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Could new imaging technology predict path of age-related macular degeneration ?
What can we do to reduce blindness around world?
Is there a link between vitamin D deficiency and uveitis?
Gene therapy new frontier in fight against glaucoma
Global collaboration cracks genetic code of debilitating eye disease
“My vision impairment has pushed me further”: Sarah’s story
“I’ve learned to live in hope, not fear”: Diana’s story
Uncovering causes of keratoconus
CERA researchers awarded NHMRC grants for artificial intelligence in eye health
Australian researchers reveal new insights into retina’s genetic code
New research could help repair optic nerve damage from glaucoma
CERA continues collaboration with World Health Organization
“We have in mind future”: Judith and Brian
Robert’s precious gift to eye research
Thank you for your support
Fresh talent to help advance hyperspectral imaging project for retinal disease
Why become an eye donor?
CERA graduate Dr Joshua Foreman awarded University of Melbourne Chancellor’s Prize
Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital seeking patients for trial into world-first treatment
Artificial intelligence: future of eye screening
How can you prevent vision loss from diabetes?
Using AI to help close eye health care gap
Invention to advance corneal transplant surgery
Setting new standard for diabetic cataract care
Supporting next generation of eye research innovators
New bionic eye prototype shows promise
Major philanthropic boost for CERA researchers
CERA supporter recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Treatment in sight for inherited retinal degenerations
CERA celebrates World Orthoptic Day
Major research funding for eye test to detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease
Annual Review focuses on Big Picture
Your support can put life-changing treatment within reach
Lions Ride for Sight a resounding success
Research partnership sets sights on diabetes and pregnancy