 670 nm light mitigates the effects of oxygen-induced retinal degeneration. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Abstract 5451/A210.
  9. Wong RCS, Cloherty SL, Ibbotson MR & O’Brien BJ (2011). Are retinal ganglion cell intrinsic physiological properties conserved? Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, E-Abstract 4572/A511.
 

Society for Neuroscience, Washington, USA, 12–16 November.

  1. Percival KA, Martin PR & Grünert U (2011). Wide-field ganglion cells and diffuse bipolar cells in the foveal retina of marmoset and macaque monkeys. Society for Neuroscience, POS-641.03, Washington, USA.
  2. Querubin A, O'Brien BJ & Bumsted O'Brien K (2011). The diverse array of retinal ganglion cell types in high acuity regions of the pigeon retina. Society for Neuroscience, Abstract 482.10/MM8. Washington D.C., USA,. 
  3. Solomon SG, Solomon SS, Gharaei S, Cheong S-K & Tailby C (2011). Functional micro-organisation of the middle-temporal area of visual cortex in a New World primate, the marmoset. Society for Neuroscience, Abstract 577.15, Washington, USA. 
 

Australasian Ophthalmic and Vision Sciences Meeting (AOVSM), Canberra, Australia, 20–21 November 2011

  1. Carle CF, James AC, Rosli Y & Maddess T (2011). Gain control in the midbrain segment of the pupillary response pathway. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  2. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Provis JM & Chan-Ling T (2011). Dark-rearing reduces stimulus for retinal vaso-proliferation during the hypoxic phase of retinopathy of prematurity. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  3. Natoli R, Provis JM, Kent A, Barbosa M, Fearne M & Valter K (2011). 670 nm red light: protection against retinopathy of prematurity. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting. 
  4. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K, Provis JM (2011). Guidance of complement activation by infiltrating monocytes in animal models of aging and age-related macular degeneration. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  5. Sabeti F, Nolan C, Kolic K, James AC, Maddess T & Bell A (2011). Comparison between macular and wide-field pupillography in early type 2 diabetes. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
 

Bosch Young Investigators Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 1 December 2011

  1. Brandli A, Stone J & Spana S (2011). Brief remote ischemia enhances photoreceptoral and post-synaptic function in the retina. Bosch Young Investigators Symposium.
  2. Corso L, Brandli A, Bisti S, Stone J (2011). Neuroprotective effect of saffron extract (Crocus sativus) assessed in vitro. Bosch Young Investigators Symposium. 
  3. Nandasena C, Spana S, Burton T, Stone J (2011). Behavioural screening of transgenic mice using the Intellicage. Bosch Young Investigators Symposium. 
  4. Purushothuman S, Marotte L, Stowe S, Licht T, Keshet E, Stone J (2011). Alzheimer’s disease: How do senile plaques form?  Bosch Young Investigators Symposium. 
 
 

Other Meetings

  1. Albarracin RS, Valter K, Natoli R, Provis JM (2011). Restoring sight with light research. ANU Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference, Canberra, Australia, 1–2 December. 
  2. Carle CF, James AC, Kolic M, Essex RW & Maddess T (2011). Luminance and colour variant pupillographic perimetry in glaucoma. World Glaucoma Congress, Paris, France, 29 June – 2 July. 
  3. Grünert U, Percival KA & Martin PR (2011). Contribution of koniocellular pathway ganglion and bipolar cells to primate fovea.  European Retina Meeting, Amsterdam, Oral-SAT-9, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22–24 September. 
  4. Hemmi JM (2011). Ecology of learning: information processing in fiddler crabs. Gordon Research Conference – Neuroethology: Behavior, Evolution & Neurobiology, Easton MA, USA, 13–14 August. 
  5. Ibbotson MR (2011). Developing a bionic eye in Australia. Australian Vision Convention, Gold Coast, Australia, 28 April – 1 May. 
  6. Ibbotson MR (2011). Developing a bionic eye in Australia. North Queensland Vision Conference. Cairns, Australia, 14–16 September. 
  7. Ibbotson MR (2011). In vivo and in vitro measurements of the efficacy of bionic eye implants. Asia Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Singapore, 20–23 February. 
  8. Ibbotson MR (2011). Neural basis of perceptual modulations during saccades. Canadian Physiological Society meeting, Sainte-Adele, Quebec, Canada, 10–12 February. 
  9. Lueck CJ, Voicu C, James AC & Maddess T (2011). Multifocal objective pupil perimetry in multiple sclerosis. North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society, Vancouver, Canada, 5–10 February. 
  10. Luu T, Cheung A, Ball D & Srinivasan MV (2011). Flying is believing: honeybee flight in a virtual arena. Conference on Thinking Systems Frontiers: Intelligent Machines, Robots, Human–Computer Interaction and the Science–Arts Nexus. P44-45, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia, 8–9 December.
  11. Martin PR, Tailby C, Solomon SG, Cheong SK & Pietersen ANJ (2011). Contribution of short wavelength sensitive (S or “Blue”) cones to non-geniculate retinal output streams.
  12. European Retina Meeting, POS-THU-1, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 22–24 September. 
  13. New STD & Hemmi JM (2011). The topography of lizard vision (poster). Neuroethology: Behaviour, Evolution and Neurobiology Gordon Research Conference, Easton MA, USA, 13–14 August. 
  14. New STD, Peters RA & Hemmi JM (2011). A flick of the tail catches the eye (poster). Behaviour 2011: Joint Meeting of the Animal Behaviour Society and the International Ethological Conference. Bloomington, USA, 25–30 July. 
  15. Rosli Y, Bedford SM, James AC & Maddess T (2011). Photopic and scotopic multifocal pupillographic responses of patients with age-related macular degeneration. Asia Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. Singapore, 20–22 January. 
  16. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis JM (2011). Complement gene and protein expression in photoreceptor degeneration. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology Congress, P91, Sydney, Australia, 20–24 March. 
  17. Srinivasan MV (2011). Optic flow and odometry in nature. Workshop on Optic Flow, Sensors and Applications to Guidance, Navigation and Control. Eglin Air Force Base Research Laboratories, invited symposium presentation, Florida, USA, 23–25 May.
  18. Srinivasan MV (2011). The world through the eyes of a bee: vision, navigation and “cognition” in honeybees, and application to robotics. Oration, Conference of the Academia Ophthalmologica Internationalis, Sydney, Australia, 20 March.
  19. Srinivasan MV (2011). Vision and navigation in insects, and applications to flying machines. Invited lecture, Melbourne Brain Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, 5 October.
  20. Srinivasan MV (2011). Vision, pattern recognition and navigation in honeybees and applications to aircraft guidance. Plenary Lecture, SPIE Seventh International Symposium on Multispectral Image Processing and Pattern Recognition, Guilin, China, 4–6 November.
  21. Srinivasan MV (2011). Vision, orientation and navigation in honeybees and applications to robotics. Conference on Thinking Systems Frontiers: Intelligent Machines, Robots,
  22. Human–Computer Interaction and the Science–Arts Nexus. P19-20, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia, 8–9 December.
  23. Srinivasan MV (2011). Visual processing in natural systems and applications to robotics. Plenary lecture paper WePL.1, session on ‘Biologically Inspired Robotics’, International Conference on Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IROS), San Francisco, California, USA, 25–30 September.
  24. Tayor G, Luu T, Ball D & Srinivasan MV (2011). The honeybee’s perception of visual and wind information in virtual reality. Thinking Systems Frontiers: Intelligent Machines, Robots, Human–Computer Interaction and the Science–Arts Nexus, P48, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia, 8–9 December. 
  25. Valter K, Albarracin RS, Rutar M, Natoli R, Bisti S & Eells J (2011). Pharmacological treatments that slow photoreceptor loss. Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology Congress, Sydney, Australia, 20–24 March. 
  26. Zhang S & Su S (2011). What can engineers learn from honeybees? Biological inspired navigation systems. Invited keynote speech, West-lake Forum, The Second Conference of Intelligent Science and Technology, Hangzhou, China, 29 November. 
  27. Zheng H, Sun L, Zhang H & Su S (2011). Genome sequencing of the second domesticated honeybee species, Apis cerana cerana. International Social Insect Genomics Research Conference, P53, Shen Zheng, China, 29 June – 2 July. 
 

