Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 5.30pm -7pm AEST
Online via Zoom
Stem cell therapies, nanotechnology and beyond: the future of keratoconus
Are stem cell therapies using bioengineered tissue developed with state-of-the-art nanotechnology the future of keratoconus treatments? Innovative research underway as part of Sydney University’s Nano Grand Challenge project is providing hope that nano- bioengineered solutions can be developed to reverse vision loss caused by keratoconus and perhaps one day enable patients to discard their contact lenses and spectacles.
Keratoconus Australia, the Save Sight Institute and Sydney University’s Nano Institute are delighted to offer a rare insight into the latest research that could revolutionise the way keratoconus is treated and managed at this year’s KeraClub 22 seminar, to be held on Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 5.30pm – 7pm online via Zoom.
This year, KeraClub is honoured to welcome two of Australia’s leading researchers in the fields of nanotechnology and keratoconus, Dr Yogambha Ramaswamy and Professor Stephanie Watson OAM