Vision Research in Europe

New Technologies for Outcome Measures in Glaucoma

In conjunction with the published literature, this review summarizes a meeting focusing on glaucoma, organised by the European Vision institute EEIG in Brussel.
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Brexit – what now for universities?

On 31 January 2020, the UK will leave the European Union. Many in the university sector are committed to the European idea and regret this fact, and there is widespread worry about how this will affect the strong links in research, education and innovation between the UK and the rest of Europe.
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Richard H. Masland pass away

Richard H. Masland, Distinguished David G. Cogan Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School (HMS) passed away on Friday, December 13
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Nature Research Award for Driving Global Impact for Tom Baden

Tom Baden's work into the neuroscience of vision has earned him the inaugural Nature Research Award for Driving Global Impact.
» Nature Research Award for Driving Global Impact for Tom Baden

European Reference Networks (ERNs) are opening now to new members

The healthcare providers in Europe have two months from todayto join existing ERNsto apply to become a member ofone of the 24 Networks.The call is an opportunity to enlarge the geographical coverage of the existing Networks,particularly from those Member States that are currently less represented....
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Two high Awards for Franz Badura from the German Pro Retina

The work of Franz Badura in the last centuries to help people suffering from inherited retinal degeneration was honored.
» Two high Awards for Franz Badura from the German Pro Retina

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Young Researcher in Focus

Read more about Katrin Franke and her work in the field of vision research.

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