Make a positive impact by volunteering in research.
Your participation will be crucial in helping to understand human vision and the factors that impact it.
To learn more about the studies that are currently seeking participants, please click on the categories below:
To investigate whether vision can be modulated with non-invasive brain stimulation
Individuals with good vision (with or without glasses) aged 18-45 (inclusive).
* for safety reasons, you may not be suitable if you have implanted devices
We are recruiting for two studies that are investigating the efficacy of non-invasive brain stimulation on visual perception. Please sign up via the link (bit.ly/422hn6e) if you are interested in participating.
The project aims to investigate whether visual functions in adult amblyopic (i.e., lazy eye) patients may improve through optical correction – i.e., wearing appropriate corrective spectacle lenses.
Interested parties may complete the online registration form via https://bit.ly/3ERUjxf or by scanning the QR code below.
Recent epidemiological studies have shown that dry eye disease (DED) is 2x more common in Asian eyes and the severity is considerably greater, but the reasons for this are unknown. The project aims to better understand the management of DED in Asian patients and improved diagnosis and treatment for DED in Asian patients and development of methods to analyse tear film samples for common diseases such as glaucoma and diabetes.
Interested parties may complete the online registration form via https://bit.ly/3nChJic or by scanning the QR code below.
Investigate how the human eye interacts with structured light exhibiting unique polarization profiles
– Goal is to develop new tools for early detection of certain eye diseases
– You will receive HKD100 per session
– Adults aged 40 or above with normal vision
– Able to attend study at Science Park: 6 sessions each 1 hour long (depending on availability)
For registration, please contact the research team at WhatsApp or call at +852 9538 7103.