Excellence of Advisory Board

Quality Assurance


The foundation is supported by a prominent advisory board, which contributes voluntarily to achieving the goals.

Internationally recognized and highly qualified ophthalmologists vouch for the quality and competence of project evaluation and evaluation of project results in the Scientific Advisory Board.

An acknowledged person who also works for the foundation on a voluntary basis helps to raise awareness of the foundation.
 

Professor Adnan Tufail, advisory board
Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, United Kingdom

Professor Tufail was voted as one of the top 100 most influential people in the world of ophthalmology. He is specialized in medical retinal diseases and cataract surgery. He is clinical director and research director at Moorfields Eye Hospital for Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD).

His current clinical and research areas include novel drug and cell therapies for AMD, diabetic retinopathy and myopic degeneration as well as a number of rare and complex retinal diseases.

 
Professor Richard Spaide, advisory board
Vitreous Retina Macula Consultants, New York City, United States

Professor Spaide was recently named one of the best doctors in New York by New York Magazine. "The Best Doctors in America" named him one of the best doctors in the United States. He received the Gass Award, a very prestigious international award, and repeatedly won first prize at the Maculart meeting in Paris, a competition for medical themed images that is held every two years.

 
Federica de Cesco, advisory board
Novelist


Federica de Cesco supports the foundation so that more people can have good and healthy eyes. She is considered the most widely read contemporary author of books for young people in the German-speaking world. With more than 84 books, it has inspired generations of young people and adults for decades. She knows that writing and reading can make people happy and that good eyes can help.

(© Foto Kazuyuki Kitamura)


 
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