Journal for Modeling in Ophthalmology

Journal for Modeling in Ophthalmology (JMO) was created in 2014 with the aim of providing a forum for interdisciplinary approaches integrating mathematical and computational modeling techniques to address open problems in ophthalmology. reade more about JMO's focus and scope.

JMO volume 1 is ready

It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the entire first volume! We are soon able to apply for PubMed indexation and that will be a significant step for the future of JMO!

The first two issues of the second volume are plannend to be published before the end of 2017.

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Issue 2-1 out now


This issue features highlights of research presented at ARVO as, to quote from the editorial by R.J. Braun:

 "At the ARVO annual meeting, the contributions that involve significant mathematical modeling of ocular physiology and procedures is on the increase. There has long been significant use of statistical methods for understanding data from a variety of uses such as in-vivo measurements and human trials of various sorts."

Furthermore, there is a very intersting study on Racial differences in the correlations between structural parameters and ocular blood flow in healthy eyes.

Two more articles will be added shortly, so do keep an eye out on the table of contents.

Posted: 2018-02-15

Issue 1-4: Special REVAMMAD issue


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The REVAMMAD project, part of the EU's Marie Curie Initial Training Network programme, is training a community of early career researchers in retinal vascular modelling, measurement (image processing and analysis) and retinal diagnosis.

Posted: 2017-07-19

JMO 1-3

The third issue is ready, check it out here  
Posted: 2017-06-19

The second issue is out now!


Introducing the second issue of Journal for Modeling in Ophthalmology, we hope the reader will enjoy both clinical and theoretical insights on glaucoma in short papers that followed the International Congress on Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Glaucoma (ICATTG15) held in Milan (Italy), October 29-31, 2015

Posted: 2016-12-14
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