Professor Irene Gottlob, Ophthalmology, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology & Behaviour, University of Leicester

Professor Irene GottlobProfessor Gottlob is involved with the Leicester Ophthalmology group and her main areas of research are the regulation of eye movements and their disorders, in particular nystagmus. Current areas of active research include understanding the genetics of neuro-ophthalmic diseases, improving diagnosis and treatment of nystagmus, amblyopia and other neuro-ophthalmic diseases .  Professor Gottlob is the author of more than 150 peer reviewed research papers and book chapters.  She is section editor of the British Journal of Ophthalmology and on the editorial board of other scientific journals. Professor Gottlob is an enthusiastic teacher of clinical and research students and trainees. She greatly enjoys teaching and has been named academic role model for students and trainees by the BMA.

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