News articles

Breakthrough in the genetics of retinal degeneration

An international study has identified how a disturbance in a sequence of genes can cause serious visual impairment.

New arrangements for managing the ocular oncology service

The ocular oncology service is managed by Moorfields and is provided at two sites. Click here for contact numbers.

Children and young people rate Moorfields care in CQC survey

Children, young people and their carers highly rate the care and treatment received at Moorfields.

New ocular oncology service at Moorfields Eye Hospital

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust takes responsibility for the management of ocular oncology services across southern England.

Dramatic drop in eye – tissue donations sparks Moorfields Campaign

Moorfields is mounting a major drive to increase the numbers of people prepared to become eye donors after their death

Doctor on a mission to reinvent eye examination wins prestigious award

Moorfields doctor Pearse Keane is the first ophthalmologist in the UK to win prestigious NIHR Clinician Scientist award.

Research trial will use femtosecond laser surgery for NHS cataract patients

Research trial to assess benefits of the latest high-precision laser technology in routine NHS cataract operations is underway at Moorfields.

Moorfields genetics specialists help identify new gene causing achromatopsia

An international team of geneticist including Professors Michel Michaelides and Andrew Webster have discovered a new gene that underlies a rare inherited eye disorder causing childhood-onset blindness.