MANNIN RESEARCH EXECUTIVES TO ATTEND GLAUCOMA 360: NEW HORIZONS FORUM
Mannin Research Inc. will attend the 6th Annual New Horizons Forum at Glaucoma Research Foundation’s Glaucoma 360 conference.
The New Horizons Forum, will take place February 3, 2017 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California. This full day meeting brings together key opinion leaders of clinical care, glaucoma research, pharmaceutical and medical device enterprise, and start-ups. Launched by Glaucoma Research Foundation, the meeting is designed to bring the industry together in order to speed the translation of new ideas into clinical practice and highlights innovation and advances in glaucoma treatment. All proceeds from Glaucoma 360 benefit Glaucoma Research Foundation, a 501(c)(3) national non-profit.
Globally, glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness. Everyone is vulnerable, from infants to adults. Vision loss can only be prevented by early diagnosis and treatment. Glaucoma 360 raises necessary funds to keep the momentum of this productive research accelerating, significantly boosts national awareness of the urgency of this cause, and serves as a catalyst by bringing together respected leaders in medicine, science, business, venture capital, philanthropy, and the FDA.
The meeting provides Mannin Research the opportunity to interact with leaders in glaucoma research, industry, and philanthropy to develop improved therapies for glaucoma patients and ultimately, to find a cure for this blinding disease.
About Glaucoma Research Foundation
Founded in San Francisco in 1978, Glaucoma Research Foundation is America’s oldest and most experienced institution dedicated solely to its mission: Preventing vision loss from glaucoma by investing in innovative research, education and support with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. The Foundation has a proven track record of innovative, results-oriented research and produces definitive educational materials used by eye care professionals across the country. The Glaucoma Research Foundation website, www.glaucoma.org, provides valuable information about glaucoma to close to 5 million visitors annually.