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My main scientific interests are retinal physiology and optics. Retinal physiology dates back to my PhD project in physics at the Department of Biophysics, University of Groningen, and the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. At that time (1989-1993) I studied photoreceptor metabolism (sodium and potassium homeostasis and oxygen consumption) and spatiotemporal properties of ganglion cells in insects. Optics dates back to my postdoc project (1994-1995) in physiological optics at the Laboratory of Experimental Ophthalmology, University of Groningen. Currently, the research I'm involved in deals with physiological optics, retinal physiology, epidemiology, perimetry, and optical coherence tomography. The research is mainly directed towards glaucoma, my current subspecialty as an ophthalmologist.

Some pictures from my PhD project: intracellular recording from Calliphora vicina photoreceptor, optic chiasm of Calliphora vicina, and spikes recorded from optic chiasm (presumably from L4 and L5). My inaugural lecture (in Dutch).

International Perimetric Society (IPS) / European Association for Vision and Eye Research (EVER) / Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) / Vereniging voor Biofysica en Biomedische Techniek / Nederlandse Natuurkundige Vereniging / Nederlands Oogheelkundig Gezelschap / BCN / European Railway Timetable (Lynx-version from DB) / Fruitrassen / Kippenrassen / Middengolf en langegolf / Radio stream URLs / Proefjes voor Kinderen / Fortran 77 manual / Octave/MatLab manual / Gronings Ontzet - een "ooggetuige"verslag uit 1722 van Johannes van Velsen (9.8 Mb) / Oude Lego bouwplaten (5.0 Mb) / RoboMind: programming for children / Aluminium zeilboten

latest update: 15-10-2016