Australian Neuroscience Society (ANS) 30th Annual Meeting Sydney, Australia, 31 January – 3 February 2010

  1. Abbott CJ, Percival KA, Martin PR & Grünert U (2010). Bipolar and amacrine input to midget and parasol ganglion cells in marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-15-08. 
  2. Albarracin RS & Valter K (2010). Anti-inflammatory effect of 670 nm light in white light-induced photoreceptor degeneration. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-139. 
  3. Carle CF, James AC & Maddess T (2010). Pupillary responses to blue stimulation using multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-148. 
  4. Chan-Ling T, Natoli R, Provis J, Bisti S, Maccarone R & Yu S (2010). Rationale for non-invasive treatment of ROP: dark rearing minimises vaso-obliteration during hyperoxia and mimics physiological vascularisation. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-140. 
  5. Cheong SK, Lim JKH, Tailby C, Solomon SG & Martin PR (2010). Orientation selective cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of marmosets. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-193. 
  6. Cloherty SL, Crowder NA, Mustari MJ & Ibbotson MR (2010). Neural evidence for an extra-retinal mechanism underlying post-saccadic enhancement of visual sensitivity. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-02-05. 
  7. Goddard E, Mannion DJ, McDonald JS, Solomon SG & Clifford CWG (2010). Is there a dorsal colour area in human visual cortex? Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-248. 
  8. Hadjinicolaou AE, Hietanen MA, Suaning GJ, Ibbotson MR & Cloherty SL (2010). Focal activation of visual cortex through suprachoroidal electrical stimulation of the retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-184. 
  9. Hung YS, Van Kleef J, Stange G & Ibbotson MR (2010). Honeybee neurobiology: movement detection in the honeybee (Apis mellifera). Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-196. 
  10. James AC, Goh XL, Henriksson L & Vanni S (2010). Resolution of V1 and V2 activity in human visual cortex by integration of multifocal FMRI, EEG and MEG neuroimaging. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-153. 
  11. Jayakumar J, Roy S, Dreher B & Vidyasagar TR (2010). Parallel sub-pathways of S-cone signals to the macaque’s middle temporal area. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-163. 
  12. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Madigan MC, Bumsted O'Brien KM & Provis JM (2010). Development of the specialisation of central primate retina. Proceeding of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-155. 
  13. Maddess T, Taylor RRL, Lo YW & Nagai Y (2010). Discrimination of complex form by simple oscillator networks. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-177. 
  14. McDonald JS, Clifford CWG, Camp AJ, Tailby C, Coorey NJ & Solomon SG (2010). The responses of MT component and pattern cells to transparently moving dots. Proceedings of the of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-162. 
  15. Percival KA, Martin PR & Grünert U (2010). Contribution of wide-field ganglion cells to central vision in primate retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-194. 
  16. Provis JM, Rutar M, Natoli R & Valter K (2010). Role of the complement system in acute and chronic models of retinal degeneration. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-138. 
  17. Querubin AM, O'Brien BJ & Bumsted O'Brien KM (2010). Morphological classes of retinal ganglion cells in the pigeon retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-191. 
  18. Rosli Y, Maddess T, Ho Y, Wong S, Kolic M, Goh XL, Carle CF & James AC (2010). Effects of attention on multifocal pupillographic responses. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-231. 
  19. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis JM (2010). Chemokine mediates guidance of the neuroinflammatory response by Muller cells following light-induced retinal degenerations. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-137. 
  20. Sabeti F, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Spatial and temporal stimulus variants of multifocal pupillographic perimetry. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-147. 
  21. Sivyer B, Taylor WR & Vaney DI (2010). Uniformity detector ganglion cells in rabbit retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-192. 
  22. Solomon SG, Camp AJ & Tailby C (2010). How motion integration by neurons in primate area MT depends on temporal frequency. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-164. 
  23. Van Kleef JP, Cloherty SL, James AC & Ibbotson MR (2010). Multiple linear regression for analysing cortical receptive fields: better than your average spike-triggered average. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-152. 
  24. Wijesinghe R, Solomon SG & Camp AJ (2010). Network activation state modulates gain in the mouse lateral geniculate nucleus. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-119.
  25. Wong RCS, Raj DS, Cloherty SL, Ibbotson MR & O'Brien BJ (2010). Intrinsic physiological properties of rat retinal ganglion cells. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-MON-187. 
  26. Zeater N, Romo PA, Solomon SG, Wang C & Dreher B (2010). Structure of extra-classical receptive fields of neurones in cat's area 18. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-TUE-159.

ANS Satellite Meeting “Vision 2010: From Photoreceptors to Behaviour” Sydney, Australia, 29–30 January 2010

  1. Grünert U, Lee SCS, Percival KA, Jusuf PR & Martin PR (2010). Colour pathways in primate retina. ANS Satellite Meeting, 7. 
  2. Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Luminance-balanced multifocal objective perimetry. ANS Satellite Meeting, 19. 
  3. Solomon SG (2010). Motion integration in area MT of marmosets. ANS Satellite Meeting, 12. 
  4. Yu D-Y & Cringle S (2010). Retinal cellular oxidative metabolism and its regulation. ANS Satellite Meeting, 17.

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, 2–6 May 2010

  1. Bumsted O’Brien KM & Hickey D (2010). Photoreceptor density increases and the rod-free zone area decreases during foveal excavation in the developing pigeon (Columba livia) retina. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:5934. 
  2. Eells J, Gopalakrishnan S, Abroe B, Albarracin R & Valter K (2010). 670 nm photobiomodulation attenuates retinal degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:2263. 
  3. Feener EP, Madigan MC, Provis JM, Gao B, Sadun AA, Aiello LP & Sebag J (2010). Comparative proteome analysis of the developing and adult human vitreous program . Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:5906. 
  4. Iribarren G, Iribarren R, Torres M, Morgan IG, Choudhury F & Varma R (2010). Lens power in an adult population: the Los Angeles Latino Eye Study. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:1717. 
  5. Kolic K, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Effect of intra ocular lens implants on diagnostic performance of multifocal objective perimetry in glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:5513. 
  6. Lee HR & Bumsted O'Brien KM (2010). Theoretical and behavioural limit of visual resolution in temperate and tropical seahorses. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:898. 
  7. Maddess T, Carle CF, Kolic K, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Diagnostic power and reproducibility of multifocal pupillographic perimetry in glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:5505. 
  8. Morgan IG, Xiang F & He M (2010). The impact of severity of parental myopia on myopia in Chinese children from Guangzhou. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:1699. 
  9. Munoz-Erazo LE, Natoli R, Yeung AWS, Provis JM, Madigan MC, Thomas SR & King NJC (2010). Microarray analysis of human retinal pigmented epithelium following infection with West Nile virus. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:411. 
  10. Querubin AM, O'Brien BJ & Bumsted O'Brien KM (2010). Morphological classification of retinal ganglion cell types in the pigeon retina. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:890. 
  11. Rosli Y, Maddess TL, Ho Y, Carle C, Kolic M & James AC (2010). Visual attention effects on multifocal pupillographic responses. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:1822. 
  12. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis JM (2010). Mechanisms of neuroinflammatory activation by the retina following light-induced retinal degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:2250. 
  13. Sabeti F, Maddess T & James A (2010). Dichoptic multifocal pupillography identifies retinal dysfunction in early age-related macular degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:2794. 
  14. Sebag J, Madigan MC, Feener E, Niemeyer M, Gao B, Aiello LP, Sadun AA & Provis JM (2010). Vitreous protein profiles during the second trimester of human embryogenesis. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:5342. 
  15. Xiang F, He M & Morgan IG (2010). The impact of parental myopia and other familiar factors on myopia in Chinese children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 51:1696.

9th International Congress of Neuroethology Salamanca, Spain, 2–7 August 2010

  1. Bhagavatula P, Claudianos C, Ibbotson M & Srinivasan MV (2010). Head, body and wing kinematics of budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus) executing complex flight maneuvers. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P366. 
  2. Bhagavatula P, Claudianos C, Ibbotson MR & Srinivasan MV (2010). Lateralization of obstacle avoidance in freely flying budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus). 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P 189. 
  3. Boeddeker N, Dittmar L, Egelhaaf M, Stürzl W & Zeil J (2010). The fine structure of honeybee and wasp homing behaviour. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P146. 
  4. Hemmi JM (2010). Sensory constraints and behavioural options in fiddler crabs. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology S7.4. 
  5. Kornfeldt T, Srinivasan MV & Dacke M (2010). Honeybee landing: is the final phase guided by stereo vision? 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P384. 
  6. Liebsch N & Srinivasan MV (2010). Sticking the head into the wind: the effect of wind and the role of vision on the landing performance of honey bees. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P387. 
  7. Luu T, Cheung A, Ball D & Srinivasan MV (2010). Honeybee flight: a novel ‘streamlining’ response. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P356. 
  8. Narendra A, Reid S, Gourmaud S & Zeil J (2010). Moving between day and night: ant navigation in distinct temporal niches. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P143. 
  9. New STD, Lind OE & Hemmi JM (2010). A dragon’s point of view: the visual field of the Jacky dragon (Amphibolurus muricatus). 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P184. 
  10. Pahl M, Gross HJ, Si A, Zhu H, Tautz J & Zhang SW (2010). Number-based visual generalisation in the honeybee. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology PS IIIb.1. 
  11. Reid S, Narendra A, Greiner B, Ribi W, Warrant E & Zeil J (2010. Compound eye specialisations in four species of Australian bullants, with a focus on the nocturnal Myrmecia pyriformis. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P172. 
  12. Vlahos L, Valter K & Hemmi JM (2010). Evidence for colour vision in a nocturnal Australian marsupial: the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P182. 
  13. Zhang SW, Huang Z, Pahl M, Zhu H, Duke R, Duke C, Schneider C, Vierle H & Michelberger D (2010). Experience-dependent homing ability in honeybees. 9th International Congress of Neuroethology P285.

