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Manchester Royal Eye Hospital is the second largest Eye Hospital in the UK and benefits from being part of a major teaching hospital and its strong ties with The University of Manchester.

We conduct a broad range of research from laboratory studies, through original development in new technology, diagnostics and treatments to a role in global clinical trials on new treatments for ocular disease. In addition to developing new technologies, we have a strong background in assessing the latest global devices and investigative medicinal products

Our team of research coordinators and administrators work with consultants, doctors, optometrists and ophthalmic scientists to deliver research at the hospital.

Some of our lastest research includes:

                                                                 Mydriasert

                                                                 Introduction of the Mydriasert insert at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
                                                                 By Rita Mclauchlan, Julie Williams and Arun Brahma 

 

 

 

Glaucoma 

To vist Mr Au's glaucoma blog click below:

https://research.cmft.nhs.uk/news-events/blog-glaucoma-the-silent-thief-of-sight

https://research.cmft.nhs.uk/news-events/manchester-patients-are-first-in-the-uk-to-trial-new-glaucoma-treatm

 

 

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