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Glaucoma research: How does glaucoma 'look' and what's Kate Moss got to do with it? | Digital Glaucoma Support Group

Join our digital glaucoma support group, titled ‘Glaucoma Research: How does glaucoma ‘look’ and what’s Kate Moss got to do with it?’. Continuing our spotlight on glaucoma research, David Crabb, Professor of Statistics and Vision Research at City University London will be our speaker for this session. He will be talking to us about the work his team carries out on measuring vision, visual fields and imaging, and showing us how data collected is being used to increase knowledge and understanding of what glaucoma actually looks like. After the talk, you will have an opportunity to ask him questions.

 

Registration: to join this webinar, register in advance by clicking here

You will receive a confirmation email from Zoom. This also contains a link to an optional rehearsal being held on 26 May at 3.00pm. You are welcome to join this to familiarise yourself with Zoom and how the webinar will work. You may join at any time and only stay for as long as you need.

If you experience any difficulties or have any questions, please contact Philippa Mason on P.Mason@glaucoma.uk

 


 

Don’t have internet access?

You can also join this session by telephone. Dial in on telephone at 3.00pm on 3 June 2021 by calling +44 208 080 6591 or +44 208 080 6592

Please note, if joining on the phone you will only be able to listen to the verbal presentation. You will not be able to ask questions or view the supporting presentation slides.

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Date and Time

Thursday
3rd June 2021

15:00 PM - 16:00 PM

Location

Virtual

Booking Information

Click here to register for webinar – booking is essential

We understand many people may be nervous about taking part in these webinars. It’s new territory for you, and us! If you sign up to the webinar, you will receive full joining instructions, and we will run a test session beforehand to help people understand how it all works and have a dry run.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Philippa Mason

P.Mason@glaucoma.uk

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