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Glaucoma NZ has been funding research projects and investigations into glaucoma since 2005. We provide a high quality independent assessment of research projects before funding to assure the very best use of the limited funds available for research.
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'Artificial Intelligence and Definition of Glaucoma' by Otago University Student Waldir Rodrigues De Souza Jr.
'Nail fold capillary abnormalities in glaucoma' by Auckland University Student, Hilary Goh.
'Recruitment and management of glaucoma patients to assess their current disease state, monitoring and treatment, and how the detection of new patients may be improved' by University of Otago student, Josh Erceg.
'Connexin 43 changes in Open Angle glaucoma and the role of astrocytes in glaucoma' by University of Otago student, Peny Lin.
'Evaluation of connexin43 antisense oligodoxynucleotide as a novel wound modulating agent in glaucoma filtration surgery in rabbits' by Dr Narme Deva & A/Professor Helen Danesh-Meyer.
'Determination of the genetic basis for glaucoma in a New Zealand population' by Dr Andrea Vincent.
'Knowledge and Quality of Life in Glaucoma' by A/Professor Helen Danesh-Meyer and Dr Narme Deva.
'Economic Impact of Visual Impairment in New Zealand.' A scoping study report prepared by Access Economics Pty Ltd for Glaucoma NZ.