• Newsletter
    The summer edition of National Glaucoma Research Report outlines new research into the causes of glaucoma, drug screenings, and therapeutic strategies by generating retinal ganglion cells in a dish; a Q/A with Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD on the frontlines of discovery; a spotlight on Meredith Gregory-Ksander, PhD, and her research that may stop glaucoma development and vision loss; and much more.
    Friday, June 2, 2017
  • Newsletter
    Learn about new research that sheds light on sex-based differences in Alzheimer’s disease, how inflammation may be related to the development of Alzheimer’s, tips to engage someone who has Alzheimer’s in activities, and information about a citizen science project funded by BrightFocus Foundation that enables anyone to contribute to Alzheimer’s research by playing an online game, and more in the spring 2017 edition of Alzheimer’s Disease Research Review.
    Thursday, May 4, 2017
  • Newsletter
    The spring 2017 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News has information about a cancer drug that may lead to a new treatment for dry AMD, a story about how the implantable miniature telescope enhances sight in a patient with AMD, tips for how to make your home safer for people with low vision, and much more.
    Thursday, March 30, 2017
  • Newsletter
    Learn about experimental drugs implanted in the eye that may enhance visual function, the genetic risks of developing glaucoma, how glaucoma can occur even when eye pressures is a normal range, and much more in the winter 2017 edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report.
    Thursday, March 2, 2017
  • Newsletter
    The winter edition of Alzheimer’s Disease Research Review explores a new imaging technique that help with the early-stage detection of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), lifestyle changes for reducing the risk of AD, an innovative citizen science project called EyesOnALZ to engage the public in helping researchers analyze Alzheimer’s data, and more.
    Friday, January 13, 2017
  • Newsletter
    The fall 2016 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News explains how the latest research projects that we are funding could help find a cure, provides vision tips for driving in the winter, outlines the steps to prepare an eye-healthy recipe for Tuscan stew, and discusses BrightFocus Chats, a free monthly phone call with doctors, researchers, and experts in the field on timely topics regarding macular degeneration.
    Wednesday, November 30, 2016
  • Newsletter
    Learn about 32 new Alzheimer's disease research grants totaling over $6.8 million, a clinical trial that aims to slow memory loss before Alzheimer's symptoms appear, the association between weight and Alzheimer's, and a "cocktail" approach of treating Alzheimer's, in the fall 2016 edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Review.
    Tuesday, November 15, 2016
  • Newsletter
    The fall 2016 edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report explores a study examining the effects of pressure fluctuations on glaucoma that may lead to new treatment approaches, explains why a dilated eye exam is a must, provides vision tips for winter driving, and more.
    Monday, October 3, 2016
  • Newsletter
    Learn about a new concept for restoring sight to damaged eyes, how researchers are turning a patients’ own cells into retinal ganglion cells, a discussion regarding the medical vs. surgical treatment of glaucoma, and more in the summer edition of our glaucoma newsletter.
    Thursday, June 23, 2016
  • Don't miss out.
    Receive research updates, inspiring stories, and expert advice
    Keep me imformed about: *
    Please select at least one.
    You must select at least one disease category.
    Please enter your first name.
    Please enter your last name.