Associate Professor John Grigg, 25 November 2016 The ability to accurately diagnose genetic ophthalmic conditions is critical to facilitating effective counselling, disease treatment and management. The genomic medicine revolution is providing answers for many families with inherited eye disease.
Some 18 million people worldwide are estimated to be blind through lack of treatment but there would be thousands more if it wasn’t for Geoffrey Painter. The Warrawee eye surgeon has given the gift of sight not only to many Australians, but to thousands in Asia and the Pacific. He has been
Associate Professor John Grigg attended the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) 2015 Congress in Wellington this week, his Council Lecture identified as a highlight of the event: “Another highlight of Sundays programme was the Council Lecture in which