Our Capabilities

Identifying and classifying the risk of progression in age-related macular degeneration (AMD) by applying pattern recognition to multi-modal images of the retina, changes in which can also be used to diagnose and analyse the progression of other retinal and optic nerve diseases. 

The 2017 global definition of dry eye disease - a common, yet poorly managed condition that is prevalent in up to 50% of Asian populations - highlights the importance of loss of tear film homeostasis and neurosensory abnormalities. This research program has developed and validated a suite of techniques and instruments which focus on these two key disease processes.

Strategies for improved medical device compliance and patient involvement in research, and expertise in genomics, immunology, microbiology, image analysis and mathematical modelling to improve the diagnosis and management strategies for corneal infections.