Our research

Fight for Sight funds pioneering research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease in adults and children. Each year, we provide a range of funding opportunities for research teams based in the UK who are attached to recognised academic or medical institutions. You can read summaries of our research projects below.

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How does blurred near vision affect children's progress at school?

Understanding more about the links between eyesight, attention and reading ability

September 14 - September 17
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Finding the genetic cause of uncontrolled eye movements in children

Towards an NHS test for infantile nystagmus

January 17 - January 18
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How is depth perception affected by involuntary eye movements?

A new test to find out how people with infantile nystagmus and albinism manage everyday activities that rely on 3D vision

January 17 - January 18
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How do vision and eye movements develop in young children with nystagmus?

Helping children have the best chance to develop normal vision.

February 16 - January 17
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What’s the effect of childhood-onset nystagmus on the ability to balance?

Getting better information and advice in the clinic.

April 15 - March 16
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Why does the world look like it's moving when it's not, in people with some types of nystagmus?

Using an optical illusion to understand how the brain corrects for eye movement

June 14 - September 15
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Nystagmus Stabilisation with Virtual Reality Technology

Developing an image stabilisation technology in virtual reality to treat oscillopsia, a symptom of Nystagmus.

December 17 - May 18
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