Skimming the Ocular Surface with TFOS’ Amy Gallant Sullivan and Purdue Researcher Chi Hwan Lee

Skimming the Ocular Surface with TFOS’ Amy Gallant Sullivan and Purdue Researcher Chi Hwan Lee

Episode 187

This week the OIS Podcast skims the ocular surface with two interviews. First, we talk with Amy Gallant Sullivan, executive director of the Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society (TFOS), about her organization’s work in raising awareness about ocular surface disease and dry eye. TFOS and the Alliance for Eye and Vision Research sponsored a congressional briefing on dry eye in Washington, DC, last week. Then, Purdue University researcher Chi Hwan Lee, PhD, explains why Google and Alcon inspired him and his team to develop the glucose-sensing contact lens. What’s next for the early stage project?

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