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  • Writer's pictureRichard Kadri-Langford

Discover Oculomics @ 100% Optical: The Future of Early Disease Detection Through the Eye

In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, the role of ocular diagnostics in detecting systemic diseases is gaining prominence.


Occuity's Senior Research Scientist, Dr Alistair Bounds and Retinal Imaging Scientist, Dr Emily Patterson, will be giving a presentation at 100% Optical on Oculomics - a field that explores the association between ocular biomarkers and systemic health and disease.


Oculomics

Systemic diseases present a major barrier to living a long and healthy life. In many cases, early diagnosis can facilitate prevention, monitoring, and treatment efforts, improving patient outcomes. There is therefore a critical need to make screening techniques as accessible, unintimidating and cost-effective as possible.


The potential of oculomics is vast, and its implications are transformative. Occuity is at the forefront of utilising the potential of oculomics and we’re working on an innovative technology platform that is being developed into a range of handheld optical devices that are, by definition, non-invasive. The research and development being undertaken by Occuity demonstrate how technological innovation, combined with the knowledge of oculomics, can pave the way for better healthcare solutions.


The presentation will be taking place on the final day of 100% Optical, Monday, February 26th, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at the Optical Suppliers Association stage.


This presentation is a not-to-be-missed opportunity for anyone keen on understanding the cutting-edge developments in ocular diagnostics and its transformative impact on the early detection of systemic diseases. Their discussion will delve into the key associations between structural biomarkers in the eye and systemic diseases, showcasing an attractive opportunity for early detection, prevention, monitoring, and treatment.


If you plan to attend 100% Optical and are keen to learn more about Occuity and how we are integrating the field of Oculomics into our range of innovative ophthalmic products, we encourage you to visit our website and schedule a meeting. Alternatively, you can connect with members of our Senior Leadership team, who will be showcasing our products at the stand of our UK distribution partner, Birmingham Optical, located at M200.


Attending the event is free and all you have to do is register here.



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