Author: fusio

St. Kevin’s Circle

Named for the listed church on Camden Row, dating back to Norman times,  St. Kevin’s is the area in Dublin stretching from Leeson Street to Portobello along the Grand Canal. Steeped in rich history, the area is an architectural record of Dublin’s distinguished past. to which the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear is central. €100,000.00 … Continued

Royal Victoria Circle

€1,000,000.00 + Onsite Honour Roll Facility/Space/Equipment naming Programmatic or Scholarship naming Annual networking event with key speaker Presentation to your group or organisation staff on the work of the Research Foundation Press Release Website Donor list To learn more about becoming a member of the Royal Victoria circle, please contact us here.

Genetics Research

Genetics is the study of genes and heredity. As our understanding of genetics and hereditary conditions develops, the potential for preventative treatments is exponentially expanded and catapults us to a new level of perception on how and why conditions are passed on through families. The Research Foundation has a long standing interest in inherited retinal … Continued

VI New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting 2018

Ocular Inflammation The 2018 New Frontiers in Ophthalmology took place on Thursday 7th June. Always an important event in the calendar year, this year’s meeting again played host to expert speakers and international colleagues, focusing on advances in Ocular Inflammation Speakers included Dr John Fitzsimons, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda Mr Barry Quill, Royal … Continued

Retinal Disease

The Retina is the thin layer of cells lining the back of the eye. These cells are light sensitive, sensing light as it hits the eye. The retina sends signals via the optic nerve to the brain, resulting in visual images. There are multiple conditions of the retina consequently, research is accordingly diverse. The Research … Continued

V New Frontiers Meeting in Ophthalmology 2017

Professor Susan Kennedy, Consultant Pathologist, St. Vincent’s University Hospital Dr. Fiona Roberts, Consultant Pathologist Glasgow University Hospital Dr. Arun Singh, Professor of Ophthalmology and Director, Cole Eye Institute Cleveland Clinic, Ohio Professor Heinrich Heimann, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon and Ocular Oncologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital Professor Giuseppe Gullo, Consultant Medical Oncologist, St. Vincent’s University Hospital Professor … Continued

Oncology / Pathology

Collaboration between the Pathology and Oncology services at the Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital and Dublin City University looks at potential prognostic biomarkers in eye cancer. The pathology and ocular oncology units at Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital are also working closely with the National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology NICBI on a Research … Continued

IV New Frontiers Meeting in Ophthalmology 2016

Dr Paul Kenna, Director of Research, Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Research Foundation Dr Sinead Connolly, Clinical Educator and Research Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Dr James Warburton, Novartis Dr Sarah Doyle, Assistant Professor in Immunology, Trinity College, Dublin Programme 09.00 – 9.30 Registration/ tea and coffee 09.30 – 9.35 Welcome and introduction … Continued

Ocular Immunology, Inflammation & Corneal Research

The cornea is the clear window at the front of the eye. It forms a protective layer and has an important function in focusing vision and allowing light enter the eye. Ocular Immunology is the study of how the eyes immunity processes and mechanisms contribute to disease and how they can be manipulated to prevent … Continued

Web Design and Development by Fusio, Dublin