Join us on Friday 24 July to find out more about cutting edge ophthalmology research

Are you interested in finding out about the latest developments in ophthalmology? Want to find out more about ophthalmology research at the Royal Manchester Eye Hospital?

Professor Paulo Stanga, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal Surgeon and Professor in Ophthalmology and Retinal Regeneration, will be giving a presentation on Friday 24th July about his work in ophthalmology.  The presentation will include some of his most recent work on the ‘bionic eye’, an electronic artificial retina – the Argus® II retinal prosthesis system.

Professor Stanga will also be talking about his work at the Manchester Vision Regeneration Lab, based in the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital with dedicated research clinics at the NIHR / Wellcome Trust Manchester Clinical Research Facility.

We have 10 spaces open to members of the public to attend this presentation. We anticipate these spaces to go quickly so if you would like to attend please register your interest Andrea Godfrey on 0161 906 7518 or as soon as possible.

The presentation will be held at the NIHR / Wellcome Manchester Clinical Research Facility on Grafton Street in Room S5, 2nd Floor, 2.00pm – 3.00pm. Refreshments will be available.

If you can’t attend you can find out more about Professor Stanga’s work by visiting his Consultant profile or reading Keith’s story. Keith was one of three blind patients with retinitis pigmentosa at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital to be fitted with the revolutionary bionic eye by Professor Stanga.