Many research studies could not take place without the participation of people living with inherited sight loss.
This webinar covers key questions and topic areas including what Usher syndrome is, how to get a diagnosis, both clinical and genetic, and what will happen after this.
Mini-retinas are essentially mini eyeballs in a dish. They contain all of the cell types in the human retina and we can perform many experiments on these to figure out the missing pieces in the puzzle.
VisionAid is a family owned and run business who have been providing solutions to visually impaired people since 1996 and are now one of the largest specialist low vision and blindness product suppliers in the UK.
Professor Mariya Moosajee looks at the latest research, clinical trials and treatment prospects for people affected by Usher’s syndrome.
Our first Expert is Simon Keightley, a consultant ophthalmic surgeon and Director of Examinations for the International Council of Opthalmology. With more than 35 years in the field, Simon is ready and waiting for your questions.
We were joined for this popular ‘Ask the expert’ session by Samantha de Silva, a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at Oxford Universities Hospital Trust.
We are excited to be joined by Hair Stylist Anna Cofone to explore all things hair and scalp care.
A general overview of the clinical trials process and practicalities, including issues to consider if you are given the opportunity to take part.
Alex Pitts from British Blind Sport talks about the benefits of sport and physical activity and the BBS Have a Go Days and Active at Home programme.