Frequently Asked Questions
How can I participate in research?
Participants are needed to conduct scientific research and we desperately need your help. Depending on the subject of a project, participants are regularly needed, children or adults with a visual impairment or without a visual impairment, adults with a certain type of eye disorder, adults with certain physical or mental complaints, professionals or care providers in the field of ophthalmology or Low Vision, and so on. It is important to know that participating in research is always voluntary.
Ongoing studies for which you can register through the researcher are:
- E-nergEYEze, an online training to reduce fatigue in adults with visual impairment. More information can be found via this link
How can I stay informed about the results of research?
On this website we will keep you informed of all project results. In addition, the published scientific articles can also be found. If results are available, you can find them via this link, where you can click on the relevant project.
How can I make a donation to support Low Vision Research?
If you would like to make a donation to support Low Vision Research, we would be very grateful. Conducting scientific research for people with visual impairment is extremely important on an individual level, but also on a social level. Information on how to donate can be found via this link.
Can I do a PhD at Low Vision Research?
Yes, sure! Low Vision Research regularly has vacancies for PhD positions. More information can be found via this link.
Can I do an internship at Low Vision Research or at the ophthalmology department?
Yes, sure! Low Vision Research has several researchers who are eager to supervise a research internship. You can also do an internship in other research lines of ophthalmology. More information can be found via this link.