Richard Lindstrom Research Grants
Each year, the EBAA awards the Richard Lindstrom Research Grants to fund proposals specifically concerned with issues directly related to eye banking and/or corneal transplantation. The recipients are selected during the Annual Meeting in June and the grants are awarded in July.
RESEARCH GRANT TIPS
- Physicians, including corneal surgeons, and other eye care specialists
- Basic scientists, including biomedical and social scientists
- Eye-bank technicians, nurses, post-graduate fellows, ophthalmology residents, and medical students who are supervised by a physician or basic scientist associated with an eye bank or academic institution.
The application period for the 2015 Richard Lindstrom Research Grants has closed. The 2016 application will be posted in November 2015.
- “Potential Protection of Endothelium by Hypoxia Preconditioning”
Joseph Bonanno, MD, Indiana University
- “Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Therapy for Corneal Graft Survival”
Arsia Jamali, MD, PhD, Tufts Medical Center
- “The Effect of COPD and Diabetes on Endothelial Cell Density”
Jordan Margo, MD, University of Maryland
- “VIP to Enhance Endothelial Survival in Corneal Transplantation”– Hamidreza Moein, MD, Tufts Medical Center
- “Femtosecond Laser Preparation of Isolated Bowman Layer Grafts”
Jack Parker, MD, Alabama Eye Bank
- “Testing Matrices For Corneal Endothelial Cell Culture”
Kaushali Thakore-Shah, MS, PhD, Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA
- “Towards Drug Therapy of Fuchs Corneal Dystrophy”
Tetsuya Toyono, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
- “Fungal Growth in Processed vs. Unprocessed Optisol-GS”
Elmer Tu, MD, University of Illinois Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences