Glaucoma Research

  1. The Catalyst for a Cure (CFC) researchers—funded by Glaucoma Research Foundation—discuss why retinal ganglion cells are important in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. Learn about these specialized neurons that are necessary for vision and how they are affected in glaucoma. The CFC investigators are Alfredo Dubra, PhD, Jeffrey L. Goldberg, MD, PhD, Andrew Huberman, PhD, and Vivek Srinivasan, PhD. Learn more at glaucoma.org/research

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  2. Andrew Huberman, PhD is a principal investigator in the Catalyst for a Cure consortium funded by Glaucoma Research Foundation in San Francisco, CA. Catalyst for a Cure brings together scientists from different backgrounds to work collaboratively to understand glaucoma and find ways to improve treatment and ultimately cure this blinding disease. The Huberman laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine seeks to understand how the retinal and brain circuits that underlie vision wire up during development and to develop new strategies to monitor, prevent, and treat retinal ganglion cell loss in glaucoma. Learn more at glaucoma.org/research

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  3. Andrew Huberman, PhD is a principal investigator in the Catalyst for a Cure consortium funded by Glaucoma Research Foundation in San Francisco, CA. Catalyst for a Cure brings together scientists from different backgrounds to work collaboratively to understand glaucoma and find ways to improve treatment and ultimately cure this blinding disease. The Huberman laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine seeks to understand how the retinal and brain circuits that underlie vision wire up during development and to develop new strategies to monitor, prevent, and treat retinal ganglion cell loss in glaucoma. Learn more at glaucoma.org/research

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  4. Dr. Goldberg's research is directed at neuroprotection and regeneration of retinal ganglion cells and other retinal neurons. His laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine is developing novel stem cell and nanotherapeutics approaches for ocular repair, studying retinal ganglion cell development, survival and axon regeneration in glaucoma, and investigating the cellular basis for the developmental loss of axon growth ability. Jeffrey L. Goldberg, MD, PhD is a principal investigator in the Catalyst for a Cure Biomarkers Team funded by Glaucoma Research Foundation in San Francisco, CA. Catalyst for a Cure brings together scientists from different backgrounds to work collaboratively to understand glaucoma and find ways to improve treatment and ultimately cure this blinding disease. Learn more at glaucoma.org/research

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  5. The Srinivasan Laboratory develops novel optical imaging techniques and diagnostics with applications spanning from basic to clinical research. Their highly interdisciplinary approach combines cutting edge imaging technologies with collaborations ranging from neurobiology to neurology and ophthalmology to test fundamental hypotheses and explore the diagnostic implications. Vivek Srinivasn, PhD is a principal investigator in the Catalyst for a Cure Biomarkers Team funded by Glaucoma Research Foundation in San Francisco, CA. Catalyst for a Cure brings together scientists from different backgrounds to work collaboratively to understand glaucoma and find ways to improve treatment and ultimately cure this blinding disease. Learn more at glaucoma.org/research

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Glaucoma Research

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For more than 35 years, the Glaucoma Research Foundation has funded innovative clinical and laboratory research. We will continue to lead the way in research until a cure is found. Watch these videos to learn more about the research we fund to find a…


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For more than 35 years, the Glaucoma Research Foundation has funded innovative clinical and laboratory research. We will continue to lead the way in research until a cure is found. Watch these videos to learn more about the research we fund to find a cure for glaucoma. More information: glaucoma.org/research/

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