PROF CORONEO WITH CHEF LUKE MANGAN
Coroneo Cooks With Celebrity Chef Luke Mangan
Fifth year medical student Melissa Kuo and Professor Coroneo win a research grant from The Rebecca L. Cooper Medical Research Foundation for a project, "Novel techniques for the creation of
An Introduction to the GEF
The formation of The Genetic Eye Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to research and support of people with sight problems dates back to 1963. At that time in the course of routine ophthalmic practice, Dr. Frank Halliday became interested in treating retinitis pigmentosa.
Our activities in respect of hereditary eye conditions include recovery of medical information of patients with hereditary eye conditions; support for existing services and provisions of new ones, patient care and education. By means of DNA testing we hope to determine who is and who is not at risk of inherited eye disease.
The Genetic Eye Foundation has a proud and commendable history, with a dedicated list of donors and a membership comprising those affected, their families, researchers and health professionals. Funds are limited.
Over the years the Genetic Eye Foundation has provided funds for genetic research at the Prince of Wales Hospital and also for Bionic Eye research.
Professor Minas Coroneo, Chairman of The Genetic Eye Foundation aims to carry on this vital work