Introducing Jeremy Chiang, our PhD candidate researching nerve damage with cancer treatment. He is looking at how the eyes could be a window to the nervous system using a sophisticated eye scan, known as laser scanning confocal microscopy.

Jeremy works closely with patients and medical teams at the Prince of Wales Hospital. He is a keen educator and science communicator, with roles as a clinical and research supervisor, ARVO Science Communication Training Fellow and mentor for new UNSW HDR students.

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