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Sydney, Australia, 19 July 2018: Today we proudly announce Nicole Xiao Liu, a PhD candidate studying at Brien Holden Vision Institute, is the successful recipient of the Dr David Wilson Memorial Scholarship.

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Sydney, Australia, 16 July 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has announced a shift in focus to address future needs both for the ophthalmic industry and the public health sector.

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Sydney, Australia, 27 October 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute provided a comprehensive myopia update in Hong Kong recently.

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Sydney, Australia, 13 November 2017: Most people have experienced dry eyes at one point in their life and the discomfort experienced is a major reason for visiting an optometrist.

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Hyderabad, India, 18 September 2017: Brien Holden’s influence in eye care in India has been immortalised following the inauguration of the Brien Holden Institute for Optometry and Vision Sciences by L.V. Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI).

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Professor Padmaja Sankaridurg surveys the latest evidence on myopia management contact lenses in an invited review in Clinical and Experimental Optometry.

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Sydney, Australia, 24 July 2017: We are pleased to congratulate Dr Ellis Potter as the inaugural recipient of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) Brien Holden Humanitarian Award.

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Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute and CCLR based at the University of Waterloo recently came together in Sydney to discuss collaborative opportunities for ocular comfort.

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Sydney, Australia, 7 June 2017: There are a lot of reasons to get our kids outside – fresh air, exercise, a growing obesity epidemic, reduced time on digital devices and peace and quiet for parents.

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Sydney, Australia, 24 March 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute will be collaborating on research and development of new contact lens technologies with SEED Co., Ltd in Japan to deliver advanced vision correction for ageing people.

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