XLVIII International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Meeting Perth, Australia, 6–10 November 2010

  1. Abdullah SN, Vaegan, Al-Dahlawi N, Suttle CM, Boon MY & Maddess T (2010). Effect of contrast, 9- or 17-regions and three viewing distances on multifocal steady-state visual evoked potentials (MSV). International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Meeting A32. 
  2. Maddess T, Kolic K, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Luminance-balanced multifocal objective perimetry. International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Meeting OS2.01. 
  3. Rosli Y, Maddess T, Ho Y, Carle CF, Kolic K & James AC (2010). The pupil responds to attention in multifocal pupillography. International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Meeting A8. 
  4. Sabeti F, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2010). The effects of unilateral exudative macular degeneration on pattern-pulse multifocal visual evoked potentials. International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision Meeting B17.

Other meetings

  1. Albarracin R, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis J (2010). Pretreatment with 670 nm light ameliorates the effects of oxygen-induced retinopathy. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.1. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  2. Albarracin RS & Valter K (2010). Treatment with 670 nm red light protects photoreceptors from white-light induced degeneration. XIVth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration. Quebec, Canada, 13–17 July 2010. 
  3. Albarracin RS & Valter K (2010). Photobiomodulation in the retina. Australian Society of Medical Researchers Forum. February 2010. 
  4. Albarracin RS & Valter K (2010). Red light treatment protects photoreceptors from white light-induced degeneration. Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM) & the ASMR MRW Young Investigator Forum (YIF). Canberra, Australia, May 2010. 
  5. Barbosa M, Bubna-Litic A & Maddess T (2010). Quantifying texture discrimination via additive functionals. Bernstein Conference on Computational Neuroscience. Berlin, 27 September –10 October 2010. 
  6. Carle CF, Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry in glaucoma using blue stimuli. 19th Meeting of the Imaging and Perimetry Society P34. Tenerife, Spain, 23–26 March 2010. 
  7. Carle CF, Maddess TL, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2010). The slow blues: targeting melanopsin with mfPOP. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.5. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  8. Cassanello C, Edwards M, Badcock D & Nishida S (2010). Role of form cues in second-order motion pooling. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 833. Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting. Naples, USA, May 2010. 
  9. Cassanello CR, Edwards M, Badcock DR & Nishida S (2010). The role of form cues in the pooling of second-order motion signals. 37th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Melbourne, Australia, April 2010. 
  10. Cheong SK, Lim JKH, Tailby C, Solomon SG & Martin PR (2010). Orientation selectivity in a subpopulation of neurones in the primate lateral geniculate nucleus. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. 276.13/PP18. California, USA; 13–17 November 2010. 
  11. Dreher B, Romo PA, Wang C, Zeater N & Solomon SG (2010). Phase-sensitivities vs. classical and extra classical receptive fields of single neurones in cortical area V2 of ethereal carnivore. UWS Sensory Neuroscience Symposium. Sydney, Australia, 13 December 2010. 
  12. Edwards M, Cassanello C, Badcock D & Nishida S (2010). The role of form cues in the pooling of 1D and 2D motion signals. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 840. Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting. Naples, USA, May 2010. 
  13. Edwards M, Cassanello CR, Badcock DR & Nishida S (2010). The role of form cues in the pooling of 1D and 2D motion signals. 37th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Melbourne, Australia, April 2010. 
  14. Fatehee N, Yu PK, Morgan WH, Cringle SJ & Yu D-Y (2010). The impact of acutely elevated intraocular pressure on the porcine optic nerve head. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting. 6. Adelaide, Australia, 21–22 November 2010. 
  15. Hietanen MA, Ibbotson MR (2010). Speed adaptation influences the speed and contrast coding accuracy of neurons in the primary visual cortex of the cat. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. 73.17/OO1. California, USA; 13–17 November 2010. 
  16. Hung YS & Ibbotson M (2010). Ocellar inputs to the motion-sensitive descending neurons in the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.22. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  17. Ibbotson MR & Cloherty SL (2010). Altered visual processing during saccadic eye movements. Rauischholtzhausen castle, Germany, 30 May – 4 June 2010. 
  18. Ibbotson MR, Van Kleef J & Cloherty SL (2010). Complex cell receptive fields: identifying the simple cells within. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. 484.20/WW4. California, USA, 13–17 November 2010. 
  19. Jayatilaka P, Narendra A, Cooper P & Zeil J (2010). Does temperature restrict bulldog ants to discrete temporal niches? Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Narrabri, Australia, 6–10 April 2010. 
  20. Jayatilaka P, Narendra A, Reid SF, Cooper P & Zeil J (2010). Does temperature restrict bulldog ants to discrete temporal niches. Australian and New Zealand Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry. Canberra, Australia, December 2010. 
  21. Kozulin,P, Natoli R, Madigan MC, Bumsted O'Brien KM & Provis JM (2010). Differential expression of axon guidance genes in the primate macula during development. Axon Guidance, Synaptic Plasticity & Regeneration Meeting. Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA, 21–25 September 2010. 
  22. Lee SCS, Jusuf PR, Puller C, Telkes I, Haverkamp S, & Grünert U (2010). Connectivity of color pathways in the outer retina of primates. International Symposium on Vision and Visual Dysfunction. Belem, State of Para, Brazil, 23–26 September 2010. 
  23. Li WF, Li ZG, Liu F, Zhang SW, Chen SL & Su SK (2010). Deep sequencing-based transcriptome profiling reveals the differences between foraging and dancing behaviour in the honey bee, Apis mellifera. 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science. Beijing, China, 17–20 August 2010. 
  24. Li ZG, Liu F, Li WF, Zhang SW, Niu D, Xu HS, Hong QH, Chen SL & Su SK (2010). Bioinformatics analysis of differential gene expression in heads of Apis cerana and Apis mellifera liguistica foragers. Fourth National Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Academic Conference. Hangzhou, China, 6–9 October 2010. 
  25. Liu F, Li WF, Li ZG, Zhang SW, Chen SL and Su SK. The comparison of digital gene expression tag profiling between nurses and foragers of Apis mellifera. Fourth National Bioinformatics and Systems Biology Academic Conference. Hangzhou, China, 6–9 October 2010. 
  26. Lueck CJ, Voicu C, James AC & Maddess T (2010). Non-contact, rapid, visual multifocal diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. International Neuro-ophthalmology Society Meeting. Lyon, France, 15–18 June 2010. 
  27. Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2010). Luminance-balanced multifocal objective perimetry. 19th Meeting of the Imaging and Perimtery Society P34. Tenerife, Spain, 23–26 March 2010. 
  28. Maddess T, Lueck CJ, Voicu C & James AC (2010). Multifocal objective pupil perimetry (mfPOP) in MS. North American Neuro-ophthalmic meeting. Vancouver, Canada, 30 September – 2 October 2010. 
  29. Maddess T, Lueck CJ, Voicu C & James AC (2010). Noncontact, rapid, visual multifocal diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. American Academy of Ophthalmology. Chicago, USA, 16–19 October 2010. 
  30. Martin P, Grünert U, Jusuf P, Lee S, Blessing E, Szmajda B & Buzás P (2010). Colour signals in the subcortical visual system of marmosets. Vision Down Under 2010, 9. Brisbane, Australia, 1 December 2010. 
  31. Martin PR, Grünert U, Lee SS, Tailby C, Szmajda B & Buzás P (2010). Who needs cellulas parvocellularis? International Symposium of Vision and Visual Dysfunction. Belem, State of Para, Brazil, 23–26 September 2010. 
  32. Martin PR, Solomon SG, Grünert U, Szmajda B, Tailby C. (2010) Function and structure of non-standard pathways in the primate visual system. QBI Plasticity Symposium. Brisbane, Queensland, 14–16 September 2010. 
  33. Merkle T & Hemmi JM (2010). How to distinguish between harmful and harmless events: habituation in fiddler crabs (Uca vomeris). Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Narrabri, Australia, 6–10 April 2010. 
  34. Middleton E & Zeil J (2010). Navigation, foraging ecology and recruitment strategies in the Australian sugar ant Camponotus consobrinus. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.30. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  35. Narendra A, Jayatilaka P, Reid SF & Zeil J (2010). Ants and tracks and GPS: the knowledge-base of jack jumper navigation. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Narrabri, Australia, 6–10 April 2010. 
  36. Narendra A, Reid SF & Hemmi JM (2010). The twilight zone: ambient light levels trigger activity in bull ants. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Narrabri, Australia, 6–10 April 2010. 
  37. Narendra A, Reid SF, Gourmaud S & Zeil J (2010). Ant navigation. 10th Ant Course, California Academy of Sciences. Borneo, Malaysia, August 2010. 
  38. Narendra A, Reid SF, Greiner B, Peters RA, Hemmi JM, Ribi WA & Zeil J (2010). Decisions and adaptations: sympatric congeneric Australian ants occupy discrete temporal niches. 16th International Union for the Study of Social Insects. Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2010. 
  39. Narendra A, Reid SF, Greiner B, Peters RA, Hemmi JM, Ribi WA & Zeil J (2010). Task, caste and sex specific visual structures in ants. 13th International Behavioral Ecology Congress. Perth, Australia, September 2010. 
  40. New STD & Hemmi JM (2010). Dragon signals: in the eye of the beholder. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.33. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  41. Querubin A, O’Brien BJ & Bumsted O’Brien K (2010). Retinal ganglion cell types in high acuity regions of the pigeon retina. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.36. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  42. Reid S, Narendra A & Zeil J (2010). Life in the dark: vision and navigation in the crepuscular bull dog ant Myrmecia pyriformis. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour. Narrabri, Australia, 6–10 April 2010. 
  43. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis J (2010). Mechanisms of neuroinflammatory activation in a light-induced degenerative model of atrophic AMD. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.37. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  44. Rutar M, Natoli R, Valter K & Provis JM (2010). Mechanisms of retinal neuroinflammatory activation in a light-induced degenerative model of atrophic AMD. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.15. Adelaide, Australia, 21–22 November 2010. 
  45. Sabeti F & Maddess T (2010). Multifocal pupillography in patients with non-exudative age-related macular degeneration. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.38. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  46. Sabeti F, James AC, Essex RW & Maddess T (2010). Multifocal pupillography identifies retinal dysfunction in early age-related macular degeneration. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.16. Adelaide, Australia, 21–22 November 2010. 
  47. Sivyer B, Taylor R & Vaney D (2010). Uniformity detector ganglion cells in rabbit retina. Vision Down Under 2010. 8. Brisbane, Australia, 1 December 2010. 
  48. Sivyer B, Taylor WR & Vaney DI (2010). The diversity of ON–OFF ganglion cells in the rabbit retina: implications for neuronal classification. FASEB Summer Research Conference on Retinal Neurobiology and Visual Processing. Saxtons River, Vermont, USA, 11–16 July 2010. 
  49. Solomon SG, Solomon SS & Gharaei S (2010). Directional information provided by stimulus-dependent and stimulus-independent correlations in the signals of neurons in area MT. Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. 74.7/OO14. California, USA; 13–17 November 2010. 
  50. Srinivasan MV (2010). Computational principles of visual guidance in birds and bees. Invited lecture, Fourth Australian Workshop in Computational Neuroscience. Brisbane, Australia, 4–5 November 2010. 
  51. Srinivasan MV (2010). More than a honey machine. Vision, navigation and ‘cognition’ in honeybees and applications to robotics. Charles Roff Memorial Address, Annual Conference of the Queensland Beekeepers Association. Ipswich, Australia, 17–18 June 2010. 
  52. Srinivasan MV (2010).Visual information processing in honeybee navigation and applications to robotics. Keynote Lecture, Geelong Innovation Forum, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, 1–2 November 2010. 
  53. Srinivasan MV, Moore R, Thurrowgood S, Soccol D & Bland D (2010). Visual guidance for autonomous flight. Australian Joint Strike Fighter Advanced Technology and Innovation Conference. Melbourne, Australia, 3–4 May 2010. 
  54. Valter K, Rutar M & Provis J (2010). A komplement rendszer szerepe retina degenerációkban. (Complement activation in different forms of retinal degeneration). Annual Congress of the Hungarian Ophthalmological Society. Szeged, Hungary, 2010. 
  55. Valter K, Rutar M & Provis J (2010). Complement activation in retinal degenerations. XIVth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration. Quebec, Canada, 13–17 July 2010. 
  56. Vaney D (2010). Cajal, the retina, and me. Vision Down Under 2010. 11. Brisbane, Australia, 1 December 2010. 
  57. Vlahos LM, Valter K & Hemmi JM (2010). Evidence for colour vision in the common brushtail possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.44. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  58. Wong RCS & Ibbotson M (2010). Intrinsic physiological properties of rat retinal ganglion cells. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.49. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  59. Xiang F, Morgan IG & He M (2010). The relationship between the rank order in the distribution of refractive error in parents and their children. Research School of Biology Annual Student Conference.50. Canberra, Australia, 25–26 November 2010. 
  60. Zhang SW (2010). Behavioural plasticity in honeybees. 1st International Symposium on Brain Function and Disorders. Beijing, China, 24–27 October 2010. 
  61. Zhang SW (2010). Small brains, smart minds: new evidence of higher cognitive function emerging from the small brain. The 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science. Beijing, China, 17–20 August 2010.

