Lessons from the Eye

How to Translate Your Basic Research into Clinical Applications - From August 10-14 Radboud University in Nijmegen is organizing a Summer School highlighting our translational research on retinal diseases.
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Ushering in New Therapies

A multidisciplinary group based in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology at Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre is forging new insights into potential treatments for Usher syndrome – one of the leading causes of deaf-blindness
» Ushering in New Therapies

The best publications 2014

The Vision Research community has made its decision to choose the best publications of the year 2014.
» The best publications 2014


Training the Next Generation of European Visual Neuroscientists
» NextGenVis

Ultrasound treatment device gains CE

EyeTechCare focused ultrasound treatment device gains CE mark extension to treat surgery-naive glaucoma - Use of the EyeOP1R device is now open to less advanced glaucoma
» Ultrasound treatment device gains CE

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Vision Research in Europe

Visionary of the Quarter

Image Peter Humphries
Prof. Peter Humphries

Point in Focus

Image Award Session 2012

Two Awards – One Message: Promoting Excellence in Ophthalmology

The laureates of the European Vision Award and the Carl Zeiss European Young Investigator Award were honoured at the EVER meeting in Nice, France.

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Research & Politics

White Book: A Vision for Horizon 2020

White Book: A Vision for Horizon 2020

"A European Strategic Roadmap for Vision Research and Ophthalmology published" - This White Book aims at convincing the major stakeholders in Europe that Vision Research and Ophthalmology is a discipline not only at the forefront of research but also at the forefront of translation of its scientific results into clinical practice.

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Young Researcher in Focus

Photo Dominic Eberle
Dominic Eberle

Read more about Dominic Eberle and his work in the field of vision research.