The year 2021 in hindSIGHT
Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas chats with Prof Stephanie Watson, a corneal specialist and the head of the Corneal Research Group at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute, and the Head of the Corneal Unit at the Sydney Eye Hospital about the lessons dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in our research group in 2021, and the challenges for corneal research and our research projects for 2022.
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Don't forget to listen to our previous episodes -->
Ep8: The first international dry eye registry
Ep7: The link between dry eye and breast cancer treatment
Ep6: Quality-of-life questionnaire in keratoconus
Ep5: A glimpse on a new technology for corneal surgery
Ep4: Eye injury registry
Ep3: Herpes Simplex Keratitis
Ep2: Antimicrobial resistance in corneal infections
Ep1: Corneal infection and contact lenses
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