This category is for associations and organizations that represent vision care professionals, makers of corrective lenses, or people who are visually impaired. If this does not describe your site, please submit it to the appropriate category.
A resource for researchers in inflammatory eye diseases.
Information about the association. Clinical Conference announcements, continuing education courses and scientific meetings.
International network of individuals working to prepare, maintain and promote access to systematic reviews of interventions to treat or prevent eye diseases or visual impairment.
A resource for contact lens wearers (both current and potential wearers) and for contact lens practitioners - specifically for the dissemination of information, continuing education and public awareness of the many aspects of safe contact lens wear.
Consumer organization providing information about wavefront, LASIK, and other refractive surgery techniques. Includes a database of certified practitioners.
Federally designated, not-for profit organ recovery organization for the state of Arizona.
A non-profit organization funding fellowships and grants for vision research and children's eye clinics in the U.S. and internationally to prevent blindness and find cures for all eye diseases.
Global educational organisation dedicated to raising the standard of contact lens education worldwide and promoting the widespread, safe use of contact lenses.
Shares information and knowledge on the field of education and rehabilitation of people with visual impairment.
ISCEV promotes knowledge and cooperation in field of clinical and basic electrophysiology of vision.
Dealing with ocular research and news updates.
Researchers and clinicians engaged in research and clinical management of uveitis.
Worldwide organization dedicated to overcoming vision impairment through rehabilitation, education, research and advocacy.
Non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the recovery, evaluation and distribution of eye tissue for transplantation, research and education.
Works in conjunction with local Lions clubs and The LSU Medical Center to research eye care.
A team of scientists and engineers who conduct research on human vision and visual technology for NASA missions.
Non-profit advocacy organization made up of a coalition of professional, consumer, and industry organizations involved in research in eye and vision disorders.
Improves the quality of life in the areas of sight, hearing, diabetes and positive youth development.
Established by members of the Retina Service of Wills Eye Hospital, located in Philadelphia, PA. The Fund is devoted to medical research related to diseases of the retina, macular degeneration (Bower Laboratory), the development of a resource guide for PA.
Dedicated to preventing the needless loss of vision and hearing through effective screening, education, and research. This site provides public information about eye and ear topics as well as information regarding products and services.
Offers education and support, and strives to increase awareness and research into more effective treatments and a cure.
Provides national and regional talking newspapers and magazines in alternative formats for the blind, visually impaired and the disabled who find it difficult to hold a newspaper.
The official website of the Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society.
Optical trade organization dedicated to educating the public about eye health and eyewear. Tips on choosing the most attractive eyeglasses for the shape of your face.
Not for profit organisation providing services, facilities, and information to visually impaired persons. Contact and location details, resource list, professional and business service information, and library of Braille, audio, or large print format details included.
Facilitates collaboration and co-operation between organisations within the UK with a focus on visual impairment, and who operate on a national, regional or international basis.
Promotes the practice and research of the diseases of retina and vitreous.
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