Cambridge Eye Trust
The Cambridge Eye Trust is an independent registered charity devoted to the prevention of blindness through the promotion of excellence in patient care, research and the continuing education of those involved in the treatment of eye disease
|A retinal cell within the bubble of an inkjet||GFP labeled muller stem cells regenerating axons in the retina of a rat with experimental glaucoma|
In work sponsored by the Cambridge Eye Trust Prof Keith Martin's team have used inkjet printing technology to successfully print cells from the adult retina for the very first time. The group are developing this technology, aiming to find new ways to repair the retina in diseases such as macular degeneration and glaucoma. ...More...
The university and hospital departments treat all the sub-specialties of ophthalmology and work together with the related departments within Addenbrooke's University Hospitals. In addition the department is the national referral centre for the diagnosis of the potentially blinding Sticker's Syndrome. More...
Prophylactic cryotherapy to the periphery of the retina to prevent the formation of a giant retinal tear in a patient with Stickler's Syndrome
Corneal Blindness Campaign
A fund raising project by the 'Cambridge Eye Trust' to support Innovation and research in human corneal transplantation to cure corneal blindness
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