Eye Research

“Never forget that life is already happening, right now!”

“Never forget that life is already happening, right now!”
Dr Audra Shadforth is a postdoctoral scientist at the Queensland Eye Institute....

“I really enjoy it when the hard work results in a promising answer to a research question.”

“I really enjoy it when the hard work results in a promising answer to a research question.”
Ms Elham Nili is a postgraduate student at the Queensland Eye Institute....

“I am proud to know that the work I do has the potential to benefit so many in the community.”

“I am proud to know that the work I do has the potential to benefit so many in the community.”
Associate Professor Nigel Barnett is a senior scientist at the Queensland Eye Institute....

“Know yourself and be true to yourself.”

“Know yourself and be true to yourself.”
Professor Damien Harkin is a senior scientist at the Queensland Eye Institute....

“Come back to wonder and passion when things get tough. It’ll see you through.”

“Come back to wonder and passion when things get tough. It’ll see you through.”
Ms Natalie McKirdy is a PhD candidate at the Queensland Eye Institute....

ARVO Asia 2017 – Brisbane, Australia

ARVO Asia 2017 – Brisbane, Australia
Early in February the Queensland Eye Institute hosted the 2017 ARVO Asia meeting....

Corneal stem cells could potentially regenerate a failing endothelium

Corneal stem cells could potentially regenerate a failing endothelium
By Dr Jenny Young | The cornea is the clear part of the eye at the front. It protects the eye and allows light to pass through to the retina so that we can see. There is a thin cell layer on the inner surface of the cornea that keeps it healthy and c...