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Research Landscapes: Shannon E. Boye, Ph.D.

Shannon E. Boye, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine’s department of ophthalmology, discusses her research involving developing gene therapies for devastating forms of blindness.

PARVO 2016

The Boye lab was represented by both Sanford Boye and Tyler McCullough at this year’s PARVO meeting in Corsica. Sanford presented our work,  “Modifying the AAV capsid for increased transduction following intravitreal injection” in oral format on Wednesday, June 22nd! After work, he and Tyler joined their Gator colleagues for a scenic cruise to…

Dr. Boye is awarded the 2016 MOMS for Sight Visionary Award

At their annual ‘Black Ties and Blindfolds’ fundraiser, Dr. Boye was honored with this award for her dedication to education, research, and support of the visually impaired community. Thank you MOMS for Sight for continuing to raise awareness and for your recognition!…

Dr. Scalabrino’s Commencement Ceremony

We are excited to celebrate our newest doctor at the Annual College of Medicine Graduate Convocation on Thursday, April 28, 11:00-12:00. Miranda and I will be tirelessly practicing the hooding ritual until then so we don’t mess it up!…

Congratulations Dr. Scalabrino!

Miranda is PHinally Done! Good job successfully defending your thesis! We wish you all the best in your future scientific endeavors!…

ARVO- Seattle

Looking forward to presenting Boye Lab research May 1st-5th in Seattle! Sunday, May 1st, 1:30-3:15: Shreyasi Choudhury’s poster, “Novel Methodology for Creating Primate Retina with Sortable Cell Populations: Monday, May 2nd, 11:00: Shannon Boye’s talk, “Towards a clinical trial to treat GUCY2D Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA1)”- Room Tahoma 1/2…

Miranda Scalabrino’s Final Defense- March 18th, 9:00 am

Please join me on Friday, March 10th at 9:00 am in C1-4 of the Communicore for Miranda’s seminar entitled, “Adeno Associated Viral Gene Therapy Targeting On Bipolar Cells Restores Function in a Mouse Model ofCongenital Stationary Night Blindness.” We wish you luck!…