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Recent Posts

April 1, 2018

Melbourne Eye Specialists, in partnership with The University of Melbourne, CERA, and the Eye and Ear Hospital, are engaged in a pioneering study to identify a role for Vitamin B3 in protecting patients who have glaucoma.

Professor Jonathan Crowston is the lead clinicia...

March 15, 2018

The 2018 International Glaucoma Surgery Society Meeting is occuring in September in Montreal.

A lot of changes have occured in glaucoma surgery over the past couple of years. This unique conference is designed to discuss and evaluate surgery techniques and highligh prom...

October 3, 2017

Premade reading glasses available at Melbourne Eye Specialists as a donation to the Centre for Eye Research Australia. $20 buys a high quality device, which can be perfect for those people particularly where they need an extra pair of glasses. Please ask at reception.

January 1, 2016

The GONE (Glaucomatous Optic Neuropathy Evaluation) has now hit over 6,000 downloads and is the most visited ophthalmic education site on earth. The GONE program was developed by Michael Coote and Jonathan Crowston.

February 1, 2015

The investigative glaucoma device (the CERA implant) was developed by Michael Coote and Jonathan Crowston, and has been published and presented extensively, but recently was published in the Journal of American Medical Association of Ophthalmology in February 2015.

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