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Laser treatment for glaucoma – major new study A further international trial has been announced following the LiGHT study, led by Professor Gus Gazzard, which has been investigating the use of laser treatment as an alternative to eye drops for glaucoma. Read more about the new trial

UCL Age Innovation Hub launched. Our colleagues at UCL are looking for your ideas about how technology could improve health and quality of life in our ageing population . Find out more about the hub and help shape the future of innovation

Bloomsbury Festival. We were proud to support the 2020 Bloomsbury Festival, much of which was held online. Interviews with BRC researchers and the new INSIGHT podcast series were broadcast on Bloomsbury Radio during the festival. Read more about the festival, our podcasts and radio interviews

Research opportunities at Moorfields : ROAM

Moorfields launches new web application ROAM for patients and public interested in taking part in research at the trust. Read the full story here

The SPIRIT and CONSORT guidelines have been revised, to support more complete and transparent reporting of trials of artificial intelligence (A.I.). Read the full story here

PPIE Award 2020 BRC Award for researchers' work in Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement

Nature Ophthalmology in 2020: Gaining sight for sore eyes

Rare Disease Day 2020 Date: 4 March 2020

My Eye Site Event Written by Jo Cammack, Research Fellow. Date: 27 February 2020

Ethics of Artificial Intelligence article - featuring NIHR Clinician researcher Pearse Keane Date: 18 February 2020

Charles Bonnet Syndrome Day Date: 22/11/2019 Report by Judith Potts founder of Esme's Umbrella

Announcing INSIGHT: The new data hub for eye health . Date: 12/09/2019 Click here for The Guardian news article

Science Festival Date: 01/07/2019

International Clinical Trials Day 2019 By Francesca Amalfitano Date: 13/06/2019

Cornea Connect 2019 Date: June 03 2019

The Research Pathway; From Bench to Bedside Date: 20th May 2019 Article by Nicola O'Connell

How artificial intelligence is helping to prevent blindness Machine learning is being used to automate the detection of eye diseases Date: April 29th 2019

Ophthalmologist Power List 2019 Date: March 28th 2019

Living with Charles Bonnet Syndrome Article by Nicola O'Connell

Moorfields' young persons’ advisory group for eye and vision research Date: 2nd March 2019 Location: St Lukes Community Centre

First ever Charles Bonnet Syndrome Information Day - A report from Judith Potts Date: 16th November 2018

The Ophthalmologist Date: June 2018 Article by Pete Jones: How data-driven VR/AR is driving new insight into visual impairments

Women in Vision UK editorials Dates: 26th April and 15th June 2018 Journals : Therapeutic Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye

Nature Genetics - Researchers identify genetic variants that may predict glaucoma risk Date: 21st May 2018 Journal: Nature Genetics Click here for the full press release