News & Events
ICTER: Brightening Up Life (video about the activity of the International Centre for Translational Eye Research)
A new paper by IDoc group researchers, international scientists and a spin-off company published in “Biomedical Optics Express”
“Research conducted at the ICTER is not art for art’s sake. They improve ophthalmology and save patients’ lives” – interview with Dr. Piotr Chaniecki, Ophthalmic Surgeon
Interview with Anna M. Ambroziak, MD, Scientific Director of the Ophthalmology Center Świat Oka in Warsaw
Retina and choroid without secrets. STOC tomography enables unprecedented views of eye structure – new paper in iScience by prof. M. Wojtkowski et al.
A new way to monitor blood flow in the brain. The πNIRS technique could revolutionize medical diagnostics – paper in Biomed by Dawid Borycki, PhD et al.
Interview on how Data science is helping the search for more effective anti-cancer therapies by Marcin Tabaka, PhD
Eyes well – dressed. We talk about the latest fashion trends in eyewear optics with the owner of the Studio Optyk optical store, Jarosław Bugaj
How to improve microendoscopes? New probe design brings promises to improve biomedical imaging – paper in IEEE Photonics Journal by Karol Karnowski, PhD
Fascinated with the eye: Prof. Marco Ruggeri translates clinical needs into research, new ophthalmic technologies, and patents
“The face of a modern Renaissance man” – an interview with Dr. Jakub Bogusławski, engineer of useful lasers
Physical Optics and Biophotonics
The research in our group can be seen as a perfect interplay between physics, biology and chemistry. We are focusing on developing imaging techniques and using them in many biological and chemical systems.
Integrated Structural Biology
Research aims to elucidate the mechanisms of vision, particularly proteins of the phototransduction pathway and the visual cycle, at an atomic and molecular level.
Image-guided Devices for Ophthalmic Care
We seek to research novel techniques and develop instrumentation to address unanswered questions in vision science and unmet needs in ophthalmology and optometry.
Ophthalmic Biology Laboratory
We use electrophysiology for investigating the system of local and distant communication between populations of neurons responsible for information processing.
Computational Genomics Group
We are interested in creating new approaches for comprehensive inference of developmental trajectories and delineation of cell atlases from single-cell data, understanding the role of cell-to-cell signaling and biological pathways in lineage commitment and transitions between cellular states.