Vision Expo 2023 – Stand 1
About our research
The Ophthalmic Neuroscience Unit is a multidisciplinary team of researchers with expertise in mathematics, engineering, data science, ophthalmology and neuroscience, focused on novel retinal imaging methods. The group has discovered imaging biomarkers for a number of diseases, including the first in-human retinal biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease.
Talk to us about
- Can hyperspectral retinal imaging be used to identify novel features of eye diseases, including predictors of progression?
- Can hyperspectral retinal imaging be used to detect people who are at risk of Alzheimer’s disease before the onset of dementia?
- Can hyperspectral retinal imaging be used to monitor disease progression and treatment responses in Alzheimer’s disease?