Australian Neuroscience Society (ANS) 29th Annual Meeting Canberra, Australia; 27 – 30 January 2009

  1. Albarracin R & Valter K (2009). Photobiomodulation protects the retina from light-induced damage. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-WED-115.
  2. Berry RP, Stange G & van Kleef J (2009). Flying like a dragonfly: the secrets of the ocelli. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-03-02.
  3. Bhagavatula P, Claudianos C & Srinivasan M (2009). The centring response in flying budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus). Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSTHU- 328.
  4. Carle CF, James AC, Kolic M & Maddess T (2009). A multifocal pupillographic investigation of direct and consensual pupil responses. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSTHU- 130.
  5. Chrysostomou V, Stone J & Valter K (2009). Self-repair of cones in the rhodopsin-mutant rat retina by management of ambient light. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSTHU- 118.
  6. Cloherty SL, Crowder NA, Price NSC, Mustari MJ & Ibbotson MR (2009). Saccadic suppression and post-saccadic enhancement of visual responses: time course and mechanisms. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-128.
  7. Goddard E, Mannion DJ, McDonald JS, Solomon SG & Clifford CWG (2009). Decoding higher order colour signals in human visual cortex. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-136.
  8. Hietanen MA, Cloherty SL, Clifford CWG & Ibbotson MR (2009). Effects of spatial frequency on perceived contrast following contrast adaptation in humans. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-134.
  9. Hung YS, Van Kleef J, Stange G & Ibbotson MR (2009). UV-sensitive optomotor neurons in honeybees. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-138.
  10. Ibbotson MR, Crowder NA, Price NSC & Mustari MJ (2009). Direction and contrast tuning of macaque MST neurons during saccades. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSWED- 127.
  11. Inverso SA, Goh XL & James AC (2009). Slowing vision: pattern pulse multifocal visual evoked potential (PPMFVEP) timing dilation under isoluminant and luminace contrast conditions. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-120.
  12. Iyer PB, Freeman AW, Clifford CWG & McDonald JS (2009). Picking signal from noise: Interactions between motion directions. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSWED- 137.
  13. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Madigan M, Bumsted O’Brien K & Provis J (2009). Differential expression of anti-angiogenic factors in the primate fovea and macula during development. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-15-07.
  14. Lamb TD, Collin SP & Pugh EN Jr (2009). Evolution of the vertebrate eyecup and retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting SYM-10-02.
  15. Lee HR & Bumsted O’Brien KM (2009). Measurment of adult visual acuity and the morphological development of the seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis) fovea. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Meeting POS-WED-113.
  16. Maddess T, James AC, Kolic M & Essex RW (2009). Multifocal pupillographic perimetry in glaucoma. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-15-05.
  17. Natoli R, Provis J, Valter K & Stone J (2009). Oxygen toxicity: gene expression changes in the hyperoxiachallenged mouse retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSTHU- 106.
  18. Parker A, Siebeck U & Wallis G (2009). Pattern discrimination in reef fish. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-214.
  19. Querubin A, Provis JM & Bumsted O’Brien KM (2009). Photoreceptor and ganglion cell topography in the pigeon retina. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-116.
  20. Reid SF, Narendra A, Greiner B & Zeil J (2009). Moving in the dark: vision and navigation in the bull dog ant Myrmecia pyriformis. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSWED- 329.
  21. Reinhard J, Claudianos C, Sinclair M & Srinivasan MV (2009). Honeybee learning of complex scents: from molecules to memory. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting Abstract SYM-03-02.
  22. Romo PA, Wang C, Chauvin G, Solomon SG & Dreher B (2009). Phase-sensitivity and the magnitude of responses of neurones in the cat area 18. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-08-04.
  23. Sabeti F, Maddess T & James AC (2009). Investigation of pupil responses to multifocal stimuli subtending 10° and 15° visual fields. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POSWED- 119.
  24. Seymour KJ, Clifford CWG, Logothetis NK & Bartels A (2009). Primary visual cortex contains information about colour-form conjunctions. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-WED-135.
  25. Seymour KJ, Clifford CWG, Logothetis NK & Bartels A (2009). Conjunction coding of colour and motion in human visual cortex. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-08-08.
  26. Siebeck UE, Wallis G & Litherland (2009). Shape discrimination in reef fish. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting POS-THU-338.
  27. Sivyer BMA, Taylor WR & Vaney DI (2009). Uniformity detector retinal ganglion cells receive only inhibitory synaptic input. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-08-01.
  28. Smolka J & Hemmi JM (2009). The topography of fiddler crab vision. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-03-06.
  29. Van Kleef JP, Hietanen M, Crowder NA & Ibbotson MR (2009). Using random walks to redefine simple and complex cells in the visual cortex. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting ORAL-08-05.
  30. Wang C, Romo PA, Chauvin G & Dreher B (2009). Silent suppressive surrounds of neurones in cat area V2. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society POS-WED-125.

