Webinars

  • Celeris: Multifocal Electroretinograms (mfERGs) on Rats

    Celeris: Multifocal Electroretinograms (mfERGs) on Rats

    Guest speaker: Dr. James D. Akula, Department of Ophthalmology, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. In this webinar, Dr. James D. Akula showcases first-time ever high spatial resolution multifocal electroretinograms (mfERGs) on the rat model using the Diagnosys Celeris pattern stimulator. He discusses an array of mfERG tests performed in his lab and highlights the…

  • Visual Electrophysiology Masterclass

    Visual Electrophysiology Masterclass

    A panel of guest speakers. This is an online masterclass event co-hosted by BioMedix and Diagnosys LLC. Day 1 Session 1: Electrophysiology in Retinal Disorders Moderator: Dr Rupak Roy  Panelists: All speakers, Dr Dhanashree Ratra, Dr Chetan Rao, Dr Vinod Kumar  4:30 Dr Parveen Sen; Physiology and clinical application of Full-field ERG  12:45 Dr Tony…

  • Celeris: Rapid Throughput Simultaneous ERG and VEP

    Celeris: Rapid Throughput Simultaneous ERG and VEP

    Guest speaker: Dr. Tonia Rex, Hays Director of Translational Vision Research and Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Science at Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Associate Vice Chair for Translational Research in the Vanderbilt Eye Institute. In this webinar, Dr. Rex describes some of her animal model example cases and how she uses visual electrophysiology to advance…

  • Introduction to Pediatric Visual Electrophysiology Testing

    Introduction to Pediatric Visual Electrophysiology Testing

    Guest speaker: Dr. Alki Liasis, BSc, PhD, Director of Electrophysiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the Children’s Hospital. In this webinar, Dr. Alki Liasis provides an introduction to pediatric visual electrophysiology testing. In this session, he highlights important procedural steps and key considerations for pediatric electrophysiology testing using the Diagnosys ColorFlash stimulator.…

  • Introduction to the Full-field Sensitivity Threshold (FST) Visual Test

    Introduction to the Full-field Sensitivity Threshold (FST) Visual Test

    Guest speakers: Dr. Tomas Aleman, MD, Scheie Eye Institute, University of Pennsylvania and Dr. David Birch, PhD, Retina Foundation of the Southwest. In this webinar, Jeff Farmer, Dr. Tomas Aleman and Dr. David Birch present an introduction to full-field sensitivity threshold (FST) as a method for visual psychophysical testing. Following this introduction, they discuss indications…

  • Advanced Celeris Protocol Creation and Data Export

    Advanced Celeris Protocol Creation and Data Export

    Diagnosys speakers: Natalie Doran, Director of Customer Support, and Anna-Rosa Gejlsbjerg, European Head of Sales. In this webinar, Natalie and Anna-Rosa speak about the ins and outs of protocol creation and customization. They also go in depth about raw data exportation and the eXporter software designed for bulk data export for analysis.  Get the webinar…

  • Introduction to Celeris: Rodent Electroretinography (ERG) Testing

    Introduction to Celeris: Rodent Electroretinography (ERG) Testing

    Guest speaker: Dr. Adam Baker, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. This webinar is intended for those interested in or considering Diagnosys’ cutting-edge small animal testing system, Celeris. Our guest speaker Dr. Adam Baker, will present the key features and benefits of the Celeris. His twenty years of experience performing electroretinograms (ERGs) ideally positions him to speak…

  • Celeris: Rodent Electroretinography (ERG) for Testing the Genetics of Degenerative Disease

    Celeris: Rodent Electroretinography (ERG) for Testing the Genetics of Degenerative Disease

    Guest speaker: Dr. Steven Nusinowitz, UCLA Stein Eye Center. In this webinar, Dr. Nusinowitz, discusses how the Celeris system has been instrumental in advancing three ongoing research projects in his lab. Dr. Nusinowitz will explain how this cutting-edge system supports research, including details on test preparation, the waveforms produced by different cell types, and examples…