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WVU Eye Institute retinopathy of prematurity clinical trial results in FDA approval
A clinical trial conducted by the WVU Eye Institute for the use of EYELEA, an injection medication, has led to FDA approval for the treatment of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP).
WVU receives NIH funding to dissect the mechanism of retinal degeneration
Peter Stoilov and Visvanathan Ramamurthy—researchers at the West Virginia University School of Medicine—have spent the last several years collaborating to study proteins called Musashi, the loss of which causes rapid retinal degeneration. Their project recently received its fifth year of funding—$502,444—from the National Eye Institute, a division of the National Institutes of Health.
WVU Eye Institute offering corneal neurotization
The WVU Eye Institute is the first in the region to offer corneal neurotization, a surgery that reconnects nerves to the eye in order to restore sensation.
Making untreatable vision problems treatable: WVU receives $11M for visual sciences research center
With a new $11 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, West Virginia University has become just the second university in the country to receive funding for a visual-sciences Center of Biomedical Research Excellence.
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WVU Eye Institute implements 3D eye surgery technology
WV News I May 26, 2021
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