Help Fight for Sight study the effects of sight loss


Here’s a research participation opportunity thanks to our friends at Fight for Sight. “We’re launching an online survey to help demonstrate the personal impact of sight loss. We’re inviting everyone affected by sight loss or an eye condition – either personally or indirectly via someone they care for – to participate in the survey and … Continue reading Help Fight for Sight study the effects of sight loss

Calling all Caregivers – take part in research


Guest post by Jamie Enoch, Researcher at School of Health Sciences at City University London Are you a UK-based relative, friend or caregiver of someone living with a visual impairment? Do you have 10-15 minutes to spare? If yes, please consider taking our survey on your experience of support services. Thank you. Find out more … Continue reading Calling all Caregivers – take part in research

Thursday is research news day on Facebook


Every Thursday on our Facebook page we publish the latest news on nystagmus research or publish details of new nystagmus trials that you can take part in. We are currently supporting these trials: The Southampton University Hospital team need to find people with albinism and nystagmus, aged over 60 so that Mr Jay Self and … Continue reading Thursday is research news day on Facebook

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 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