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Thursday 11 September 2014, 11.00am - 12.00pm
*Tea and coffee available from 10.30am

Hosted by Professor Jonathan Crowston

Managing Director & Head of Glaucoma Research Unit, Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA)

Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide.
1 in 10 Australians over 80 will develop glaucoma.

Learn about developments in glaucoma research and treatment from a leading ophthalmologist and researchers in this free information forum.
 

Topics to be covered

“From genes to new therapy”
Dr Alex Hewitt, Principal Investigator Clinical Genetics, CERA
“Quality of life in glaucoma”
Dr Simon Skalicky, Glaucoma subspecialist Ophthalmologist, Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney
“Increasing optic nerve energy to slow glaucoma”
Associate Professor Ian Trounce, Principal Research Fellow (Glaucoma Research Unit), CERA
New venue: Brennan Hall
Ground Floor, Aikenhead Wing
St Vincent’s Hospital
31 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy
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RSVP: (acceptances only) 8 September via email: cera-rsvp@unimelb.edu.au
or call 1300 737 757
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