Keratoconus in 2020: an update on research and treatment
Join us for World Keratoconus Day as our experts discuss the latest research and treatments for the common eye condition that affects the cornea.
9 November 2020 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Keratoconus is a common eye condition that affects the cornea – the front window of the eye.
Did you know, in most cases, keratoconus appears between the ages of 16 and 30 years? Due to its early onset, it can impact school, work, social and family life if it’s not treated – and can often result in requiring a corneal transplant.
Join experts Professor Mark Daniell, Associate Professor Elaine Chong and Dr Srujana Sahebjada from the Centre for Eye Research Australia, Professor Paul Baird from the University of Melbourne and Professor Vishal Jhanji from the University of Pittsburgh for a free online event discussing the currant research and treatment being completed for keratoconus
Once registered, you will receive a link to be able to watch this online. You may also watch it live on the Centre for Eye Research Australia Facebook page.
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