There are no cures. There are very few treatments.
Help us change that.
Retina Australia funds and facilitates the top medical research into inherited retinal diseases (IRDs) through a competitive annual Research Grants Program.
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Inherited retinal diseases impact an estimated 19,000 Australians.
They are the leading cause of blindness in working age adults and the second leading cause of blindness in children.
in more than 140 projects
Retina Australia is delighted to announce two new Research Grant recipients for 2024. The new projects will focus on Stargardt disease and Virtual Reality...
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Retina Australia is delighted to announce the Research Grant Recipients for 2023. This year, Retina Australia has provided over $115,000 in funding to two...
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Retina Australia supports innovative research that will bring hope of lifechanging therapies for all Australians affected by an inherited retinal disease.
Leighton Boyd AMChair of the Board of Directors