Pictured from left to right: GRF Board member and Forum speaker Martin B. Wax, MD, GRF Board member and event co-host Rick Halprin with his wife Louise Halprin, and GRF Councilor and event co-host Andrew Prince, MD
Foundations dedicated to glaucoma research: (left to right) Scott Christensen, President of New York's The Glaucoma Foundation, Thomas M. Brunner, President and CEO of Glaucoma Research Foundation, and Nancy Lynn, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, BrightFocus Foundation
From left: Gleny Marquez, Janette Marquez (GRF 2017 Visionary Award recipient), and Christie D'Angelo (GRF Associate Director of Events)
Forum co-host Dr. Andrew Prince enjoys the reception with guests
Guests at the Innovations in Glaucoma Forum in New York City
Attendees participate in the Q&A session following the lecture
The Harvard Club of New York, located in midtown Manhattan, was founded in 1865.
There is great interest among glaucoma patients, scientists and doctors alike, in discovering regenerative therapies for the optic nerve and translating them from the laboratory to the clinic — and stem cell therapy is one of several promising approaches being studied.