Partnership places patients at the heart of healthcare

Consumers Health Forum of Australia (CHF) and NPS MedicineWise have partnered to ensure consumers are at the centre of quality use of medicines and better...

Assessing retinal damage from anti-VEGF injections

In a first of its kind study, Mount Sinai Hospital researchers used optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) to measure potential retina damage...

Cataract surgery – alternative to drops

A dropless regimen after cataract surgery is preferred by 96% of patients and is a safe and effective alternative to reduce pain, inflammation and infection...

Retinal texture early sign of Alzheimer’s disease?

US researchers have developed an imaging technique measuring both the thickness and the textures of the retinal layers, potentially offering an early warning...

Vitamin A recycling and vision

An international, collaborative study reveals new insights into how our eyes use vitamin A for all day vision, offering a steppingstone to understanding...

Eye researcher drives Covid-19 vaccine

Massachusetts Eye and Ear (MEE) and Massachusetts General Hospital are working on an experimental vaccine called AAVCovid, a novel gene-based vaccine candidate for SARS-CoV2,...

Specs for keratoconus?

Researchers from the University of Liverpool in the UK are creating special spectacle lenses for people with keratoconus. Funded by the British charity...

Open for business: next steps for employers

You could be forgiven for thinking that New Zealand’s transition from the Covid-19 Alert Level 4 lockdown meant complex Covid-19 related employment scenarios...

Communicating Covid-19: Preparing clinicians to tackle challenging questions

The University of Melbourne is offering healthcare workers a free online course to obtain the core scientific, medical, ethical and legal knowledge to...

Advanced biometry webinars

Zeiss is hosting a weekly webinar series covering key topics on the practice of biometry and its impact on cataract surgery outcomes.  Five guest speakers from...

Making retinas in space

NASA has awarded US$5M to US biotech company LambdaVision to help it explore the benefits of microgravity for its unique, protein-based artificial retina.

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