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Good news continues for Indigenous eye health with program extension

20 July 2018, Sydney, Australia: We are pleased to announce the Australian Government has provided a further $2.5 million for retinal cameras…
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Dr David Wilson Memorial Scholarship to support research into myopia

Sydney, Australia, 19 July 2018: Today we proudly announce Nicole Xiao Liu, a PhD candidate studying at Brien Holden Vision Institute, is…
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New leadership, and a new era, at Brien Holden

Sydney, Australia, 16 July 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has announced a shift in focus to address future needs both for the…
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Specialists taking ‘myopia management’ education across Asia

Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2018: Up to 80-90% of school leavers in East Asia are myopic, creating a booming demand for services…
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MYOPIC MACULAR DEGENERATION – FIVE-FOLD INCREASE IN VISION IMPAIRMENT BY 2050

Sydney, Australia, 11 July 2018: A five-fold increase in vision impairment due to myopic macular degeneration (MMD) is a likely consequence of…
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‘Myopia Awareness Week’ going global in 2019

Sydney, Australia, 28 June 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute and the World Council of Optometry are pleased to announce a partnership to…
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SynergEyes® and Brien Holden Vision Institute join forces for specialty contact lens development

Carlsbad, U.S., 13 June 2018: SynergEyes and Brien Holden Vision Institute have entered into an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement to deliver advanced,…
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Prestigious UNSW Alumni Award to former Brien Holden Vision Institute student

Sydney, Australia, 28 May 2018: Former Brien Holden Vision Institute student, Dr Ashik Mohamed, has received the 2018 UNSW Alumni Award for…
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Is your child between the age of 6 and 17 years and short-sighted?

Your child does not need to be experienced or have tried wearing contact lenses before.
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