Research Studies 10
The Bergelson Lab at Duke University is looking for families with blind infants to participate in studies about language development.
Is it important to take vision into account when assessing the needs of children with cerebral palsy? You can help make that happen!
This series of Advisory Boards hosted by Spark Therapeutics will be with members of the community living with an RPE65 genetic mutation.
A recent JHU study shows blind people use visual cortex while solving math problems
Harvard is seeking information about people with severe early onset retinal disease. This information will inform the design of a new technology that has the potential to help people with these diseases access their residual vision.
My Retina Tracker is a resource from the Foundation Fighting Blindness that lets individuals manage their information around their retina disease, while researchers can curate the information to further treatment of those diseases.
The Institute on Blindness at Louisiana Tech University is looking for participants for a research study on leisure reading in blind and visually impaired children.
MIT is conducting a research study on brain plasticity in children who are born blind. They are recruiting children between the ages of 4-14 who are legally blind and who do not have cognitive or neurological disabilities.
Sonja Biggs is looking for mothers of blind children to participate in a study on school skills. Sonja would like to see how mothers prepare their blind children for school.
A graduate student in the Genetic Counseling Program at Brandeis University is looking for mothers to participate in a research study designed to explore how a mother feels while bonding with her child with a visual impairment.