The Retina Foundation of Canada has launched its inaugural fund-raising photo contest: photobr.org
Do you like taking photos?
Do you like participating in charitable campaigns with catchy, month-themed names?
Do you enjoy having functional eyes?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of the previous questions, I urge you to check out ‘Photobr’, a month-long photo contest being put on by the Retina Foundation of Canada. You’ll be supporting a great cause, and you can win great prizes like an iPad 3.
1. Visit http://photobr.org/index.php
2. Register and then post a cool picture that you have taken. The idea is to celebrate your vision.
3. Ask friends and family to support your picture by clicking on the picture and making a tax deductible donation of any size.
4. Spread the word.
Thanks for participating!
The Retina Foundation of Canada is pleased to announce the winners of its Clinical Research Grant.
Dr. Flavio Rezende
Universite de Montreal
“Vitreous Lipidomics in Exudative Age-Related Macular Degeneration”
Dr. Elvis Ojaimi
University of Toronto
“Ranibizumab for Diabetic Macular Edema: Determinants for Treatment Response”
Each receives a grant of $5000 to help them further research in the field of retina disease.
On Nov 26th, McGill attending staff, technicians, nurses, residents, and medical students staffed a free screening eye clinic. The aim is to improve access to ophthalmic care for seniors, those with language barriers, and people without a general ophthalmologist.
To get involved in the future, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (514) 285-8808.
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