Excellence in Eye Research
We are a research and development centre created to develop cutting-edge Hi-Tech to support the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, enabling faster implementation of new therapies. We collaborate with the most prestigious eye care centres in Europe and North America, the Institute of Ophthalmology at University College London and the Gavin Herbert Eye Institute at the University of California, Irvine.
The Project was selected in the International Research Agendas competition by the Foundation for Polish Science. The Centre is part of the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. It is comprised of five independent research groups. The centre has two international partners for translational research and development.
The Institute of Ophthalmology at the University College London in the United Kingdom is our partner for clinical testing and implementation, and our scientific partner for basic and translational research is the University California Irvine in the United States.
Research fields: Medical physics, Biochemistry, Instrumentation engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ophthalmology, Biomedical engineering, Ophthalmic Biology.
Electrophysiological data analyses
Design of imaging devices
At ICTER, our passion is the eye, which is the human “window into the brain.” The eye reveals crucial information about the patient’s condition, and it is the main organ responsible for world perception. We study the human eye with maximum precision, from different scientific perspectives, within five disciplines, at scales ranging from macro to nano.
Prevention and early diagnosis
to limit the progression of eye diseases.
Development of methods
to introduce new therapies for the eyes.
Cooperation of scientists and business
to foster collaboration in the fields of Eye Med Tech and precision medicine.
Science in service of humanity
discovery of new therapies for eye disease treatment.
inventive and open-minded staff.
cooperative, dynamic, motivated and well-educated team.
real impact on eye health.
high ethical standards.
inclusiveness in accordance with Gender Equality Plan.