Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker


As the Foundation Fighting Blindness’ chief research officer, Dr. Stephen Rose – who prefers to be called Steve – is highly respected for his expertise, intelligence and tireless commitment to finding treatments and cures for vision-robbing retinal diseases. But it’s his accessibility and down-to-earth nature that stand out for many of his peers and Foundation members.

The following articles were authored by EyeOnTheCure

VISIONS2018 Live Stream

Artist with Usher Syndrome Excited to Register on My Retina Tracker to Drive Retinal Research

Artis Dana Simon at work.In a post at, artist Dana Simon describes her experience with My Retina Tracker, a free and secure online registry for people with inherited retinal diseases. My Retina Tracker provides researchers with invaluable information that helps them study retinal diseases, and informs patients when their profile matches clinical-trial criteria. Examples of Dana’s artwork can be found on her website.

Another Promising Bionic Retina

Video Included:
Video Screenshot
Last February, I blogged about the emergence of “bionic” or artificial retinas for restoring some vision in people who are blind from retinal diseases. In that post, I featured Second Sight’s vision-restoring device, the Argus II, which is now on
the market in Europe and, hopefully, soon in the United States.
Continue Reading…