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Researchers at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology are establishing a resource to supply patient-derived age-related macu…
We’re supporting the Friends of Moorfields and their fantastic volunteer programme through the pandemic and with a three year grant.
People with diabetes can be affected by diabetic retinopathy (DR), where high blood sugar levels can lead to sight loss.…
New work from Dr Amanda Carr at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology hopes to reveal how genes impact on the development o…
We are funding an innovation grant exploring how patients perceptions and understanding of their eye condition is impacted by use of RetinaRisk® - an app that gives an individualised risk assessment for the development of diabetic retinopathy.
The Covid-19 pandemic has sparked new ideas in clinical service delivery and healthcare across the NHS. The expanded use…
We’re funding a joint professorship combining world leading engineering and vision science.
Researchers at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology are developing a 3D model to investigate the mechanisms underlying gla…
Gene therapy has the potential to prevent or stop the loss of vision caused by genetic conditions. We’re funding a proje…
Inherited retinal diseases are a genetically and phenotypically diverse group of diseases that collectively form the lea…
Four in every 10,000 cases of blindness amongst children are caused by faulty genes preventing normal eye development during pregnancy.
Dominant optic atrophy (DOA) is the most common inherited disease of the optic nerve and a cause of progressive blindness in children and young adults
We’re co-funding ‘LiGHT’, a study that explores personalised therapy for glaucoma patients.
We’re funding research into a new treatment that could help prevent scarring caused by glaucoma.
We’re funding a Youth Forum so children and young people can have their say.
We’re investing in a cutting-edge zebrafish facility so researchers can explore new treatments for blinding conditions.
We’re funding a trial of digital keys for medicine cupboards so staff can access medicines faster.
Researchers at Moorfields are searching for a new way to treat patients who get a build up of debris in the back of the eye.
We’re funding a research study that will use deep learning to evaluate causes of inherited retinal diseases.
We’re funding a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of using tap water to clean contact lenses.
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