Imagine Eyes appoints Barbara Lamory-Bardet as Manager of Quality and Regulatory Affairs
We are happy to announce that Mrs Barbara Lamory-Bardet has been appointed as Manager of Quality and Regulatory Affairs (QRA) at Imagine Eyes®. In this new position, Barbara will direct quality management as well as all compliance and certification activities. “I am grateful to Barbara for taking up this new challenge. No doubt that her extensive skills and firm determination will quickly result in expanding our market access and international reach” says Nicolas Chateau, CEO at Imagine Eyes.
rtx1 : new clinical results in vascular imaging at ESH 2018
rtx1 users will be presenting new clinical results at the upcoming European Society of Hypertension meeting in Barcelona, in June 8-11.
rtx1 users present clinical results at ARVO 2018
Several users of the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera will present new clinical results at the ARVO 2018 meeting, in Honolulu from Apr 29 to May 2.
Many thanks to rtx1 users for their great lectures at JOS 2018!
Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who presented at the JOS 2018 « Nichigan » meeting in Osaka last week.
Morning seminar about rtx1 imaging in Japan
The rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera will be featured in a special morning seminar with 3 lectures, during the 122th Annual Meeting of Japanese Ophtalmology Society on April 20th, 2018, in Osaka, Japan. Read more
AOimage 3.3: tracking microscopic changes in the retina is easier than ever
AOimage 3.3, our new software version for the rtx1 AO retinal camera, introduces a key feature that dramatically enhances follow-up examination workflow: the rtx1 can now align images from different visits with cellular-scale accuracy, in just one click. It enables straightforward tracking of the exact same retinal area over time, which greatly facilitates longitudinal investigations. Upgrade your rtx1 software and save time during follow-up analysis !
Imagine Eyes appoints Marine Durand as its product manager for retinal imaging devices
We warmly welcomes a new recruit, Marine Durand, who will strengthen our company’s marketing team as Product Manager, Retinal Imaging Devices. Read more
First installation of an adaptive optics retinal camera in Northern Ireland
Imagine Eyes’ team is proud to announce that Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom is now the owner of an rtx1-e Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera. The new imaging device has been installed at the university’s Northern Ireland Clinical Research Facility (NICRF), at the Belfast City Hospital.
Franck Martins appointed as Opto-mechanical Designer at Imagine Eyes
Appointed as an Opto-mechanical Designer at Imagine Eyes, Franck Martins will play a key role in designing and engineering the company’s innovative retinal imaging devices. Franck’s main focus is to combine new functionality with high reliability and great usability, driven by clinical customers’ needs. Read more
Nicolas Lefaudeux appointed as R&D project leader at Imagine Eyes
Imagine Eyes’ team warmly welcomes a new recruit, Nicolas Lefaudeux, who will lead R&D projects to further develop the company’s brand of innovative retinal imaging products. “I am thrilled to join Imagine Eyes and tackle the challenge of delivering advanced retinal imaging products that will strongly benefit visual health. I also see my new job as a superb opportunity to collaborate with leading scientific and medical experts in an international context”, says Nicolas. “I have absolutely no doubt that Nicolas’ talents and experience will be key advantages for bringing our ambitious R&D program to fruition”, adds Xavier Levecq, CTO at Imagine Eyes.