David Hutton


Investigators studying ocular herpes identify protein that reduces risk of fatal HSV-1 infection, prevents brain damage

Ocular herpes infection is a leading cause of infectious blindness and can lead to lethal brain infections. Using genetically modified mice models, investigators uncovered the importance of mTORC2 in activation of innate- and virus-adaptive immunity during ocular HSV-1 infection.

World Sight Day advocates for 'Love Your Eyes' theme

As the world comes together to shine a global spotlight on blindness and vision impairment on World Sight Day, several global organizations and companies are stepping up to increase awareness of eye health, including the importance of regular examinations by an ophthalmologist or optometrist.

Analyzing real-world registry study of YUTIQ for chronic non-infectious posterior uveitis

Ankur Shah, MD, discusses key highlights of his presentation titled "YUTIQ CALM: a real-world registry study of the fluocinolone acetonide intravitreal implant 0.18 mg in chronic non-infectious posterior uveitis," during ASRS 2021.