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Dr Emily Patterson
G4
Institute of Ophthalmology
11-43 Bath St
London
London
EC1V 9EL
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Appointment
  • Research Fellow
  • Institute of Ophthalmology
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Biography

Significant expertise in retinal imaging and in colour vision, enabling assessment of structural and functional phenotypes across a variety of retinal conditions. Recent work has focused on establishing relationships between genotype and phenotype in patients with hereditary cone disorders, such as achromatopsia and X-linked cone dysfunction. Long-term career goals are to establish relationships between photoreceptor loss and colour vision in patients with degenerative retinal diseases using highly sensitive imaging and psychophysical techniques. Understanding this relationship will provide much needed information about the time course of disease, as well as having important implications for postreceptoral mechanisms. The principles can then be directly applied clinically to detect early signs of retinal disease, monitor progression and assess treatment efficacy.

Well-established international profile, with numerous collaborators and contacts across the U.S., the U.K., and Ireland. Experience in managing the strategic direction of a global organisation by serving on the Board of Trustees for the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO). Socially-engaged and highly motivated, striving to improve skills and self in all undertakings, whether it be lecturing, disseminating research at international conferences, playing piano, or cooking at home. 

Research Groups
Teaching Summary

Lecturing
Medical Retina Level 1, UCL Autumn 2019
Fundamentals of Neuroscience, MCW Spring 2019, 2018, 2017
Ophthalmology Career Development Series, MCW Summer 2018
Retina, MCW Spring 2018
Biology of Vision, MCW Spring 2018


Co-mentored six students


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