Nystagmus and disability sports classification


The Nystagmus Network often hears of people struggling with the current classifications for vision impairment in sports. Since many people with nystagmus probably don’t classify with the current test we would like to invite members of the nystagmus community to take part in new research which may bring us all one step closer to inclusion … Continue reading Nystagmus and disability sports classification

Research participation opportunity – albinism in the over 60s


Albinism researchers in Southampton (Jay Self and Helena Lee) would love to hear from anyone with any form of albinism who is over the age of 60. If you or anyone you know fits the bill, please read on … Jay and Helena are seeking to understand two questions which have baffled researchers for some … Continue reading Research participation opportunity – albinism in the over 60s

Nystagmus research update from Southampton


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. Mr Jay Self BM, FRCOphth, PhD, Associate Professor at Southampton … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from Southampton

Nystagmus research update from Sheffield


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. Dr Helen Griffiths, Senior Lecturer in Orthoptics … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from Sheffield

Nystagmus research update from Plymouth


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. We were delighted to have John … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from Plymouth

Nystagmus research update from London


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. Maria Theodorou, Consultant Ophthalmologist at Moorfield’s … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from London

Nystagmus research update from Leicester


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. Dr Rebecca McLean (PhD), Research Associate, Department … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from Leicester

Nystagmus research update from Cardiff


The Nystagmus Network was privileged and proud to be joined at Open Day 2017 on 30 September by representatives from the 6 UK centres of excellence in nystagmus research. Each team presented news of the latest developments over the past year and highlighted work in progress for the future. Professor Jonathan T. Erichsen, DPhil, Professor of … Continue reading Nystagmus research update from Cardiff

Characteristics and Impact of Nystagmus in Children With and Without Down’s Syndrome Research Study


A study by the Down’s Syndrome Vision Research Unit and Research Unit for Nystagmus (RUN), School of Optometry and Vision Sciences are looking to recruit children to take part in a research study. What is involved? Your child’s vision will be tested by a qualified optometrist in the Special Assessment clinic. This will take approximately 30 … Continue reading Characteristics and Impact of Nystagmus in Children With and Without Down’s Syndrome Research Study