Queensland Vision Research Summit 2017

 

About 40 research optometrists, private practice optometrists, ophthalmologists, ophthalmology registrars, orthoptists, biomedical scientists and students attended the first Queensland Collaborative Vision Research Symposium at QUT.

They discussed potential topics for collaborative research including myopia, amblyopia and microbiota and the eye, and potential research questions that could be answered by cross-professional clinical trials.

Dr Ann Webber was the main organiser of the event on 27 June, in partnership with Queensland University of Technology School of Optometry and Vision Science, and Queensland Eye Institute (QEI).

Dr Webber said the goal of the first program was to foster networking among QUT vision scientists, biomedical scientists, optometrists, and ophthalmologists interested in clinical research.

 

Read the full article from Optometry Australia here.



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Ataxia Telangiectasia Clinic June 2017

 

Clarity Optometrists Dr Ann Webber and Elspeth Wrigley spent Friday 9th of June at The Wesley Hospital involved in the national Ataxia Telangiectasia clinic. This rare inherited condition affects the nervous system and leads to loss of eye movement control and coordination of body movement. Ann's research will develop methods to use eye movement control to monitor progression of the disorder. The clinic featured in the evening news, further creating awareness of this condition.
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Click here to see the news report:

https://tenplay.com.au/news/national/2017/6/9/genetic-heartbreak


 



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