“Mass Spectrometry-based Tear Proteomics” is among the top 10 most-cited papers

Our research paper “Mass Spectrometry-based Tear Proteomics for Noninvasive Biomarker Discovery” published in Mass Spectrometry Reviews, has made it to the top 10 most-cited papers!
A heartfelt thank you to our research team and all the scientists who cited our work. Your support drives us to continue our exploration for noninvasive diagnostic solutions.
For anyone interested in how tear proteomics can revolutionize biomarker discovery, you can find our paper here.

Master’s Degree in Optometry and Vision Science Open Day

Interested in a career in Optometry and Vision Science?  Join us for the Master’s Degree in Optometry and Vision Science Open Day!
 Date: May 6, 2024
 Time: 1:00 PM
 Mode: Online event
To attend, visit our page and click on the event link:  https://elearning.unimib.it/course/view.php?id=53817. Don’t miss this chance to learn all about our program from the comfort of your home!
See you there!

“In-vitro dehydration kinetics coefficient of Kalifilcon A and other contact lens materials” is online

The paper “In-vitro dehydration kinetics coefficient of Kalifilcon A and other contact lens materials” published on Scientific Reports by  Erika Ponzini, Francesco Maspero,  Anna Galli and  Silvia Tavazzi is available online as open access article. 



COMIB at NCC 2024 in Eindovhen

Fabrizio Zeri presented his research at the NCC conferenceCOMIB researchers Dr. Aziza Obain and Dr. Fabrizio Zeri attended the NCC (Netherlands Contact lens Congress) in Eindhoven on 10th and 11th of March, 2024.

Dr Zeri presented the results of a prospective double-masked crossover RCT about a new multifocal contact lenses carried out in three European sites: COMIB, Milan-Italy; the Institute of Optometry, London-UK; and the Kontactlinse Istittutet, Aarhus-Denemark.



COMiB at Università Svelate

On the occasion of “Università Svelate” the day called by CRUI, the University of Milano-Bicocca is organizing workshops and guided tours to introduce the secrets of the university’s research and scientific activities.

Researchers from the School of Science tell about their research, offer interactive activities to help people understand complex scientific principles, and open the doors to the departments’ laboratories to introduce and illustrate their activities.

The degree course in Optics and Optometry will be present with booth “The iris of the eye seen up close“.

When: March 20, 2024, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Where: Galleria della Scienza (piazza della Scienza – ingressi lato edifici Atlas-U1 e Quantum-U2)