Innovative Science

Innovative Science

We hear hope firsthand from scientists about their progress toward innovative tools and technologies, which provide earlier and more accurate diagnoses and treatments.

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We see hope in the eyes of the young, promising scientists who each year have their research ideas and "what-ifs" accelerated through our Fast Track programs and fellowship awards.

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Recent Updates

Recent Updates

  • National Glaucoma Research Report: Winter 2020

    Information on the connection between uveitis and glaucoma, the research of Jason Porter, PhD, who is working on a new method to detect glaucoma, surgical treatment options for open-angle glaucoma, and more are found in the winter 2020 edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report.

    Wednesday, February 12, 2020
  • Alzheimer's Disease Research Review: Winter 2020

    The latest on a blood test that shows high accuracy in detecting early Alzheimer's pathology, diet and protection from Alzheimer's, an encouraging announcement from Biogen, a protein that might put the brakes on Alzheimer's, and more are found in the winter 2020 edition of Alzheimer's Research Review.

    Wednesday, February 12, 2020
  • Defeating Alzheimer’s: It Takes A Team

    Honoring his grandfather who had recently passed away from Alzheimer’s, Lafayette guard Cal Reichwein (Doylestown, PA) dedicated the game to supporting scientific research through BrightFocus Foundation’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research program.

    Tuesday, February 11, 2020