MERLIN project at CORR Ophtalmic Imaging Symposium

Imagine Eye’s CEO, Nicolas Chateau, will speak at the CORR ( Combined Ophtalmic Research Rotterdam) Imaging Symposium, in Rotterdam on October 4th, 2019.
He will introduce the MERLIN project during his talk on Adaptive Optics Retinal Imaging

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ICFO visits IE to initiate the integration of the Merlin device

The integration of the MERLIN retinal imaging device is starting! Jordi Andilla visited Imagine Eyes to transfer the technology developped by ICFO for MERLIN

ICFO’s new recruits

ICFO, the Institute of Photonics and Sciences, hired Dr. Oumaima Sliti as postdoctoral researcher and Marina Cunquero as research engineer to work on the MERLIN project.

ERASMUS ‘ new recruits

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam hired Dr. Luisa Sanchez Brea and Dr. Danilo Andrade de Jesus as postdoctoral researchers on the MERLIN Project

IMAGINE EYES ‘ new recruits

Imagine Eyes hired 6 employees to work on the MERLIN project: Nicolas Lefaudeux (optical engineer and project manager), Franck Martins (optomechanical engineer), Dietmar Korn (electronics engineer and scientist), Babacar Wade (software developer), Marine Durand (product manager for retinal imaging), Sandrine Challiès (administrative assistant)

MUW ‘s new recruit

The Medical University of Wien hired Dr. Muhammad Faizan Shirazi as research associate on the MERLIN Project

Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy and OCT meeting organized by MERLIN partners

The Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy and OCT meeting, organized by MERLIN partners Michel Paques and Kate Grieve, will be held in Paris on September 4-5, 2019. It is the second edition of 2018 Autumn Course on #adaptiveoptics, which was a real success! Registration and poster submission are open!


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MERLIN partners at ARVO in Vancouver

MERLIN partners presented their work during the Imaging in the Eye & ARVO 2019 conferences in Vancouver !
– “The superficial peripapillary vascular layer is the most informative for glaucoma diagnosis – A multi-layer study based on OCT Angiography”, poster by Dr. Danilo Andrade de Jesus (Erasmus MC Rotterdam)
– “Motion correction in 3D-OCT data by intensity-based image registration: an evaluation study”, poster by Dr. Luisa Sanchez Brea (Erasmus MC Rotterdam)
– “Adaptive optics OCT angiography: What do we see more?”, presentation by Prof. Micheal Pircher (Medical University of VIenna).
Congratulations for their great presentations !

Vienna ‘s meeting with latest progress in retinal imaging

A consortium of European industrial, scientific and medical partners met on June 26 & 27  in Vienna, Austria, for their 6-month progress review on the MERLIN project. A real synergy between clinicians and scientists arised as they shared their latest advances on:
  • Optical coherence tomography (OCT),
  • Adaptive Optics imaging,
  • Image registration,
  • System integration.