The eye has fascinated scientists from the earliest days of
biological investigation. The diversity of its parts and the
precision of their interac- tion make it a favorite model system
for a variety of developmental studies. The eye is a particularly
valuable experimental system not only because its tissues provide
examples of fundamental processes, but also because it is a
prominent and easily accessible structure at very early embryonic
ages. In order to provide an open forum for investigators working
on all aspects of ocular development, a series of symposia on
ocular and visual de- velopment was initiated in 1973. A second
purpose has been to foster communication between the basic research
worker and the clinical community. It is our feeling that much can
be learned on both sides from this interaction. The idea for an
informal meeting allowing a maximum exchange of ideas originated
with Dr. Leon Candeub, who supplied the necessary driving force
that made the series a reality.
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