Microscopy June 2018

This month's microscopy session was a little different... Simon from the Royal Veterinary College brought eyes from an elephant and a rhinoceros for comparison with our usual human eyes. He's kindly provided some images which are at the end of this post. I guess it's no surprise that rhinoceros sclera is substantially thick (after all,… Continue reading Microscopy June 2018

Post meeting notes

No microscopy teaching this month, because I was hosting the British Association for Ophthalmic Pathology meeting. For this post, I'm going to reflect a bit on how I ran the meeting, in case future meeting organisers find my thoughts useful. This isn't a comprehensive "How to organise an academic conference" post, just some random thoughts… Continue reading Post meeting notes