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News & Events
Research Projects – Department of Genetics & Epidemiology. The Lions Eye Institute Department of Genetics & Epidemiology is seeking your help with our research projects into the causes of eye disease. At present we are conducting three studies: The Western Australian Eye Protection Study, Ophthalmic Western Australian Biobank- unlocking the causes of eye disease and… Read more
Annette Hoskin educates us on eye wear and eye safety. ‘Looking Good and Staying Safe with Eye Protection’ See the full article in the link below. Safety Solutions
An interesting article by our very own Annette Hoskin. Why Sunglasses can’t be Eye Protectors, but Eye Protectors can be Sunglasses. See the full article in the link below. Protecting Vision, Enhancing Performance.
See all the photos from our Annual Lions Eye Institute Open Day Open Day 2013
Clinical Trials Study – Lucentis-Central Vein Bypass Study. The Lions Eye Institute is seeking patients with recent central retinal vein occlusions to participate in a 2 year study. The Lucentis-Central Vein Bypass Study (L-CVBS Study) requires monthly visits to the Lions Eye Institute in Nedlands over a 2 year period, and provides free treatment with intravitreal… Read more
To coincide with our 30th anniversary celebrations, a short history of the Lions Eye Institute has been released. The publication covers the early days of the save sight movement in Western Australia, Lions Club’s involvement – including the work of Dr Robert Linton – in setting up mobile glaucoma screening in the 1960s, the push to attract… Read more
See all the the photos from the Lions Eye Institute 30th Anniversary Charity Dinner 30th Anniversary Dinner
This is your opportunity to see first hand the work of our doctors, scientific researchers and clinic staff. Join us for the Lions Eye Institute Annual Open Day on Saturday 5th October 2013, 12-4pm. For more information click here LEI Open Day 2013
New research suggests protective glasses for children playing sport could become as ingrained in the psyche of children as the time-honoured “no hat, no play” policy employed by many schools. Growing evidence suggests that there is considerable risk to children’s eyes from both sun damage and sports related injuries. Researchers say that this is the… Read more