CRB1 Research Meetings & Symposiums

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In 2013, when the CRBF was only two years “old”, we hosted the first ever CRB1 research symposium in the United States.  Since then, we have hosted several symposiums, dinner discussions, and even had the honor of being chosen for a Special Interest Group presentation at the highly prestigious ARVO meeting (see below).  The connections and discussions have helped shape the work we are doing to understand the basic science of how mutations in the CRB1 gene affect vision.

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2015 – CRB1 Dinner and Discussion at American Society for Human Genetics Conference, Baltimore, MD, USA

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2015 – CRB1 SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIG) presentation at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting Denver, CO, USA

2015 – CRB1 Dinner and Discussion at ARVO, Denver, CO, USA

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2014 – CRB1 Research SYMPOSIUM Temple University, Philadelphia, USA

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2014 – Dinner & Discussion, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Orlando, FL, USA

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2013 – CRB1 Research SYMPOSIUM Temple University, Philadelphia, USA

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