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NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellowship

NIHR Thames Valley and South Midland Health Research Award 2016 for "Outstanding Research Practitioner".

Best Poster Prize Hospital Optometrists Annual Conference 2016

"VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY IN AN AUTISTIC DIET; A CASE STUDY (Watch out for those Fussy Eaters)" Charles Cottriall and Jasleen K Jolly

Jasleen Kaur Jolly

BSc (Hons) MSc MCOptom

NIHR Clinical Doctoral Fellow

  • Specialist Research Optometrist

Jasleen Kaur Jolly is an optometrist working for the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, University of Oxford, and Oxford Eye Hospital. She studied at Cardiff University and the University of Manchester, working across the world in various settings to gain a wide range of experience, including electrophysiology. She is actively involved in clinical research in the fields of retinal gene therapy, cataract surgery outcomes and low vision. Her main interest is improving outcome measures following gene therapy treatments.

She is keen to develop new and innovative ways to assess visual measures and has promoted cross domain working. For this reason she was shortlisted for 2 AGI awards in 2015;

The Award for Excellence in Research & Development, and The Award for Excellence With Impact.

 She also won the NIHR Thames Valley Health Research Award 2016 for "Outstanding Research Practitioner".

Currently involved in the following projects:

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