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Imaging & Diagnostics


Then There Was Light

| Phoebe Harkin

Jody Culham, Professor of Psychology at Western University, Ontario, Canada, describes a curious case of blindness

Business & Profession

Corneal Crosslinking: To Be Continued

| Emilio de Almeida Torres-Netto

The recipient of the inaugural ICO-Allergan Advanced Research Fellowship discusses how he will continue research on corneal biomechanics and improve the treatment of keratoconus


Good Business

| Craig Robertson

In a sector strongly driven by shareholder value, is ‘doing the right thing’ a sustainable business model?


Personalizing Reality

| Pete Jones

How data-driven VR/AR is driving new insight into visual impairments.



| Ruth Steer

A hand-held device that aims to reduce the disease burden for AMD patients


Automated AMD Assistance

| Michael Schubert

Could a new image analysis technique contribute to earlier or more accurate diagnosis of AMD?


More Coherent Surgery

| Ruth Steer

Three-year results from the intraoperative OCT DISCOVER study.


Retinal Imaging: The Big Picture

| Sponsored by Optos

Highlights from the Optos satellite meeting held at the 17th EURETINA Congress, Barcelona.


Metabolism, Melanin and Multiple Modalities

| Hao F. Zhang

How new imaging approaches are broadening our understanding of retinal biological function.


Detecting Dementia

| Ruth Steer

Looking to the retina to find a biomarker for frontotemporal degeneration.

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