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19 September 2023

“Saving Sight is our Vision” – An ambitious healthcare model to deliver eye care services in regional NSW.

How a team of clinicians from the Save Sight Institute, Foresight Australia and the Griffith Base Hospital created a comprehensive Ophthalmology Model of Care aimed at improving access to regular and culturally sensitive eye care services in regional NSW.
09 March 2023

The Save Sight Institute at the forefront of eye research education

As part of its commitment to providing a range of study options and opportunities to learn about eye research, the Save Sight Institute has recently welcomed several students to undertake short placements under the supervision of our renowned academics.
20 December 2022

New study identifies how to diagnose common cause of vision loss

A study led by Dr Axel Petzold (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, London), Prof Gordon Plant (National Hospital for Neurology, London) and A/Prof Clare Fraser (Save Sight Institute, Sydney) has developed diagnostic criteria for an eye condition known as optic neuritis that will help inform treatment options.
10 December 2022

2022: An eventful year in review

Although 2022 turned out to be another challenging year above and beyond the consequences of the current Covid-19 pandemic, the Save Sight Institute was committed to deliver a number of community events for patients, clinicians, as well as eye research enthusiasts.
23 November 2022

Optogenetic restoration of vision in inherited retinal degeneration

Researchers from the Save Sight Institute develop a novel optogenetic paradigm to treat Inherited Retinal Degeneration