Vision Expo 2023 – Stand 1

Visual neurovascular research

About our research

The retina is a complex layer of cells at the back of the eye. It requires an adequate supply of oxygen and nutrients from surrounding blood vessels to function correctly. If this blood supply is inadequate, it can damage the retina and lead to vision loss.

Our team investigates how blood is distributed in the retina to help prevent or treat retinal neurodegenerative diseases like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

What you’ll see

View images of nanotubes that are less than a micron in size that we capture using state-of-the-art microscopes. These images help us to better understand our research.

Talk to us about

Neurodegenerative diseases in the retina and brain, glaucoma, ischemic retinopathy or stroke.

Who you’ll meet