Researchers are investigating the impact of glare on young children with albinism and nystagmus to help ease important day-to-day tasks like reading. Jointly funded by Nystagmus Network and Fight for Sight, a team of researchers at the University of Leicester will be investigating glare in patients with infantile nystagmus. People with nystagmus often experience glare, … Continue reading The impact of glare on reading
Leicester research team awarded prestigious prize from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Image credit: Royal College of Ophthalmologists A team of specialist eye doctors at the University of Leicester have received a national award for their work, which will improve diagnosis and management for children with nystagmus. The study was jointly funded by the Nystagmus … Continue reading Congratulations, team Leicester
The Nystagmus Network / Fight for Sight joint call for a small grant award in nystagmus research, focusing on quality of life or causes (including genetic), diagnostic testing / analysis or treatments, is now live and open for applications. Full details, as well as the guidance document for the applicant can be found on the … Continue reading Grant funding available for nystagmus research
Fight for Sight and Nystagmus Network are funding research into the impact of glare in infantile nystagmus and albinism in the hope of improving outcomes for people with the condition. People with nystagmus often experience glare, but until now this has not been researched thoroughly. The team at University of Leicester, led by Dr Frank … Continue reading Two new nystagmus research projects funded
The next round of small grant awards for nystagmus research is now open for application. The grant, funded jointly by Fight for Sight and the Nystagmus Network is worth up to £15,000. The Fight for Sight / Nystagmus Network Small Grant Award One award to support clinical research to address visual impairment associated with nystagmus, focusing on … Continue reading Nystagmus research grant funding open for applications
Eye research charity Fight for Sight has launched a survey to gather broader insights into the personal impact that Covid-19 is having on people with sight loss and eye conditions. The charity is inviting those affected by sight loss or an eye condition to participate in the survey, to help its campaign on behalf of … Continue reading Fight for Sight launches survey on impact of Covid-19 on people with eye conditions
Applications are now invited for a PhD Studentship to undertake clinical research to address visual impairment associated with nystagmus, focusing on quality of life or causes (including genetic), diagnostic testing / analysis or treatments. Click here for details and to apply The award is jointly funded by the Nystagmus Network and Fight for Sight.
An update of our post doctoral award For those of you eagerly awaiting news, alongside charity trustees, of the outcome of 2019/2020 applications for the new post doctoral research project into nystagmus, jointly funded by the Nystagmus Network and Fight for Sight, we can now share with you the somewhat disappointing news that the project … Continue reading Nystagmus Network research investment 2020 – 2021
Fight for Sight needs your help as part of a ground-breaking survey into the experience of living with sight loss or an eye condition. By taking part in the survey you will be helping Fight for Sight to put sight loss on the map and help increase the amount of money going into eye research. … Continue reading Fight for Sight survey on eye conditions and sight loss
Researchers from the University of Leicester have identified a new way of predicting the future vision of children with infantile nystagmus. The research, published in the journal Ophthalmology has developed a grading system for retinal development in infants and young children with the condition, providing an important tool for ophthalmologists to determine their future vision. … Continue reading How well will my child see?