H2020 MERLIN project celebrates successful final review

At Imagine Eyes we are happy to announce the successful completion of our Horizon 2020 MERLIN project. We received a very…

i2eye meeting – Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease

Users of Imagine Eyes' adaptive optics retinal imaging systems will present 11 talks about phenotyping and monitoring of diseases in the retina...

Inherited retinal diseases: advances in imaging to accelerate progress in therapy

Recent advances in genetics and molecular biology have fostered the development of several treatments for IRDs, with the...

Euretina 2021 – Progression rate of retinitis pigmentosa measured over 6 months

Researchers at the Lions Eye Institute present a longitudinal study that assessed the progression of RP with both OCT and rtx1...

Euretina 2021 – Retinal imaging beyond photoreceptor cells

Users of Imagine Eyes’ rtx1 adaptive optics retinal cameras  will report a number of new and extraordinary explorations...

Short-term assessment of photoreceptor rescue after gene therapy

Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) has been the first inherited retinal disease with a gene therapy approved for clinical use.…

Review article: microvascular biomarkers assessed with adaptive optics

Adaptive optics (AO) imaging has brought unique possibilities for assessing retinal blood vessels, thanks to direct visualizations…

rtx1 users’ e-symposium 2021

Last week, Imagine Eyes held the first edition of the rtx1 users' e-symposium. Clinicians, researchers and ophthalmic photographers…

Clinical and animal findings with adaptive optics retinal cameras

In recent years, not only clinical investigators, but also animal researchers have increasingly adopted the rtx1 AO camera…