Living with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)
Kate talks about her struggle with (RP) and how the Lions Eye Institute is working towards a better life for people just like her.
Kate suffers from a rare genetic eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa and it has changed her life. This is her story.
How we work
The Lions Eye Institute is a not-for-profit organisation and this is how we work.
Virtual reality colour-blindness glasses
See what it’s like to be colour blind through our visual reality glasses.
Lions Outback Vision Van
Our amazing Lions Outback Vision Van and team.
Lions Eye Institute Open Day
Take a peek at our Open Day.
Eye dissection at the Lions Eye Institute on Open Day.
Using genetics to understand eye disease
The Genetics and Epidemiology groups at the Lions Eye Institute research and look into genetics to understand eye disease.
Researching eye diseases to create treatments
Researching to lead to treatment is all part of the work in the Physiology and Pharmacology group at the Lions Eye Institute.
Research in inherited retinal disease
Research and treatment of inherited retinal diseases at the Lions Eye Institute.
Kate’s journey with eye disease from infancy
Research is vital to treatments
Research aims to create ideal treatment outcomes.
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