12 September 2017
From October to March, Cardiff University Optometrists offer free eye examinations and contact lens appointments for everyone.
18 July 2017
Leukaemia fight proves no obstacle for inspirational optometry graduate
1 May 2017
For the second consecutive year, Cardiff University’s School of Optometry and Vision Sciences have been ranked ‘Number One’ in the UK for Optometry, according to the Complete University Guide 2018.
27 April 2017
Professor Marcela Votruba has been elected as a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales
29 March 2017
Around 3,700 children and families put their brains to the test on Sunday as they gathered at the National Museum Cardiff for this year’s Brain Games event.
17 March 2017
Inspiring next generation of researchers and doctors
16 March 2017
3rd Annual Inherited Eye Disease Patient Day Wednesday 15th March 2017 5.00—8.30pm Cardiff School of Optometry & Vision Sciences Main Lecture Theatre
13 March 2017
Albert Waeschle have kindly donated 13 ‘Opticlar’ Ophthalmoscope/Retinoscope sets to the School
12 December 2016
Study reveals benefit of home care by visual rehabilitation officers
17 March 2016
Scientists from Cardiff University say they have found a way of restoring sight by growing tissue from human stem cells
9 March 2016
Vision restored in rabbits following stem cell transplantation
25 January 2016
New research backs call for depression screening in low vision clinics
Pass rates for professional examinations above national average
8 January 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.
7 January 2016
Pete Hong, an undergraduate teaching clinic supervisor in the School for many years, has been made an MBE for services to Optometry
6 November 2015
Three Cardiff winners at the Association of Optometrists awards ceremony, which was held on 5th November 2015 in Birmingham
21 October 2015
New optometry facility to boost community care.
9 October 2015
University research shows first-born individuals are up to 20% more likely to develop short-sightedness than later born children.
8 April 2015
Eyeliner too close to the eye leads to contamination
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