SOVS proposes to purchase and build a NZ Vision Bus, which will provide full eye testing on site for children throughout New Zealand.
Would you like to contribute to vision science research in New Zealand? Find out more.
Congratulations to SOVS academic staff Dr Jason Turuwhenua and Dr Ehsan Vaghefi, who will receive $200,000 each for their projects.
On 10 June, a group of Māori Year 11 students and their whānau came to SOVS as part of a programme organised by the Whakapiki Ake Project team.
The 3rd annual SOVS conference on 16 June was a great success. Read more here.
Congratulations to Dr John Phillips who along with 2 others was awarded the prestigious British Contact Lens Association (BCLA) Industry Award 2019.
We are excited to launch a new general education course OPTOM-101G “How We See” to introduce first-year students from all over the University. Read more.
Congratulations to staff who have had work recently published.
Find information on upcoming funding opportunities.
Read June’s newsletter message form Steven Dakin, Head of School
Congratulations to Dr Ehsan Vaghefi for receiving the Microsoft Asia Cloud Research Software Fellow Award.
Congratulations Dr Jason Turuwhenua who is one of the researchers working on a new device to detect vision problems in young children.