The Gordon Sanderson Award

Richard Grills, the founder of Designs for Vision, well-known optometry and ophthalmology educator and long-time friend of Associate Professor Gordon Sanderson...

New smartphone ophthalmoscope

oDocs Eye Care is set to release the oDocs nun, a portable smartphone ophthalmoscope, capable of both mydriatic and non-mydriatic retinal imaging. The...

ONZ Update

Ophthalmology New Zealand (ONZ) has had a busy start to the year, working behind the scenes on the introduction of minimally-invasive glaucoma surgery...

RANZCO’s golden jubilee

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology’s (RANZCO’s) 50th Annual Scientific Congress, and associated parallel conferences for Australasian...

VIP treatment for corneal transplants

A new study in The American Journal of Pathology reports for the first time that the injection of neuropeptide vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) directly...

Post-op adjustable GDD

Three patients at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (MREH) are the first in the UK to test a new fully-adjustable surgical implant to drain excess eye fluid...

Open tech standards for better healthcare

In a move which significantly improves the ability for healthcare data to be shared between platforms and could keep healthcare costs down, Google, Amazon,...

NASA’s new vision devices

US company Web Vision Technologies has been awarded a grant to finalise the development of two new devices for NASA designed to monitor the vision health...

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