ANS Vision Centre Satellite Meeting “Vision: From photoreceptors to behaviour” Canberra, Australia; 31 January 2009

  1. Clifford CWG, McDonald SJ & Mannion JD (2009). Orientation-selective contextual modulation in human visual cortex. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 15.
  2. Hemmi J (2009). Di- and tri-chromatic colour vision in marsupials: photoreceptors and behaviour. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 16.
  3. Ibbotson MR (2009). Primary visual cortex: adapting to your neighbours. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 9.
  4. Lamb TD (2009). Responses of human cones, rods and rod bipolar cells, measured using the ERG. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 6.
  5. Provis JM, Kozulin P, Natoli R, Bumsted-O’Brien K & Madigan MC (2009). Development and degeneration of the macula. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 12.
  6. Srinivasan MV, Bhagavatula P, Claudianos C & Ibbotson M (2009). From photoreceptors to behaviour in birds and bees. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 17.
  7. Stone J, Chrysostomou V, Natoli R, Zhu Y, Bisti S, Eells J & Valter K (2009). Stabilising photoreceptors: four approaches. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 13.
  8. Vaney D, Sivyer M, van Wyk M & Taylor R (2009). Inhibition in the inner retina: timing is everything. ANS Satellite Meeting 2009, 7.

Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Auckland, New Zealand; 15 – 18 April 2009

  1. Ebeling W & Hemmi JM (2009), Colour vision in Australian marsupials: is the tammar wallaby the only dichromat? Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 33.
  2. Hemmi JM & Pfeil A (2009). Information, behaviour and vision: fiddler crabs use a multi – stage response strategy to gather accurate information on the risk of predation. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 37.
  3. Merkle T & Hemmi JM (2009). How to distinguish between harmless and harmful events: habituation in fiddler crabs. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 45.
  4. Reid S, Narendra A, Griner B & Zeil J (2009). Moving in the dark: vision and navigation in the crepuscular bulldog ant Myrmecia pyriformis. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 52.
  5. Smolka J & Hemmi JM (2009). Natural visual cues triggering predator avoidance responses in fiddler crabs. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 57.
  6. Zeil J, Boeddeker N & Hemmi JM (2009). Vision and the organization of behaviour. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Easter Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Oral, 65.

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA; 3 - 7 May 2009

  1. Bell A, James AC, Kolic M & Maddess T (2009). Perimetry from pupillography: dichoptic multifocal stimuli can distinguish subjects with early-stage Type 2 diabetes. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 1332.
  2. Bumsted O’Brien KM, Querubin A & Provis JM (2009). Morphological analysis of the adult and developing pigeon fovea. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E- Abstract 2139.
  3. Carle CF, Maddess TL, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2009). Hemifield asymmetry in direct and consensual pupil responses to multifocal pupil stimuli. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 3051.
  4. Chrysostomou V, Valter K & Stone J (2009). The impact of aging and ambient light on cone topography and morphology in the rhodopsin-mutant P23H-3 rat. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 2286.
  5. James AC, Goh XL, Kolic M, Essex RW & Maddess T (2009). Objective pupillographic multifocal perimetry for glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 5282.
  6. Kolic M, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2009). Attempting balanced multifocal pupillographic perimetetry. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 5280.
  7. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Bumsted O’Brien K, Madigan M & Provis J (2009). The expression of antiangiogenic factors in foetal primate retina and their possible role in vascular patterning. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 4015.
  8. Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2009). Balanced luminance multifocal pupillographic perimetry. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 5281.
  9. Pow DV, Barnett NL, Provis JM, Taylor SM, Woodruff T & Kwan AS (2009). Micro-haemorrhage and focal expression of a marker of the complement cascade in a rat AMD model. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 715.
  10. Provis JM, Kozulin P, Natoli R, Bumsted-O’Brien K & Madigan MC (2009). Role for repellent ephrin signalling in development of the foveal avascular area. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 4014.
  11. Rose KA, Morgan I, Pai A, Rochtchina E, Varma R & Mitchell P (2009). Refractive error in preschool children, a preliminary report: the Sydney paediatric eye disease study. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 1582.
  12. Sabeti F, Maddess T, Essex R W & James AC (2009). Multifocal pupillographic perimetry in unilateral exudative macular degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 730.
  13. Valter-Kocsi K & Albarracin RS (2009). Photobiomodulation with 670nm light ameliorates the effects of light on the morphology and function of the retina. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 680.
  14. Zhu Y, Natoli R, Valter K & Stone J (2009). Regional (Inferior vs. Superior) differences in gene expression within the retina of C57BL/6J mouse: relationship to oxygen vulnerability. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 50: E-Abstract 495.

Geoff Henry International Symposium Canberra, Australia; 21 November 2009

  1. Dreher B, Zeater N, Romo PQ, Solomon SG & Wang C (2009). Hyper-complexity and silent suppressive receptive fields of S and C cells in area 18 (V2) of the cat visual cortex. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 4.
  2. Lamb TD & Mahroo OAR (2009). Human cone pigment regeneration following bleaching, measured with the ERG. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 8.
  3. Maddess T, Nagai Y, Taylor RRL & Lo YW (2009). Sensing complex textures with simple networks. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 11.
  4. Morgan IG (2009). Reflections on the aetiology of myopia. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 13.
  5. Provis JM, Kozulin P, Natoli R & Madigan MC (2009). Vascular guidance and anti-angiogenic factors are highly expressed in the developing macula. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 14.
  6. Srinivasan MV (2009). What Geoff has taught us about the birds and the bees. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 15.
  7. Vaney DI (2009). Australian visual neuroscientists: who did what, when and with whom? Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 16.
  8. Zhang SW, Gross HJ, Pahl M, Si A, Zhu H & Tautz J (2009). Number-based visual generalisation in the honeybee. Geoff Henry International Symposium 2009, 18.

National Vision Research Institute (NVRI) Symposium on Visual Processing Melbourne, Australia; 4 September 2009

  1. Bumsted O’Brien KM, Lee HR, Querubin A & Hickey D (2009). Common and divergent characteristics of foveal structure and development: a non-mammalian perspective. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 4.
  2. Cloherty SL & Ibbotson MR (2009). The neural basis of saccadic omission. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 17.
  3. Hemmi JM & Smolka J (2009). Topography of vision and behaviour. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 15.
  4. Sivyer B, Taylor R & Vaney D (2009). Uniformity detector ganglion cells. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 5.
  5. Valter K & Albarracin R (2009). Retinal protection by photobiomodulation. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 3.
  6. Vaney D (2009). Visual neuroscience in Australia. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009.
  7. Wang C, Huang JY, Bardy C, FitzGibbon TF & Dreher B (2009). Spatial integration in receptive fields of single neurons in cat’s V1 and role of feedback. Proceedings NVRI Symposium on Vision Processing 2009, 16. 

