Yr Ysgol Optometreg a Gwyddorau'r Golwg

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Stem cells

Tyfu meinwe llygad yn y lab

9 Mawrth 2016

Adfer golwg cwningod ar ôl trawsblaniad bôn-gelloedd

Optom with patient

Canlyniadau arbennig i raddedigion optometreg

25 Ionawr 2016

Cyfraddau pasio arholiadau proffesiynol yn uwch na'r cyfraddau cenedlaethol ar gyfartaledd.

Dr Tom Margrain

Anwybyddu iselder ymysg cleifion sy'n colli eu golwg

25 Ionawr 2016

Ymchwil newydd yn cefnogi galwadau am brosesau sgrinio iselder mewn clinigau golwg gwan.

Annual Patient Day for Welsh Patients with Inherited Eye Disease

Patient Day for Welsh Patients with Inherited Eye Disease

8 Ionawr 2016

The second Annual Patient Day for Welsh Patients with Inherited Eye Disease was held on Friday the 8th of January 2016 in the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.

Pete Hong awarded MBE

MBE for Services to Optometry

7 Ionawr 2016

Pete Hong, an undergraduate teaching clinic supervisor in the School for many years, has been made an MBE for services to Optometry

Cardiff hat trick at the AOP Awards!

Cardiff hat trick at the AOP Awards!

6 Tachwedd 2015

Three Cardiff winners at the Association of Optometrists awards ceremony, which was held on 5th November 2015 in Birmingham

eye clinic opening

Cyfleuster gofal llygaid newydd yn agor

21 Hydref 2015

Cyfleuster newydd I hybu gofal yn gymuned.

Optom looking into girls eyes

Plant cyntaf-anedig yn fwy tebygol o fynd yn fyr eu golwg

9 Hydref 2015

Mae ymchwil gan y Brifysgol yn dangos bod unigolion cyntaf-anedig hyd at 20% yn fwy tebygol o fynd yn fyr eu golwg o'u cymharu â phlant a enir yn ddiweddarach.

Courtesy of University of Waterloo

Research Reveals Eye Makeup Contamination Risks

8 Ebrill 2015

Eyeliner too close to the eye leads to contamination.

Courtesy of University of Waterloo

Study Reveals Eye Make-up Infection

8 Ebrill 2015

Eye makeup applied inside the lash line is likely to cause discomfort and may increase the risk of an eye infection, according to a recently published study

Optometry building

Inherited Eye Disease Patient Day

21 Ionawr 2015

This is a new initiative designed to bring people with inherited eye disease together, especially those located in South Wales. The meeting will be as interactive as possible.

Ref LARGE

High-impact research ranks Cardiff School of Optometry & Vision Sciences among best in UK

16 Ionawr 2015

The UK-wide assessment of the quality of University research, called the Research Excellence Framework (REF), scored Cardiff UNIVERSITY at 3.42 out of 4 in this area against a UK average of just over 3. This placed the University fourth overall in the country. It also means that of UK schools of optometry in the REF Cardiff School of Optometry & Vision Sciences is ranked the highest.

Optometry Research equipment

Launch of new Master of Research (MRes) degree

18 Rhagfyr 2014

The School of Optometry and Vision Sciences will launch an exciting new Master of Research (MRes) programme in March 2015

Down's Syndrome Vision Research Unit

Down's syndrome eye care pioneer receives OBE

18 Mehefin 2014

Dr Maggie Woodhouse has been awarded an OBE for services to optometry and people with disabilities.

New and emerging health technologies for inherited retinal diseases

12 Mehefin 2014

This review sought to identify new and emerging health technologies that aim to slow or stop disease progression and/or reverse sight loss in people with inherited retinal diseases.

Eye test

Improving patient care

25 Ebrill 2014

Minister sees benefit of new Technologies and Telehealth Fund.

Professor Marcela Votruba

A new focus for optometry

2 Ionawr 2014

Professor Marcela Votruba has been appointed as the new Head of the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.

Janaka Sasitharan dispensing glasses to a patient in Zambia

Vision aid overseas

13 Tachwedd 2013

Two UK optometry students have successfully completed a coveted placement in Zambia with international development charity Vision Aid Overseas

Keith Meek receives the Pearce Medal

30 Hydref 2013

Keith is the first non-Ophthalmologist to be awarded the prestigious Pearce medal.

Dr Tom Magrain

Detecting Sight Loss

17 Gorffennaf 2013

A team of University scientists have teamed-up with leading space engineers to create an instrument which could help detect the developed world’s most common form of sight loss.