Visit from Professor Veit-Peter Gabel

Visit from Professor Veit-Peter Gabel

 

We are very much honoured to invite Professor Veit-Peter Gabel, the former Professor of Ophthalmology at the University Regensburg, the former Chairman of the University Eye Hospital, Regensburg and the former Director for ICO Fellowships, to visit our Department on 26th October 2017.

A tour of CUHK Eye Centre, CUHK Ophthalmic Research Centre and Hong Kong Eye Hospital was guided by our Chairman Prof Clement Tham followed by a research seminar. Our assistant professor Dr Carol Cheung presented on “Artificial intelligence: how it may take care of your health in near future” and our research student Mr Tony Man presented on “The use of pre-amplified ERG electrodes to improve the quality of records” in the research seminar. Our postgraduate students have benefited a lot from Prof Gabel’s teachings.

Prof Gabel was invited to deliver a Grand Round lecture on “Artificial Vision” at Hong Kong Eye Hospital as well. The lecture was well attended by doctors from both public and private sectors in Hong Kong and it was most enlightening for ophthalmologists and students. We do look forward to seeing Prof Gabel in the near future.

Photo 1Prof Veit-Peter Gabel (the middle), Mrs Christine Gabel (first from the left) took the photo at CUHK Ophthalmic Research Centre with our Chairman Prof Clement Tham (first from the right).

Photo 3Prof Clement Tham (first from the left) guided the tour of CUHK Eye Centre with our guests.

Photo 6Prof Veit-Peter Gabel delivered a lecture on “Artificial Vision” during Grand Round.

Photo 8Prof Clement Tham presented the certificate to Prof Veit-Peter Gabel.

Photo 9Group photo taken after the Grand Round lecture.

First row (from left to right): Dr Mårten Brelén (Assistant Professor of our Department), Mrs Christine Gabel, Prof Veit-Peter Gabel and Prof Clement Tham (Chairman of our Department).

Second row (from left to right): Dr Lam Nai Man (Deputy Hospital Chief Executive of Hong Kong Eye Hospital) and Dr Hunter Yuen (Consultant of Hong Kong Eye Hospital).