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EVENT: Raine Visiting Professor Lecture: Myopia genetics

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Today's date is Monday, December 16, 2019
Raine Visiting Professor Lecture: Myopia genetics : Shortsightedness is a major global health problem. Hear how gene discoveries will help uncover the biology underpinning this condition Other events...
Prof Terri Young specialises in the medical and surgical management of paediatric eye disorders and adult/childhood strabismus and has developed a program with clinical geneticists to provide comprehensive care and evaluation of patients with genetic disorders with accompanying eye issues. She is the world’s leading researcher in myopia genetics and will outline work to date that is determining the genes involved to uncover the biological underpinnings of this condition.
Speaker(s) Professor Terri Young
Location Bayliss Building (MSC) Lecture Theatre G33
Contact Hilary Salisbury <hilarysalisbury@lei.org.au> : 93810779
URL http://www.raine.uwa.edu.au
Start Thu, 20 Sep 2012 12:30
End Thu, 20 Sep 2012 14:00
Submitted by Hilary Salisbury <hilarysalisbury@lei.org.au>
Last Updated Wed, 10 Apr 2013 13:57
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