Since its establishment in 1974, the Research Foundation has supported clinical research in the prevention and treatment of eye and ear diseases. It is the aim of the Research Foundation to develop new treatments for eye and ear conditions that will eliminate hearing and sight loss.
Service Update January 2021
Patient appointments taking place between Monday 11th and Friday 29th January 2021 have been POSTPONED. If you were to attend for an appointment during this time, you will be issued with a new appointment date at the soonest possible time.
If you have an appointment scheduled from Monday 1st February 2021, you will be contacted directly to confirm if you appointment is proceeding.
We appreciate you patience at this time. Please be assured we will do our utmost to accommodate when full operations have been resumed.
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This will lead to a better understanding of how to treat and prevent eye and ear disease which in turn will result in improved patient care and enhanced quality of life for patients.
Traynor Fellowship 2021-2022 – 1 Year MSc Position
MSc degree position available for 1 year This project is multi-faceted and is
Thank you to Diagnosys Vision Ltd
The Research Foundation would like to thank Diagnosys Vision
11th Eithne Walls Research Meeting 2020 – Winners Announced
The 11th Eithne Walls Research Meeting 2020 took place online on Thursday 17th
VIII New Frontiers in Ophthalmology 2020, VIRTUAL MEETING Thursday 8th October, 6pm to 7.45pm – REGISTRATION OPEN
We are delighted to announce the VIII New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting 2020
Spotlight on Research – Dry Eye Disease and Micro RNA
We are delighted to share this insight into the research being carried out by Dr