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Contact Lens and Anterior Eye Research Unit (CLAER)

 

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The Contact Lens and Anterior Eye Research Unit (CLAER) is involved in clinically-related research in corneal function, tear-film physiology and contact lenses. A better knowledge of the interaction between the cornea and the tear-film is vital in understanding the aetiology and treatment of dry-eye, and for successful contact lens wear.

 


 

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Background

The Contact Lens and Anterior Eye Research Unit (CLAER) was established within the Clinical Investigation and Vision Sciences Research Group in September 2001, and continues to expand.

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Current Projects

A list of the Unit's Current Projects.



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Contact us

Information about the Unit for Prospective Postgraduate Students.


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Unit Members

A list of the Unit's Members, including Advisors, Postgraduate Students and Postgraduate Researchers.