Myopia: Why study the mechanisms of myopia? Novel approaches to risk factors signalling eye growth- how could basic biology be translated into clinical insights? Where are genetic and proteomic approaches leading? How does visual function contribute to and interact with ametropia? Does eye shape matter? Why ametropia at all?

Elena Tarutta, Wei han Chua, Terri Young, Ernst Goldschmidt, Seang Mei Saw, Kathryn A. Rose, Earl Smith, Donald O. Mutti, Regan Ashby, Richard A. Stone, Christine Wildsoet, Howard C. Howland, Andy J. Fischer, William K. Stell, Andreas Reichenbach, Michael Frost, Alex Gentle, Xiaoying Zhu, Jody Summers-Rada, Veluchamy BarathiLiqin Jiang, Sally McFadden, Jeremy A. Guggenheim, Chris Hammond, Ruth Schippert, Chi Ho To, Jane Gwiazda, Susana Marcos, Michael Collins, W. Neil Charman, Pablo Artal, Juan Tabernero, David A. Atchison, David Troilo, Thomas T. Norton, Josh Wallman

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