The Loris and David Rich Postdoctoral Scholar Award
The International Retinal Research Foundation recognizes the need to strengthen and expand the international pool of vision scientists who possess the scientific, technical, and professional skills required to perform independent research. Addressing this need, Three IRRF Scholar Awards have been designated in honor of individuals who played a critical role in the development of the International Retinal Research Foundation and are meant to serve as a memorial to their efforts. One of the awards given is The Loris and David Rich Scholar Award.
Deadline for submitting nominations for The Scholar Awards is March 15, and will be reviewed by the IRRF Director of Education, with final approval to come from the Board of Directors. All notifications will be provided in writing by June 1, with a July 1 funding date.
2022 Loris and David Rich Postdoctoral Scholar
So Goto, MD, PhD University of California Berkeley School of Optometry So Goto, MD, PhD, has been selected as the 2022 Loris and David Rich
2021 Loris and David Rich Postdoctoral Scholar
Peter M.J. Quinn, PhD Columbia University New York, New York After receiving his BSc at The University of Manchester and MSc at Brunel University, Dr.
2020 Loris and David Rich, MD Postdoctoral Scholar
PROJECT TITLE: Electro-neural interface with single-cell resolution for the restoration of sight in Age Related Macular Degeneration Dr. Bhuckory received his BSc with honors in
2018 Loris and David Rich, MD Postdoctoral Scholar
Tia J. Kowal, PhD Stanford University Palo Alto, California Project Title: The Role of Primary Cilia for Retinal Ganglion Cells Palo Alto, California After graduating
2017 Loris and David Rich Postdoctoral Scholar Recipient
Project Title: Retinal Imaging with Optical Coherence Tomography in Neonatal Brain Injury to Evaluate and Improve Visual and Neurologic Outcomes. Sally Ong, MD, the 2017
2016 Loris and David Rich Postdoctoral Scholar Recipient
CIB2 in the retina: cell types, function and molecular mechanism Saumil S. Sethna, PhD University of Maryland School of Medicine Baltimore, Maryland Dr. Sethna joined