New technique detects diabetes-related eye damage

New technique detects diabetes-related eye da…

Indiana University researchers have detected new early-warning signs of the potential loss of sight associated with diabetes. This discovery could…

New technique detects diabetes-related eye da…
Indiana CTSI grants accelerate research

Indiana CTSI grants accelerate research

Nearly two dozen Indiana University Bloomington scientists have been awarded grants through the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute throughout…

Indiana CTSI grants accelerate research
New Frontiers awards to IU faculty

New Frontiers awards to IU faculty

Thirty-two faculty members from six IU campuses have been awarded grants for their projects in arts and humanities through Indiana…

New Frontiers awards to IU faculty
IU scientists, others describe fruit fly complexity

IU scientists describe fruit fly complexity

Scientists from Indiana University are part of a consortium that has described the transcriptome of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster…

IU scientists describe fruit fly complexity
Bad policies, not ‘bad kids, drive suspension, expulsion rates

Bad policies, not ‘bad kids’, drive suspensio…

A group of 23 nationally recognized experts from the social science, education, and legal fields -- directed by Indiana University…

Bad policies, not ‘bad kids’, drive suspensio…
Do we know how to save water?

Do we know how to save water?

Many Americans are confused about the best ways to conserve water and have a slippery grasp on how much water…

Do we know how to save water?
PreviousNext

New technique detects diabetes-related eye damage

April 17, 2014

Indiana University researchers have detected new early-warning signs of the potential loss of sight associated with diabetes. This discovery could have far-reaching implications for the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic retinopathy, potentially affecting the care of over 25 million Americans. “We had not expected to see such striking changes to the retinas at such early […]

Read the full article →