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Charity investigates snake venom treatment as an alternative to antibiotics in eye infections

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Fight for Sight Ambassador Wins Prize

We’re delighted to announce that Fight for Sight Ambassador Red Széll, has been selected as one of the winners of the Holman Prize.

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Fight for Sight announces new research strategy and calls for PhD Studentship Applications

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Researcher Blog - Anurag Garg

Anurag Garg is a Fight for Sight Clinical Research Fellow based at Moorfields Eye Hospital. He recently presented the results of his research at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Annual Meeting in Honolulu.

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Scottish eye research to find new treatments for autoimmune uveitis

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Macular Week [25 June – 1 July]: Fight for Sight research could see an end to eye injections for patients with macular degeneration

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A Year in Vision

Ophthalmology is a vast and fast-moving field that often sits at the forefront of modern medicine. Driving these medical breakthroughs are a global group of researchers who – whether based in the laboratory, clinic, or industry – are all dedicated to advancing vision science and saving sight. How has the field of vision science been shaping up over the last year?

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Guest Blog: Dr Darren Ting reveals his aim to create and develop novel antimicrobial peptides for treating bacterial corneal infections

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Neil Fachie - My love of cycling

Neil Fachie is one our amazing Fight for Sight #champions, he's taken time out from winning multiple gold medals to tell us about his love of cycling.

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Researchers may be able to predict glaucoma risk

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Charity investigates snake venom treatment as an alternative to antibiotics in eye infections
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Fight for Sight Ambassador Wins Prize
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Fight for Sight announces new research strategy and calls for PhD Studentship Applications
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Researcher Blog - Anurag Garg
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