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Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Back to the Future

| Phoebe Harkin

Researchers pin-point the moment our brains combine separate visual signals into a singular view

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Then There Was Light

| Phoebe Harkin

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

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

An Abnormal Connection

| Phoebe Harkin

Team uncover clues to potential mechanisms underpinning development of strabismus.

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Battlestar Bulge

| Roisin McGuigan

Heavier astronauts could experience more visual changes in microgravity.

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Night Light: Yes, Bright Light: No!

| Ruth Steer

Children's circadian clocks are extremely sensitive to disruption.

Business & Profession Neuro-ophthalmology

Minimally Invasive Corneal Neurotization

| Ilya Leyngold

A new paradigm for the management of neurotrophic keratopathy.

Subspecialties Retina

Some Live, Some Die

| Ruth Steer

Sox 11 – the transcription factor that is decidedly double-edged in optic nerve regeneration.

Business & Profession Neuro-ophthalmology

No More Playing Pirate?

| Ruth Steer

Amblyopes might soon be able to ditch the patch for virtual reality therapy.

Business & Profession Neuro-ophthalmology

Truth, Lies, and Ophthalmology

| Valerie Purvin

Tips for the ophthalmologist confronted with functional vision loss.

Business & Profession Neuro-ophthalmology

Tales of the Unexpected

| Marc Feldman

Factitious Disorder in ophthalmology - a psychiatrist's perspective.


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