Dr. Alex Huang of the University of California San Diego School of Medicine will study glaucoma filtration surgeries with the aim of improving surgical success for lowering eye pressure and providing neuroprotection.
The new way to measure ocular aging opens treatment avenues for numerous eye diseases.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) today announced the 2023 recipients of the RPB/AAO Award for IRIS Registry Research.
RPB acknowledges the passing of a dedicated former Board member.
Patricia Ann D’Amore, PhD, MBA, is recognized for ground-breaking contributions to the field of vision research.
Dr. Akrit Sodhi at Johns Hopkins Medicine has published a new study showing promise for an experimental treatment to prevent or slow vision loss in people with diabetes.
RPB launches awards in data science and Diabetic Eye Disease.
Leaders of organizations that fund vision research convene in Washington DC to increase collaboration and maximize the impact of research funding for sight-threatening diseases.
An RPB grantee makes a key discovery involving genes that are essential for eye health.
RPB funds a new round of researchers and hits a milestone in supporting vision-related breakthroughs.
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Dr. Krzysztof Palczewski develops and applies cutting-edge gene editing techniques to challenging genetic conditions.
David J. Calkins, PhD, is recognized for ground-breaking contributions to the field of vision research.
Award recipients to use the American Academy of Ophthalmology IRIS® Registry (Intelligent Research in Sight) clinical database to improve care for all patients.
Research to Prevent Blindness and Castle Biosciences are partnering to provide new opportunities for medical students to pursue ocular cancer research.
Research to Prevent Blindness and Aerie Pharmaceuticals are partnering to provide grant opportunities to support novel research in glaucoma.
RPB and the AOCOO-HNS Foundation are launching a multi-year partnership to provide funding to increase research opportunities in vision science for students of osteopathic medicine.
This ground-breaking research accomplishment will open new doors for research on neurodegenerative diseases like AMD.
The awards offered cover a wide variety of topics in vision science, including glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, ocular cancer, amblyopia, low vision, and many more.
RPB grantees provide expert insight on geographic atrophy and dry AMD as part of the "Lunch & Learn" series.
The AUPO created a video tribute to RPB's Chairman Emeritus.
Join RPB and Apellis Pharmaceuticals for a virtual event on Feb. 25 to learn about cutting-edge research into geographic atrophy and dry AMD.
RPB grantees provide expert advice on dry AMD as part of the "Lunch & Learn" series.
The RPB Chairman Emeritus made an incredible impact on the vision research field, from his efforts to initiate support for the creation of the National Eye Institute to his decades-long leadership of RPB.