The first insights into dengue virus damage to the eye start the work needed to combat one of the important side effects in the infectious disease’s […]
Flinders University’s Professor Keryn Williams, the sight pioneer who leads the Australian Corneal Graft Registry, has been awarded a Companion of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours.
Chinese students have increased opportunities to complete Flinders’ Master of Business under an expanded international agreement with first-tier Central South University.
A Flinders researcher has co-authored a case study that found live Ebola virus in a patient’s eye fluid, 10 weeks after the virus was no longer detectable in the patient’s blood.
Staff and industry stakeholders have gathered at the Flinders Vision Clinic on Wednesday (October 1) to celebrate the official launch of the new eye care centre.
A successful diabetes management program run by Flinders University in rural and remote Indigenous communities may soon link with a critical eye screening service.
Researchers from Flinders University are looking into the past to predict whether some people in the early stages of glaucoma are likely to go blind in the future.
Australians may be known for their generosity, but when it comes to the plight of refugees we should be more morally aware.
An Australian research team led by Flinders University researchers has discovered two new genes that could open the way to new treatments for blinding glaucoma.