Alice Lorch, MD, MPH, director of the Harvard Ophthalmology residency training program, received a $30,000 grant from the Mass General Hospital Executive Committee on Community Health to fund a community-based retinal screening program for diabetic retinopathy at the MGH Chelsea Health Center.
Ye Sun, MD, PhD (Boston Children's Hospital) National Eye Institute: $2,210,000 over five years Photoreceptor determination of retinal blood vessel growth in retinopathy
Joseph Ciolino, MD (Mass. Eye and Ear) US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity: $2,098,767 over three years Steroid-eluting therapeutic contact lens to treat and prevent inflammation and scarring following ocular trauma
Meredith Gregory-Ksander, PhD (Schepens Eye Research Institute of Mass. Eye and Ear) National Eye Institute (...
The Tej Kohli Foundation has pledged $2 million over five years to establish the Tej Kohli Cornea Program at Mass. Eye and Ear, which will accelerate innovative and collaborative research to achieve unprecedented breakthroughs in corneal disease.
A large-scale, collaborative, systems biology approach is needed to expedite the discovery of treatments for dry age-related macular degeneration, according to a report by a working group of scientists appointed by the National Advisory Eye Council (NAEC) that includes Joan. W. Miller, MD, Chair of Harvard Ophthalmology.