Welcome to "Eyes on the Road," a fundraising initiative put together in part with The Schepens Eye Research Institute and directed by Mark Harter. "Eyes on the Road" brings eye healthcare, education, safety and research awareness to the trucking and transportation industry.
Redeveloping, redesigning and improving. The Eyes on the Road website is currently in transition as new features and navigation are brought online. Please keep your “eyes on our website!"
Eyes on the Road is proud to be associated with the number 12 USAF Luczo Dragon Racing IndyCar. Driven by Raphael Matos during the 2009 IndyCar Series season, Eyes on the Road would like to congratulate Raphael on earning the 2009 IndyCar Series “Rookie of the Year” award and all of the members of Luczo Dragon Racing for a successful 2009 season.
Did you know?
- 80 million people suffer from potentially blinding eye disease.
- 11,400,000 people have severe visual conditions not correctible by glasses.
- 6,400,000 new cases of eye disease occur each year.
- 1,100,000 people are legally blind.
The Schepens Eye Research Institute is making great progress in developing new treatments and cures for eye diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, dry eye syndrome, glaucoma and other types of retinal and optic nerve degenerations. They have made great medical breakthroughs, and many more are not far down the road.
If you have questions about eyesight, please feel free to contact us! Rich Godfrey is the volunteer Patient Liaison at The Schepens, and is happy to answer any questions you may have. Rich can be reached by phone at: 617.912.2569 and by email at: Richard.Godfrey@schepens.harvard.edu
If you have questions about Eyes on the Road and how you and/or your company can get involved, please email Mark Harter at: email@example.com