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THE EITHNE WALLS RESEARCH MEETING 16th June 2022

13th Annual Eithne Walls Research Meeting 2022 Thursday 16th June, 2pm to 4.30pm We  welcome our colleagues onsite at the Education and Conference Centre in the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital for our 2022 meeting. We will publish to programme in the week of the 6th June, at which stage registration will open. We … Continued

12th Annual Eithne Walls Research Meeting, 2nd December 2021

12th Annual Eithne Walls Research Meeting 2021 Thursday 2nd December, 2pm to 4.30pm     While we would have very much hoped to have our colleagues together onsite at the Education and Conference Centre in the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital for our 2021 meeting, we must consider the current challenges being faced as … Continued

Registration Open! New Frontiers in Ophthalmology 2021 Virtual Meeting – Thursday 16th September, 6pm to 8pm

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN   IX New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting taking place online Thursday 16th September 2021, 6pm to 8pm   Following the success of our 2020 Virtual Meeting, we would like to invite you to join us for the IX New Frontiers in Ophthalmology Meeting, taking place online, Thursday 16th September from 6pm. Chaired by … Continued

Irish Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome Information Webinar – Friday 23rd July, 12.00 to 14.00

Irish Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome Information Webinar On World Sjögren’s Day 2021 the Women in Vision and Eye Research Ireland (WVER), are hosting a Sjogren’s Syndrome Information Webinar. Please join Dr Emily Greenan Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dr Joan Ní Gabhann-Dromgoole Royal College of Sugreon in Ireland (RCSI) and many other invited guests to … Continued

Traynor Fellowship 2021-2022 – 1 Year MSc Position

MSc degree position available for 1 year. This project is multi-faceted and is part of a longitudinal study exploring the influence of circadian rhythms in regulating retinal vascular integrity in age related macular degeneration (AMD). Added to this, we will embark on a new project exploring the integrity of the retinal vasculature in repetitive head … Continued

Thank you to Diagnosys Vision Ltd

    The Research Foundation would like to thank Diagnosys Vision Ltd for their fantastic donation of a CRT Monitor and Pattern Stimulator as an important addition to our suite of specialised electrodiagnostic equipment. These especially configured pieces of equipment will allow us to perform expert and precise functional assessments of the retina, specifically the … Continued

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