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As an Australian volunteer-led charity, Retina Australia funds world-leading research into treatments and cures for blindness caused by inherited retinal disease.  Thanks to our wonderful donors we have invested over $5.5 million in more than 40 research projects since 1983.

2016 Report – Livia Carvalho et al
Cone photoreceptor development and cell death mechanisms
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2016 Report – AIRDR
Australian Inherited Retinal Diseases Register and DNA Bank
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2015 Report – Marc Sarossy et al
Hyperspectral funduscopy for non-invasive detection of retinal ischemia
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2015 Report – Nigel Lovell
Evaluation of electrical stimulation strategies for selective activation of neurons by a retinal prosthesis
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2015 Report – David Mackeyet al
Accelerating therapeutic discoveries for retinitis pigmentosa
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2015 Report – Sandy Hung et al
Correcting inherited retinal disease through gene editing
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2014 Report – Lauren Ayton et al
Validation of novel outcome measures for use in vision restoration clinical trials
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2014 Report – Robyn Jamieson et al
Finding genetics answers for Leber congenital amaurosis using next-generation sequencing
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2013 Report – Erica Fletcher et al
The role of gliosis in advanced retinal degeneration
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2012 Report – Krisztina Valter et al
In vitro and In vivo Response of Retinal Muller Glia to Photobiomodulation
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2011 Report – Erica Fletcher
The role of purines in photoreceptor death during retinal degeneration
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2011 Report – Robyn Guymer et al
Does the level of systemic inflammation influence the outcome of treatment in neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration?
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2011 Report – David Hunt et al
Role of a novel miRNA in the dominant syndromic disorder of macular dystrophy and split habd and foot malformation
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2010 Report – Ursula Greferath
Histamine in the development and maintenance of the retina
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2010 Report – Erica Fletcher et al
Recent developments in retinal degeneration
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2009 Report – Erica Fletcher
The role of purines in photoreceptor death during retinal degeneration
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2008 Report – Michael Kalloniatis et al
Photoreceptor degeneration in retinitis pigmentosa
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2007 Report – Elizabeth Rakoczy et al
Gene therapy for LCA and Age-Related Macular Degeneration
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2006 Report – Elizabeth Rakoczy et al
Optimising the benefits of retinal gene therapy using animal models of Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis
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2006 Report – Nigel Lovell et al
Functional optical imaging of the cat visual cortex in response to electrical stimulation of the retina
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2005 Report – JJ Wang et al
Cataract surgery and risk of Age-related Macular Degeneration
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2005 Report – Elizabeth Rakoczy et al
Can the process of advanced retinal degeneration be prevented or slowed  down in the RPE65 models of LCA?
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