Other meetings

  1. Cloherty SL, Crowder NA, Mustari MJ & Ibbotson MR (2009). Post-saccadic enhancement in macaque MST is independent of visual stimulus contrast during saccades. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. 263.20/Z2. Chicago, USA, 16-21 October 2009.
  2. Duke RK, Hoffmann A, Pahl M, Huang ZY, Zhu H, Duke CC, Johnston GAR & Zhang SW (2009). Effect of bilobalide from Ginkgo biloba on honeybees. 41st Congress of Apimondia. Montpellier, France, 15-20 September 2009.
  3. Falsini B, Piccardi M, Minnella A, Savastano C, Fiorani L, Maccarone S, Romeo S, Silva R, Stone J & Bisti S (2009). Biological effects of saffron as a retinal neuroprotectant: preclinical studies and early clinical results. Proceedings of the 8th ISOPT Meeting. Rome, Italy, 3-6 December 2009.
  4. Goh X-L, Vanni S, Henriksson L & James AC (2009). Cortical generators of human multifocal visual evoked potentials and fields. 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. San Francisco, USA, 18-23 June 2009.
  5. Hietanen MA, van Kleef J & Ibbotson MR (2009). Redefining simple and complex cells in the cat primary visual cortex. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. 353.12/X11. Chicago, USA, 16-21 October 2009.
  6. Ibbotson MR (2009). The neural basis of saccadic omission and time compression. Kloster Seeon, Germany, October 2009.
  7. Ibbotson MR, Cloherty SL, Crowder NA, Mustari MJ (2009). The neural basis of saccadic omission. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. 263.11/Y28. Chicago, USA, 16-21 October 2009.
  8. Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2009). Field-balanced multifocal objective perimetry. American Academy of Ophthalmology. Boston, USA.
  9. Maddess T, Kolic M, Essex RW & James AC (2009). Simultaneous multifocal pupillographic visual field assessment of both eyes. World Glaucoma Congress. Boston, USA, 8-11 July 2009.
  10. Pahl M, Gross HJ, Si A, Zhu H, Tautz J & Zhang SW (2009). Number-based visual generalisation in the honeybee, International Ethological Conference. Rennes, France, 19-24 August 2009.
  11. Romo PA, Wang C, Zeater N & Dreher B (2009). Properties of classical and extra-classical receptive fields of neurons in area 18 (area V2) of the cat. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. 453.11/ Y6. Chicago, USA, 16-21 October 2009.
  12. Siebeck UE, Wallis G & Vorobyev M (2009). Colour discrimination in coral reef fish. Perception 38 ECVP Abstract Supplement, 39. European Conference on Visual Perception. Regensburg, Germany, 24-28 August 2009.
  13. Siebeck UE, Parker AN & Wallis GM (2009). Covert face recognition in reef fish. Applied Vision Association, Animal Visual Ecology Symposium. Regensburg, Germany, 28-29 August 2009.
  14. Siebeck UE, Parker AN & Wallis GM (2009). Face recognition in reef fish. 84th Annual Conference of Australian Coral Reef Society. Darwin, Australia, 25-28 September 2009.
  15. Sivyer B, Taylor R & Vaney D (2009). Uniformity detector ganglion cells in rabbit retina. 2nd European Retina Meeting. Oldenburg, Germany, 8-10 October 2009.
  16. Su S, Guo X, Si A, Liu F, Zhan Y, Dai S, Chen S, Zhang SW & Chen R (2009). Expression differences in the caste development of honeybee using Solexa sequencing method. 41st Congress of Apimondia. Montpellier, France, 15-20 September 2009.
  17. Valter K, Albarracin, R (2009). Anti-inflammatory effect of 670nm light in white light-induced photoreceptor degeneration. International Society for Ocular Cell Biology. Ericeira, Portugal, 9-12 September 2009.
  18. Zhan Y, Liu F, Chen S, Qian J, Lin X, Zhang SW Honeybees are able to forage with blocked olfactory input. 41st Congress of Apimondia, Montpellier, France, 15-20 September 2009.
  19. Zhang SW, Gross HJ, Pahl M, Tautz J, Si A, Zhu H. Count us in! A demonstration of numerosity discrimination in the honeybee. 16th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition. Melbourne, Florida, USA, 18-21 March 2009.

Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting (AVOSM)

The final program for AOVSM 2008 is available here.

  1. Albarracin R & Valter K (2008). The sequential expression of inflammatory proteins during light exposure in rodent retina. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  2. Bell A, James AC, Kolic M & Maddess T (2008). Dichoptic multifocal pupillography points to retinal dysfunction in early stages of type 2 diabetes. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Session 2, Paper-3.
  3. Carle C F, James A C, Wong S & Maddess T (2008). Minimisation of response saturation in multifocal perimetry. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster-2.
  4. Chrysostomou V, Stone J & Valter K (2008). Cones in the rhodopsin-mutant P23H-3 rat: evidence of long-term survival. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  5. Kirk DK, Schiller B, Harris C, Valter K & Mathesius U (2008). How to nullify the effects of vitreous present in ‘quick extracted’ rat retina for proteome analysis. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Canberra, Australia.
  6. Kolic M, Maddess T, Essex RW and James AC (2008). Fine-tuning multifocal pupillographic perimetry. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster-4.
  7. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Bumsted O’Brien K, Madigan MC & Provis JM (2008). Vasculogenic patterning in the primate retina: A regulatory role for axon guidance and anti-angiogenic factors. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  8. McCarthy CS, Megaw P & Morgan P I (2008). Effects of light intensity on eye growth and myopia progression. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  9. Morgan IG (2008). The prevalence of myopia in populations of South Asian origin. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Canberra, December.
  10. Natoli R, Provis J, Valter K, Chrysostomou V & Stone J (2008). Tonic then toxin: impacts of hyperoxia on the mouse retina. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  11. Peng CC, McCarthy CS, Hartfield PG, Morgan IG & Schmid JL (2008). Effect of scrambled targets on retinal dopamine release. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Canberra, December.
  12. Querubin A, Provis JM & Bumsted O’Brien K (2008). Photoreceptor to ganglion cell convergence in the pigeon retina. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Paper-3.
  13. Rutar M, Provis J & Valter K (2008). Evidence for a common role of the complement system in the pathogenesis of cell death in animal models of retinal degeneration. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Canberra, Australia.
  14. Sabeti F, Maddess T, Essex RW & James AC (2008). Multifocal pupillographic visual field assessment of age-related macular degeneration. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster-3.
  15. Valter K & Albarracin R (2008). Treatment with 670nm red light is protective against light-induced photoreceptor damage. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  16. Zhang S, Gross H J, Pahl M, Si A, Zhu H & Tautz J (2008). Number-based visual generalisation in the honeybee. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.
  17. Zhu Y, Natoli R, Valter K & Stone J (2008). Microarray analysis of hyperoxia stressed mouse retina: differential gene expression in the inferior and superior region. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting.

Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting (ANS)

  1. Ibbotson MR (2008). Seeing depends on looking. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting.
  2. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Madigan MC & Provis JM (2008). A role for ephrins in the definition of the foveal avascular zone. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting.
  3. Kozulin P, Natoli R, Ohms S, Madigan MC & Bumsted O’Brien K, and Provis JM (2008). Microarray analysis of differential gene expression in the developing fovea. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting.
  4. Sivyer B, van Wyk M, Taylor WR & Vaney DI (2008). On direction-selective ganglion cells: synaptic mechanisms underlying temporal dynamics. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting. POS-MON-033.
  5. Wang C, Waleszczyk W, Bardy C & Dreher B (2008). Orientation selectivity of single neurons in cat striate cortex: mean firing rates vs. phase-variant component of spike responses. Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society Meeting. Pos-Mon-029. 

International Conference on Invertebrate Vision

The final program for the second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden 2008 is available here.

  1. Dacke M & Srinivasan MV (2008). Two odometers in honeybees? The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  2. Dacke M, Reinhard J, Lamont R & Srinivasan MV (2008). Target tracking by aggressive honeybees. The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  3. Evangelista C, Kraft P, Dacke M, Reinhard J & Srinivasan MV (2008). Honeybee landing: the final moments. The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  4. Hemmi JM & Pfeil A (2008). Vision, behaviour and information: fiddler crabs use a multi-stage response strategy to gather information on predation risk. The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  5. Pahl M, Zhang S, Mi J, Pix W, Zhu H & Tautz J (2008).Celestial and terrestrial cues in honeybee homing. The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  6. Smolka J & Hemmi JM (2008). How the fiddler crab eye sees the world. The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.
  7. Zeil J, Boeddeker N & Stürzl W (2008). View-based homing. Plenary lecture, The second International Conference on Invertebrate Vision, Sweden.

Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference (ASSAB)

  1. Greiner B, Narendra A, Dacke M, Ribi WA & Zeil J (2008). Eye structure correlates with distinct foraging bout timing in primitive Australian ants. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  2. Reid S, Narendra A, Hemmi JM & Zeil J (2008). The use of polariser compass and landmark cues in the bulldog ant myrmecia pyriformis. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  3. Smolka J & Hemmi JM (2008.) Divide and conquer – how the fiddler crab eye divides the world. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  4. Srinivasan MV(2008). Probing higher functions in a small brain. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  5. Zeil J, Boeddeker N, Hemmi JM and Stürzl W (2008). How insects acquire and use views for homing. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.
  6. Zhang S, Chen S, Cai F, Si A, Tautz J & Su S (2008). East learns from west: asiatic honeybees can understand dance language of european honeybees. Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference. Coffs Harbour, Australia.

Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (ARVO)

  1. Cameron AM & Lamb TD (2008). Recovery of human rod bipolar cell response kinetics following rhodopsin bleaches. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 5819.
  2. Fotedar R, Mitchell P, Burlutsky G , Rose KE, Morgan IG & Wang JJ (2008). Potential influence of maternal smoking on refractive status and axial length: the Sydney myopia study. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 3142.
  3. James AC, Maddess TL, Kolic M & Goh XL (2008). Dichoptic pupillographic multifocal visual field assessment for glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1100.
  4. Lamb TD, Collin SP & Pugh EN Jr (2008). Evolution of the vertebrate eye, retina, and photoreceptors: hypotheses and tests. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1265.
  5. Maddess TL, James A C, Carle CF, Kolic M & Goh XL (2008). Higher resolution pupillographic multifocal visual field assessment. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1099.
  6. Mahroo OA, Khan KN, Ganesan C, Shen S, Mustafa Y & Lamb TD (2008). Suppression of human cone circulating current by steady backgrounds assessed at early times using the electroretinogram. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 5820.
  7. McCarthy CS, Megaw P & Morgan IG (2008). How important is dopamine in the control of eye growth? Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1733.
  8. Morgan IG & Ashby RS (2008). Atropine and ADTN up-regulate retinal ZENK mRNA expression – but only in eyes developing myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1730.
  9. Rose KA, Ip J, Rochtchina E, Morgan IG & Mitchell P (2008). Height, weight and their relationship to refractive error and ocular biometry in adolescent Australian school children., Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 49: E-Abstract 1553.

