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Prof Watson on Lessons from COVID: Sydney Eye Podcast

The ninth episode of Sydney Eye podcast, created by Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas, a researcher at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute, is now available online.

In this episode, Dr Cabrera-Aguas chats with Prof Stephanie Watson, a corneal specialist and the head of the Corneal Research Group at the University of Sydney, Save Sight Institute, and the Head of the Corneal Unit at the Sydney Eye Hospital about the lessons dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in its research group in 2021, and the challenges for corneal research and our research projects for 2022.

Dr Cabrera-Aguas chats… about the lessons dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic… and the challenges for corneal research and our research projects

Sydney Eye Podcast was created to explore topics related to eye health and answer some common questions about eye conditions… with new knowledge we improve people’s lives by saving and optimising sight.

Access the Sydney Eye podcast here.

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