Orphanet: Target 5000: A Study of Inherited Retinal Degeneration
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Target 5000: A study of Inherited Retinal Degeneration

    • Type of research project :
      • Databases & Registries development/creation
      • Epidemiological study
      • Gene search
      • Genotype-phenotype correlation
      • Mutations search
      • Natural history study
      • Observational clinical study
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  • Investigator of research project

  • Pr Jane FARRAR
  • Smurfit Institute of Genetics
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • Lincoln Gate
  • DUBLIN Dublin 2
  • IRELAND
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  • Phone  : 353 (01) 896 1140
  • Fax  : -
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  • Investigator of research project

  • Pr David KEEGAN
  • Ophthalmology Department
  • Mater Misericordiae Hospital
  • Eccles Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 7
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : 353 (01) 805 6298
  • Fax  : -
  • Website
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  • Investigator of research project

  • Dr Paul KENNA
  • Ophthalmology Research Department
  • Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital
  • Adelaide Road
  • DUBLIN 2
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : 353 (01) 664 6400
  • Fax  : -
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  • Investigator of research project

  • Dr Niamh WYNNE
  • Ophthalmology Research Department
  • Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital
  • Adelaide Road
  • DUBLIN 2
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : 353 (01) 664 6400
  • Fax  : -
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  • Investigator of research project

  • Dr Julia ZHU
  • Ophthalmology Department
  • Mater Misericordiae Hospital
  • Eccles Street
  • DUBLIN Dublin 7
  • IRELAND
  • More information
  • Phone  : 353 (01) 805 6298
  • Fax  : -
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Last update: December 2019

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