Scientific partnership

Prof. Rando Allikmets – ABCA4, LCA and AR-RP chip development
Acquavella Associate Professor of Ophthalmology (in Ophthalmology and Pathology)
Director of Molecular Genetics Laboratory
Columbia University
USA

Dr. Carmen Ayuso – AR-RP chip development
Fundación Jiménez Díaz
Spain

Dr. Sandro Banfi – AR-RP chip development
Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine
Italy

Dr. Philip L. Beales – BBS, MKKS, BFLS, ALMS, AHO chip development
Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow in Clinical Science
Honorary Consultant in Clinical Genetics
Molecular Medicine Unit
Institute of Child Health (UCL)
United Kingdom

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Berger – CSNB chip development
Division of Medical Molecular Genetics and Gene Diagnostics
Institute of Medical Genetics of the University of Zurich
Switzerland

Prof. Frans Cremers – LCA, USHER and AR-RP chip development
Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences
The Netherlands

Christina Fasser – AR-RP chip development
Retina International
Switzerland

Dr. Britta Fiebig – Vitelliform macular dystrophy chip development
University of Regensburg
Institute of Human Genetics
Germany

Dr. William Kimberling – USHER chip development
Director, National Center for the Study and Treatment of Usher Syndrome
Boystown National Research Hospital

Dr. Robert Koenekoop – LCA and AR-RP chip development
Montreal Children’s Hospital Research Institute
Canada

Dr. Hannie Kremer – USHER chip development
Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences
The Netherlands

Jan D. Marshall – BBS, MKKS, BFLS, ALMS, AHO chip development
The Jackson Laboratory
USA

Dr. Diana Valverde – BBS, MKKS, BFLS, ALMS, AHO chip development
University of Vigo
Spain

Dr. Marcela Votruba  – ADOA chip development
Cardiff University, School of Optometry & Vision Sciences
United Kingdom

Dr. Christina Zeitz – CSNB chip development
Institut de la Vision
France

Jana Zernant Rajang – Corneal dystrophy chip development
Columbia University
USA

Prof. Bernard Weber – Vitelliform macular dystrophy chip development
University of Regensburg
Institute of Human Genetics
Germany