Professor Luminita Paraoan has taken on the lead of Women in ISER (International Society for Eye Research), with the first networking event organised at the XXVth Biennial ISER Meeting in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (February 2023). The event is also part of the ISER Mentorship program for Early Career Researchers in Eye and Vision Science (http://www.iser.org/mentoring.html)
ISER was established in 1968 as an international organization to support eye and vision research having Experimental Eye Research (https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/experimental-eye-research) as the official publication of the society.
Co-Lead of RPE-Choroid Biology and Pathology section for XXV Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Eye Research, Gold Coast, Australia, 2023
GOLD ARVO FELLOW
Luminita Paraoan has been awarded Gold Fellow status by ARVO (Class of 2021). The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmic Research (ARVO) is the premier international eye and vision research organization in the world, with around 11,000 researchers from over 75 countries. Luminita’s award was given “for exemplary contributions and serving as a role model and mentor for individuals pursuing careers in vision and ophthalmology research and to further ARVO’s vision to advance research worldwide into understanding the visual system and preventing, treating and curing its disorders, which includes advancing basic and clinical knowledge and serving as the leading international forum for vision research and the primary advocate for vision science worldwide.
Professor Luminita Paraoan named in the TOP 100 Women in Ophthalmology
Solving the RPE Puzzle
IACD Professor Elected Vice-President of International Research Organisation
Understanding the ageing eye
Leading Macular Society’s Virtual Clinic on Understanding the ageing eye to help Beat Macular Disease https://www.macularsociety.org/about/media/news/understanding-ageing-eye-help-beat-macular-disease/
Professor Luminita Paraoan discusses her vital molecular research which has been looking deep inside the eye to see what happens as macular disease develops.