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LEI appoints one of its own to managing director role

Long-time Lions Eye Institute (LEI) ophthalmologist and medical researcher Professor Bill Morgan has been appointed managing director of the organisation. Read more »

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Specsavers Clinical Conference returns for eighth edition

The final speaker lineup has been announced for the eighth Specsavers Clinical Conference (SCC8), one of the largest professional development events on Australasia’s optometric calendar. Read more »

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Glaukos completes acquisition of DOSE Medical

Glaukos has completed its acquisition of DOSE Medical Corporation, a developer of micro-invasive delivery platforms, in a deal worth US$2.5 million (AU$3.6 m). Read more »

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New grants available for glaucoma research

Glaucoma Australia (GA) is now accepting applications for its newly launched Glaucoma Research Grants Program. The organisation is seeking applications for research projects that support the organisation’s mission of eliminating glaucoma blindness. Read more »

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Casting some new light on visual field test

Visual field tests have changed significantly throughout my career. Despite the progress, in many ways the current technology lags behind modern research. Read more »

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The future of glaucoma on show in Melbourne

The 2019 edition of the World Glaucoma Congress was held in Melbourne from 27-30 March at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. In part one of his report, LEWIS WILLIAMS relays all the latest developments that have been made across the broad field of glaucoma research. Read more »

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IBM applies AI to predict glaucoma visual field test results

Scientists from IBM Research and New York University (NYU) have developed a novel, fast and non-invasive method of performing glaucoma visual field tests using artificial intelligence (AI) trained on retinal imaging data. Read more »

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'Organ-on-a-chip' designed to speed up glaucoma research

Researchers have created a novel ‘organ-on-a-chip’ device that has potential applications in the field of glaucoma diagnosis. Read more »

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Tree shrew has potential to accelerate dry eye research

Scientists have discovered that the tree shrew – a mammal with a highly similar genetic make-up to humans – might have the potential to help unlock new understandings of dry eye disease (DED). Read more »

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LEI appoints respected WA business leader to board

The Lions Eye Institute (LEI) has appointed experienced scientist, geologist and award-winning business executive Dr Erica Smyth to its board of directors. Read more »

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Glaucoma patients pose crash risk, despite passing eye test

Glaucoma patients are at least five times more likely to be involved in a motor vehicle crash compared with others in the same age group, despite meeting legal driving requirements, a new study has found. Read more »

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Five eyecare professionals recognised in Queen’s birthday honours

Five Australian ophthalmologists have received awards as part of the 2019 Queen’s birthday honours list, including two researchers from Lions Eye Institute (LEI). Read more »

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