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05 October 15

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Ade Deane-Pratt

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Researchers at Great Ormond Street are studying ‘cerebral visual impairment’.

A team of researchers at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the UCL Institute of Child Heath in London is studying vision in children and young people with ‘cerebral visual impairment’. This means people who have trouble with vision that can’t be explained by problems with the eye.

Participants will have their vision tested during one visit to Great Ormond Street. The tests involve playing specially designed ‘games’ and include letter charts, describing pictures and doing computer-based tasks. The study is open to eligible people aged 5-15.

Read more about cerebral visual impairment.

For more information about the study, contact:

Hanna Sakki, MSc
UCL Institute of Child Health
Developmental Neurosciences Programme
Clinical Neurosciences Section
30 Guilford Street, 4th floor PUW south
London, WC1N 1EH 

Tel: 020 7905 2986

Email: h.sakki@ucl.ac.uk 

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