THE MARATHON IS BACK!
The annual TCS Toronto Waterfront Marathon (formerly sponsored by Scotiabank) is now open for registration. To join us in fundraising for our largest annual fundraiser, click here to join our team!
To catch up on the latest glaucoma news and events, click the links below.
This years results are in! To see a list of this year’s Grant Recipients, click the button below!
Please join us in congratulating the recipient of the 2022 Mel Mitzel Research Excellence Award, Dr. Phillipe Monnier.
We wish Dr. Monnier and all of this year’s grant recipients the best of luck on their research!
The review process is underway for applications submitted for the 2022 research campaign
Dr. Schlenker’s March 8th presentation on Glaucoma Surgeries was a great hit!
Great news: Jordan Tidd has announced her second exhibit, scheduled for July 23rd!
Details on her first exhibit, including a link to her website can be found in our Spring 2022 Newsletter.
Getting your house in order may have added benefits for the quality of life in older glaucoma patients.
Read more Qs & As in the Spring 2022 Newsletter.
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The Glaucoma Research Society of Canada is the only Canadian non-profit organization solely dedicated to funding glaucoma research. Since 1989, it has raised more than five million dollars in support of 247 research projects. The Society funds 10 to 15% of all independent glaucoma research in Canada.
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TEST YOUR EYE-Q!
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WORLD GLAUCOMA ASSOCIATION
Check out the World Glaucoma Association’s website that features Glaucoma Information for patients and their loved ones
Many of our supporters have discovered that they don’t need to be wealthy to make a profound difference …
GRSC’s DONATION PAGE includes several options for making a financial contribution:
– send an eCard for most any occasion – please note the option following the credit card info (as seen in this photo)
– make smaller, monthly contributions that add up over time – please note the option on the top of the page (highlighted in this photo)
– make a donation in tribute to a special person or their memory
Dr. Enitan Sogbesan delivered the 11th Annual Albert Waxer Lecture titled, Creating a Virtual Reality App for Patient Education, Treatment Adherence & Quality of Life at GRSC’s Annual Supporters’ Meeting on October 6th, 2021. He was later joined by Dr. Rajiv Bindlish, Dr. Catherine Birt, and Dr. Cindy Hutnik for a live Q&A session with attendees. Click here to see a recording of the event.
Visual Fields and OCTs: What are they and how do them? was held on June 3rd, 2021. Following a lecture on Visual Field and Optical Coherence Topography tests that included practical tips for taking and administering the tests, Dr. Catherine Birt answered attendee questions live. You can see the full event by clicking here!
The Importance of Eye Drops: Tips, Tricks, and Instructional Lecture presented by GRSC’s Dr. Rajiv Bindlish. For the Lecture portion of the webinar presented by GRSC on March 9th in celebration of World Glaucoma Week 2021, please click here. We hope you find it enjoyable and informative!
Dr. Cindy Hutnik and her research team Dr. Vinay Kansal, Dr. James Armstrong and Jacqueline Slomovic, present at GRSC’s Annual Supporters’ Meeting in October 2020. Click here to learn more about recent Canadian glaucoma statistics, how glaucoma affects people, why further research is so important, along with the initial findings from Dr. Hutnik’s project Effect of Neuroprotective Drugs in Glaucoma – a 2020 GRSC grant recipient.
(Click here to see other highlights from GRSC’s 2020 Annual Supporters’ Meeting.
OTHER GLAUCOMA VIDEOS:
Glaucoma Educational Video Link (half way down page) shared courtesy of Oakville Eye Associates
Although there is no cure yet for glaucoma, medications and surgery can help you live with the disease and slow its progress.