Genetic etiologies of congenital esotropia [ 2012 - 2015 ]

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Researchers: Prof David Mackey (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Elizabeth Engle A/Pr Alex Hewitt A/Pr Stuart Macgregor

Brief description Strabismus is the pathological misalignment of the eyes associated with loss of binocular vision and is one of the most common human ophthalmological disorders. Patients with comitant strabismus have full eye movements, whereas patients with incomitant strabismus have limited eye movements, which causes the angle of strabismus to vary with gaze direction. This project aims to define genetic contributors to comitant congenital strabismus.

Funding Amount $AUD 371,837.15

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Notes Standard Project Grant

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