Retina research found a prominent position in the final planning document for BRAIN 2025, a U.S. government-wide focus on understanding the brain. Read more.


Senate subcommittee approves FY2015 spending bill that increases the NIH budget to $30.5 billion, which essentially restores the NIH budget to the pre-sequester FY2012 level. Read more. 


New study in TVST shows the brain, not the eye, controls the cellular process that leads to glaucoma. Learn more. 


NEI hosted a webinar on June 5 that discussed award specifics and special program requirements related to the first Audacious Goal RFA.


AEVR’s World Glaucoma Week briefing put the spotlight on NEI-funded researchers studying the genetic basis of glaucoma and featured Janey Wiggs, MD, PhD, FARVO and Louis Pasquale, MD, FARVO. Read more.


 

 

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The first female deputy director at the National Eye Institute (NEI),
Deborah Carper, PhD, FARVO, reflects on her 40 years at NIH, after retiring in May.