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What is the future of Vision Research?

The answer is easy – the young people interested in performing research in the eye, in the optic nerve, in the visual cortex and its underlying physiological and patho-physiological processes. Young motivated biologist, physicians, (bio-) chemists, engineers, physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists performing basic and applied research. Clinicians and geneticists are working hand in hand to solve the miracle of vision and for the search of new treatments.

The future of Vision Research is here!

The network of young vision scientist is the backbone of each lab. Here they can fully develop their career prospects. Here is the home of the young vision scientists.

Definition of Young Researcher

Young Researcher means researchers in the first 10 years (full-time equivalent) of their research activity, including the period of research training, since gaining a university (or equivalent institution of higher education) degree giving access to doctoral studies in the country in which the degree was obtained (the degree must entitle the holder to embark on doctoral studies, without having to acquire any further qualifications) and who have not yet obtained a doctoral degree.

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Questionnaire Young Vision Scientist [MS Word, doc]

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