International Congress of Eye Research

XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China 2008.

  1. James AC, Goh XL, Maddess T, Henriksson L & Vanni S (2008). Multifocal visual field mapping using the general linear model. XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China.
  2. Maddess T, James AC, Goh XL, Kolic M & Carle CF (2008b) Multifocal pupillographic perimetry for glaucoma. XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China.
  3. Morgan IG (2008). Is dopamine really a key growth regulator. XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China.
  4. Morgan IG & Rose KA (2008). Three phases of refractive development in children. XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China.
  5. Provis JM (2008). Conflict of interest in the macula: blood vessels vs. neurons. XVIII International Congress of Eye Research, Beijing, China.
  6. International Myopia Conference
  7. Chia A, Chua WH, Tan D , Rose KA & Morgan IG (2008). Defocus lens and myopia progression. International Myopia Conference, Palm Cove. p 45.
  8. Flens C, Morgan IG & Boelen M (2008). Diurnal cycling changes affinity in D1, but not D2 dopamine receptors. International Myopia Conference, Palm Cove. p 52.
  9. McCarthy CS, Taylor R, Megaw P & Morgan IG (2008). Is dopamine a bidirectional regulator of eye growth? International Myopia Conference, Palm Cove. p 56.
  10. Morgan IG (2008). Has myopia lost its mystery? The interplay of social history and biology. International Myopia Conference, Palm Cove. p 4.

International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration

  1. XIIIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.

    Chrysostomou V, Stone J & Valter K (2008). Strain-dependant differences in photoreceptor sensitivity to oxygen in the rat. XIIIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.

  2. Valter K, Maccarone R, Fisher J, Salmon C, Stowe S & Bisti S (2008). Saffron supplementation provides both structural and functional protection to the retina from bright light-induced degeneration. XIIIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.
  3. Zhu Y, Natoli R, Valter K & Stone J (2008). Microarray analysis of hyperoxia stressed mouse retina: differential gene expression in the inferior and superior region. XIIIth International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration, Emeishan, Sichuan, China.

Other

  1. Bordier C, Dojat M, Vasseur F & James AC (2008). Comparison of the phase encoded and the multifocal mapping of the primary visual cortex. 14th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Melbourne.
  2. Dacke M & Srinivasan MV (2008). Honeybees with two odometers. Ninth Royal Institute of Navigation Conference, University of Reading, U.K., 2-4 April.
  3. Edwards M (2008). Tuning properties of local-motion pooling units. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida, USA.
  4. Evangelista C, Kraft P, Dacke M, Labhart T & Srinivasan MV (2008). Critically testing the role of the polarization compass in honeybee navigation. International Conference on New Directions in Research on Polarization of Light, Heron Island, Australia, 9-14 June.
  5. Ibbotson MR (2008). Seeing depends on looking. NOSA conference, Canberra, Australia.
  6. Maccarone R, DiMarco S, Fisher J, Salmon C, Bisti S & Valter K (2008). Timecourse of protective effect of saffron in light-induced. Proceedings of 7th International Symposium on Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Budapest, Hungary.
  7. Maddess T, James AC, Goh XL & Kolic M (2008). Pupillographic multifocal objective perimetry for glaucoma. American Academy of Ophthalmology. Atlanta, USA.
  8. Maddess T, James AC, Kolic M & Goh XL (2008) Higher Resolution Pupillographic Multifocal Perimetry. International Perimetric Society. Nara, Japan.
  9. Mahroo OA & Lamb TD (2008). Human cone photopigment regeneration assessed using the electroretinogram: slower recovery following intense bleaches. Physiological Society Cambridge Meeting, Abstract PC106, 130P.
  10. Morgan IG (2008). Use of imposed myopic defocus to control the progression of myopia. European Vision and Eye Research Conference, Portoroz.
  11. Morgan IG & Rose KA (2008). Spherical equivalent versus AL/CR ratio – a tool for classifying refractive error. European Vision and Eye Research Conference, Portoroz.
  12. Sivyer B, Taylor WR & Vaney DI (2008) Synaptic mechanisms underlying velocity tuning of different types of direction-selective ganglion cells in rabbit retina. FASEB Summer Research Conference on Retinal Neurobiology and Visual Processing, Snowmass Colorado. Poster # 56.
  13. Srinivasan MV (2008). From visual guidance in insects to autonomous aerial vehicles. American Control Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA, 11-13 June.
  14. Srinivasan MV (2008). More than a honey machine: vision, navigation and cognitive capacity in honeybees. 8th International Bee Congress, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, 22-26 July.
  15. Srinivasan MV (2008). Probing cognitive capacity in honeybees. Invited lecture, Gatsby Workshop on Simpler Cognitive Systems, London, U.K., 24-26 November.
  16. Srinivasan MV (2008). Sensible sensing in biology and engineering: visual guidance of insect flight, and applications to robotics. International Conference on Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering, Cetraro, Italy, 12-16 October.
  17. Srinivasan MV (2008). Vision-based navigation and control of micro aerial vehicles. Proceedings, first US-asian demonstration and assessment of micro aerial vehicle and unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology, Agra, India, 10-15 March 2008.
  18. Srinivasan MV (2008).Vision, navigation and cognition in social insects. 2008 Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Brisbane, Australia, 18 July.
  19. Srinivasan MV (2008).Visually guided navigation in honeybees. 8th International Bee Congress, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, 22-26 July.
  20. Valter K, Kirk DK, Stone J & Eells JT (2008). Value of near-infrared treatment in retinal degeneration. Proceedings of 7th International Symposium on Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Budapest, Hungary.
  21. Vaney DI, Sivyer B & Taylor WR (2008) Synaptic mechanisms underlying velocity tuning of different types of direction-selective ganglion cells in rabbit retina. 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC. Poster 365.9.
  22. Young JM, Dreher B & Obermayer K (2008). Superiority of timing- vs. rate-based synaptic plasticity rules for the refinement of cortical receptive fields. Proceedings Society for Neuroscience 38 Program#/ Poster 326.14/C5.
  23. Yu DY, Morgan WH, Su EN, Sun XH, Cringle SJ, Yu PK, House P, Guo XY & Yu XB (2008). Role of conjunctival lymphatics in glaucoma drainage surgery. The World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC) Hong Kong, China.
  24. Yu DY, Su EN, Morgan WH & Cringle SJ (2008). Applications of cross-linked gelatin in ophthalmology, The World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC) Hong Kong, China.
  25. Zeil J (2008). The topography of vision revisited. Plenary lecture, International Seminar on Evolutionary Studies in Behavioral Neuroscience. The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Tokyo, Japan.

ARVO

  1. Goh XL, Maddess T & James AC (2007). Luminance and chromatic multifocal pupillographic perimetry. Investigative Ophthamology and Visual Science 48:1628.
  2. James AC, Goh XL & Maddess T (2007). Multifocal dichoptic pupillography in glaucoma. Investigative Ophthamology and Visual Science 48:1629.
  3. Maddess T & James AC (2007). Pupillographic multifocal visual field assessment for glaucoma. Investigative Ophthamology and Visual Science 48:1630.
  4. Rose KA, Ip J, Kifley A, Maddess T, Mitchell P & Morgan IG (2007). Sydney Childhood Eye Study, Sydney Myopia Study. Investigative Ophthamology and Visual Science 48:1535.

Asia ARVO

  1. Chrysostomou V, Stowe S, Valter K & Stone J (2007). Reversal of cone functional loss in the P23H-3 retina by management of ambient light. Proceedings of Asia ARVO, Poster – 234.
  2. Kirk DK, Eells J, Chrysostmou V, Stone J & Valter K (2007). Effect of 670nm photon therapy on the ERG of non-degenerative and degenerative retinae. Proceedings of Asia ARVO, Poster – 259.
  3. Valter K, Kirk DK, Fisher J & Stone J (2007). The effects of light management on the cones of the degenerating P23H-3 retinae during development. Proceedings of Asia ARVO, Poster – 258.
  4. Zhu Y, Valter K, Provis JM & Stone J (2007). Protective mechanisms in the retina: comparison of the protection induced by light stress and by hyperoxia. Proceedings of Asia ARVO, Poster – 265.

Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting

  1. Carle CF, James AC & Maddess T (2007). High resolution multifocal pupillographic perimetry in glaucoma. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 38.
  2. Chrysostomou V, Stone J, Stowe S, Barnett NL & Valter K (2007). Light-regulated damage and repair of cones in the rhodopsin-mutant P23H-3 rat retina. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 26.
  3. Kirk DK, Stone J, Eells J & Valter,K (2007). 670nm NIR-LED increases antioxidant production in the P23H-3 model of retinal dystrophy. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 27.
  4. Kozulin P, Ohms S, Natoli RC, Madigan MC & Provis JM (2007). Microarray analysis of the developing primate retina: Differential gene expression in the fovea. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 20.
  5. Maddess T, James AC, Goh XL, Kolic M & Carle CF (2007). Multifocal pupillograpic perimetry for glaucoma. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, symposium 2, Paper 3.
  6. Megaw P, McCarthy SC & Morgan IG (2007). Retinal dopamine release is depressed by both negative and positive lens, despite different growth responses, Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 30.
  7. Natoli R, Provis J, Valter K & Stone J (2007). Stress response in the hyperoxia-challenged mouse retina. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 24.
  8. Petratchkov S, Maddess T & Morgan IG (2007b). Form deprivation and restoration of form vision changes the pattern of scleral glycosaminoglycan (sGAG) synthesis. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 31.
  9. Querubin A, Bumsted-O’Brien K & Provis JM (2007). Photoreceptor topography in the pigeon retina. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 23. [Awarded best basic science student poster]
  10. Romo P, Madigan MC, Cullen K & Provis JM (2007). In vitro effects of TGF-ß and FGF on proliferation and migration of retinal endothelial cells and Müller cells. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 22.
  11. Ruseckaite R, Cameron AM, Miao L, Lamb TD (2007). Light adaptation and dark adaptation of the human visual system. Proceedings of Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 10.
  12. Rutar M & Valter K (2007). Effects of short-term bright light exposure on the albino rat retina: similarities to AMD histopathology. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 29.
  13. Taylor RRL & Maddess T (2007). Spatial biases and computational limits on the cortical encoding of local image structure. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Oral Session 1, Paper 1.
  14. Vogalis F, Jarvinen JLP, Wada Y, Kawamura S, Shiraki T, Kojima D, Fukada Y & Lamb TD (2007). Photoresponses in zebrafish rods expressing a cone-specific GRK. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Oral session 1, Paper 3.
  15. Zhu Y, Valter K & Stone J (2007). Preconditioning with bright light evokes a protective response against hyperoxic damage in C57BL/6J retina. Proceedings of the Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Poster – 28.

Australian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASSAB)

  1. Ebeling W & Hemmi JM (2007). Eye to eye with wallabies: characterising the photoreceptors in marsupial retinas. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 38.
  2. How MJ, Zeil J, Hemmi JM & Peters, RA (2007). Modulation of a movement-based visual signal depending on sender-receiver distance: the claw waving display of the fiddler crab Uca perplexa. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 20.
  3. Narendra A (2007). Learning and visualisation of nest associated visual cues in the Australian desert ant Melophorus bagoti. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 26.
  4. Peters RA, Hemmi JM & Zeil J (2007). Adjusting the sails: lizards modify their displays in windy conditions. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 20.
  5. Smolka J & Hemmi JM (2007). Spotting the enemy: Resolution and contrast sensitivity of the fiddler crab compound eye. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 16.
  6. Zhang SW, Pahl M, Si A, Pix W & Tautz J (2007). Homing ability of the honeybee. Proceedings of Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference, p 27.

IBRO World Congress

  1. Bardy C, Wang C, FitzGibbon T, Parsons C, Calford MB & Dreher B (2007). Matching contextual modulation through lesioned and normal eyes: presumptive reorganization of cortical wiring to binocular cells in the primary visual cortex. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-171.
  2. Cameron AM & Lamb TD (2007). Dark adaptation of human rod bipolar cells. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-149.
  3. Clifford CWG, Crowder NA, Hietanen MA, Price NSC & Ibbotson MR (2007). Dynamics of contrast gain control in cat primary visual cortex. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-176.
  4. Ibbotson MR (2007). Visual motion detection in the cortex. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, SYM-40-2.
  5. Kanjhan R & Vaney DI (2007). Characterization of temperature-sensitive leak currents in rabbit and mouse retinal ganglion neurons. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POSSUN- 141.
  6. Roy S, Saalmann Y, Jayakumar J, Hu D, Martin PR, Dreher B & Vidyasagar TR (2007). Laminar distribution of functional cell classes in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) of the macaque monkey. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-193.
  7. Van Kleef J, Crowder NA, Dreher B & Ibbotson MR (2007). Complex cells became more simple-like at low contrasts: physiology and modelling. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-179.
  8. van Kleef J, Crowder NA, Dreher B & Ibbotson MR (2007). Complex cells become more simple-like at low contrasts: physiology and modelling. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-179.
  9. Van Wyk M, Vaney DI & Taylor WR (2007). Synaptic mechanisms mediating spatial and temporal tuning in the retina. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, SYM-32-3.
  10. Vidovic M, Wilson SLJ & Ibbotson MR (2007). Neuronal control of head movement in Apis Mellipera: Organisation of neck motoneurons in the suboesophageal and prothovacic ganglia. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SAT-248.
  11. Wang C, Bardy C, HuangJY, FitzGibbon T & Dreher B (2007). Effect of contrast on centre/surround interactions in primary visual cortex of the cat. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-177.
  12. Wang SP & Zhang SW (2007). Neural representation of sting pheromones in the worker honey bee antennal lobe. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-FRI-286.
  13. Wilson SLJ, Crowder NA & Ibbotson MR (2007). Adaptation improves temporal resolution in cat cortical neurons. Proceedings of 7th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience, POS-SUN-175.

Society for Neuroscience Meeting

  1. Hietanen MA, Crowder NA, Price NSC & Ibbotson MR (2007). Differential changes in the accuracy of contrast and speed tuning properties of area 17 and 18 neurons of the cat following adaptation at multiple speeds. Abst. Soc. Neurosci., San Diego, USA.
  2. Ibbotson MR, Crowder NA, Price NSC & Mustari MJ (2007). Saccadic suppression and latency reductions occur before saccades in macaque MST. Abst. Soc. Neurosci., San Diego, USA.
  3. van Kleef J, Crowder NA, Dreher B & Ibbotson MR (2007). Complex cells become more phasic at low contrasts: stochastic modelling and laminar distributions. Abst. Soc. Neurosci., San Diego, USA.

Vision Down Under

  1. Bardy C, Wang C & Dreher B (2007). Relationship between ‘spontaneous’ fluctuations in the magnitude of response and the phase-sensitivity of neurons in striate cortex. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 116.
  2. Bordier C, Goh XL, Vanni S, Henriksson L & James AC (2007). Mapping of visual evoked field responses to V1 and V2 current components by FMRI derived dipole locations and orientations. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 111.
  3. Cameron AM & Lamb TD (2007). Dark adaptation of human rod bipolar cells. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 93.
  4. Chrysostomou V, Stowe S, Valter K & Stone J (2007). Reversal of cone functional loss in the P23H-3 retina by management of ambient light. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, Poster – 105.
  5. Dreher B (2007). Signals from the ‘higher-order’ visual cortices modulate neuronal activities in the primary visual cortices. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 13.
  6. Ebeling W & Hemmi JM (2007). Characterising physiological and behavioural colour vision in marsupials. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 92.
  7. Fischer LP, Plakhotnik T, Zvyagin AV & Vorobyev M (2007). Waveguide contribution to the spectral sensitivity of human L and M cones. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 49.
  8. Goh XL, Vanni S & James AC (2007). Source localization of human multifocal visual evoked fields using MEG. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 111.
  9. How MJ, Zeil, J, Hemmi JM & Peters RA (2007). Modulation of a movement-based visual signal depends on receiver distance. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 84.
  10. Ibbotson MR, Crowder NA, Price NSC, Cloherty SL & Mustari MJ (2007). Time warps occur before saccades in macaque MST. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 22.
  11. Inverso SA, Doolan B & James AC (2007). Real-time influence of interocular transfer during binocular rivalry suppression. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 110.
  12. James AC, Goh XL, Henriksson L & Vanni S (2007). Imaging of human calcarine sulcus by multifocal functional MRI. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 110.
  13. Kanjhan R, Sivyer BMA, Hart NS & Vaney DI (2007). Juxtacellular recording and labelling of retinal ganglion cells. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 27.
  14. Kirk DK, Eells J, Stone J & Valter K (2007). 670nm photon treatment attenuates lipid peroxdation in the developing P23H-3 retina. PProceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 105.
  15. Kozulin P, Natoli RC, Madigan MC, Bumsted O’Brien K & Provis JM(2007). The Identification of molecular markers involved in primate retinal vascular patterning. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 103.
  16. Lamb TD, Collin SP & Pugh EN Jr (2007). Hagfish and lampreys provide clues to the evolution of the vertebrate eye. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 43.
  17. Narendra A (2007). Out in the twilight: use of polarisation cues in the primitive Bull ant. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 35.
  18. Peters RA, Hemmi JM & Zeil J (2007). Signalling against the wind: modifying motion signal structure in response to increased noise. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 34.
  19. Petratchkov S, Rosli Y, Goh XL, James AC & Maddess T (2007). The multifocal VEP (mfVEP) is able to distinguish between subjects with normal vision and those with wet or dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 109.
  20. Pignatelli V, Vorobyev M & Marshall J (2007). Unravelling double cone function in a species of reef fish, Rinecanthus aculeatus. Proceedings of Vision Down Under Meeting, p 87.
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