With next year’s list, we will showcase the achievements of ophthalmology’s top 50 most influential women
When even the world’s wealthiest economies struggle to fund gene therapies, we have a problem that demands disruptive solutions
Thanks to European approval of a new indication for Lucentis, preterm infants with ROP finally have a pharmacotherapeutic option
Topical piezo-print technology could solve many of the problems associated with use of topical eye medications
How should we persuade children – particularly those with communication challenges – to co-operate during ophthalmic examinations?
How an amblyopia app is tackling the global vision crisis – starting with kids
Good management of ocular malignancies depends on careful attention to diagnostic features revealed by modern imaging systems
The latest ophthalmology news – in brief
Will the VF test remain stuck in the last century while virtual reality and eye-tracking technology race ahead in this one?
There’s no point in trying to make very young children accommodate the demands of standard visual field tests, so what can be done instead?
Is it time to shake the status quo in standard automated perimetry?
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