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Ankamah E

Department of Optometry, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana


Dr. Emmanuel Ankamah is a postgraduate research student with the Nutrition Research Centre Ireland, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland. He is currently working on the Floater Intervention Study (FLIES), which is designed to investigate the impact of supplementation with a novel nutrient formulation on visual disturbance resulting from vitreous floaters, using a robust randomized placebo-controlled trial.  Prior to starting his PhD, he was a practicing Optometrist in Ghana as the resident optometrist at Friends Eye Center (a specialist eye clinic and partner of Unite for Sight, USA,).

Interpupillary Distance Measurements among Students in the KumasiMetropolis

Objective: The aim was to obtain interpupillary distance (IPD) measurements of students in the Kumasi Metropolis. The study will provide a database for manufacturers of spectacle frames and optical equipment with Ghana as the target population. The IPD is a crucial measure that needs to be considered before frames can be selected for patients who h... Read More»

David Ben Kumah, Akuffo KO, Abaka-Cann JE and Ankamah E

Research Article: Optom open access 2016, 1: 103

DOI: 10.4172/2476-2075.1000103

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