Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 6


We asked a group of Nystagmus Network supporters what questions they would most like to put to nystagmus researchers. Then we found researchers to answer them. Your questions were answered by Jay Self (JS), a Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist at University of Southampton and nystagmus researcher and Helena Lee (HL), a Consultant Ophthalmologist at University of … Continue reading Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 6

Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 5


We asked a group of Nystagmus Network supporters what questions they would most like to put to nystagmus researchers. Then we found researchers to answer them. Your questions were answered by Jay Self (JS), a Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist at University of Southampton and nystagmus researcher and Helena Lee (HL), a Consultant Ophthalmologist at University of … Continue reading Your nystagmus research questions answered – question 5

30 years of nystagmus research – what a difference it has made


When my daughter was 6 weeks old a paediatrician at baby clinic told me she was blind. Just like that. No preamble. It was a devastating experience, a cruel message, bluntly delivered. I went to see my GP, whom I knew well and trusted. She confirmed what I already suspected. My daughter wasn’t blind, but … Continue reading 30 years of nystagmus research – what a difference it has made