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Save Sight Registries

Leading the way in fighting the incidence of blindness globally
We provide a scientific, web-based platform for eye specialists worldwide to capture high-quality clinical data on patient treatments and outcomes from routine clinical practice.

About us

The first of its kind in the world, our registeries hold 10 years of data on ophthalmic treatment outcomes for neovascular (wet) age-related macular degeneration (wet AMD).

Over 184,562 treatments have been captured in the database for approximately 10,100 patients and 12,949 eyes treated for wet AMD.

The Save Sight Registeries consist of four registries:

We also have a fifth registry coming soon, Fight Uveitis Blindness! (FUB!).

Our registries are immediately relevant to clinicians, researchers, public health providers and policy makers seeking to fight ocular blindness and improve patient outcomes in Australia and internationally.

The registries' standardised dataset is compliant with international measurement tools for health outcomes and enables current and emerging therapies to be evaluated for clinical efficacy, cost-effectiveness and safety.

Professor Mark Gillies

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Chief investigator
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Save Sight Institute

  • South Block, Sydney Eye Hospital 8 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000