Information and support
How to see a genetic eye specialist?
Coping with sight loss
Eye Clinic Liaison Officers (ECLOs)
Education and learning
Family support service (FSS)
Registration for sight impairment
Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS)
Driving and alternative transport
Genetics basics and inheritance pattern
Genetic counselling and genetic testing: for patients
Genetic counselling: for professionals
Clinical genetic testing: for professionals
Microphthalmia, anophthalmia, coloboma (MAC) and aniridia
Cataract and lens associated
Anterior segment dysgenesis including glaucoma
Therapies under research
Searching for current research or trials
Research Opportunities At Moorfields
Albinism: for professionals
Albinism is an inherited pigmentary disorder caused by pathogenic mutations leading to reduced melanin production or dysfunctional melanin transport within melanocyte-containing cells. It can manifest either as syndromic/non-syndromic oculocutaneous albinism (OCA), or isolated ocular albinism (OA).
Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome (INS): for professionals
Infantile nystagmus syndrome (INS) is an umbrella term used to describe different forms of infantile nystagmus (with or without sensory defects) characterised by an increasing slow phase velocity.
Albinism: for patients
Albinism is an inherited condition that affects the pigmentation of the eyes, hair and skin. Patients often have lack of pigmentation in these structures, resulting in a variety of symptoms.