January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, and BrightFocus Foundation is pleased to announce the 2024 schedule of Glaucoma Chats, free, accessible and interactive audio podcast conversations with leading glaucoma specialists and eye care professionals.
BrightFocus Foundation, in partnership with three other global vision loss advocacy organizations, has declared Dec. 5 as World Geographic Atrophy Day.
BrightFocus Foundation’s 2023 annual report highlights an incredible year of pioneering neurodegenerative research.
Vision scientists from across the globe will convene at BrightFocus Foundation’s second Macular Fast Track program on October 23 in Torremolinos, Spain. The immersive workshop, which serves as the pre-symposium of the International Symposium on Retinal Degeneration (RD2023), trains promising graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and other early-career scientists focused on vision research to help speed progress toward a cure for macular degeneration.
As we mark World Sight Day today, October 12, BrightFocus Foundation reaffirms its commitment to funding breakthrough research for macular degeneration and glaucoma and providing valuable resources for people living with low vision.
On Friday, Oct. 13, BrightFocus and the International African American Museum hosted "Small Miracles: A Promise Toward a Future of Health and Wellness," an in-person and live-streamed panel discussion on the importance of equitable access to health care.
Global brain and vision research nonprofit BrightFocus Foundation has appointed three industry leaders to its board of directors.
Global nonprofit BrightFocus Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received a $50,000 donation from Alzheimer’s Los Angeles (Alzheimer’s LA) to support two innovative Alzheimer’s disease research scientists as part of the Foundation’s 2023 research portfolio.
BrightFocus Foundation hosted its 50th Anniversary Celebration and Awards on June 14 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, June 14, BrightFocus hosted a bipartisan congressional briefing to highlight the importance of funding and diversity in research to improve health equity and cure brain and vision diseases.