About the VDM Project

We are a group of eye floater sufferers from around the world, united in finding a safe and effective cure for this disease.

Our aim is to connect sufferers, create a pressure group and raise funds for medical research. We also wish to offer patients reliable, up-to-date information and resources for coping with eye floaters, as we understand how difficult the disease can be.

We are supported by Dr. J. Sebag, a leading authority on vitreous research.

Our Story

The VDM Project was founded to support the VMR Research Foundation (VMRRF) and its basic science as well as clinical research into a safe cure for eye floaters.

As a non-profit organisation, all donations we receive directly support the VMRRF and their scientific research towards curing eye floaters.

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VMR Research Foundation

The VMR Research Foundation in Newport Beach, California is a leading research organization conducting various basic science and clinical endeavors to increase our knowledge of VDM and our ability to diagnose and treat this disease. Ultimately, we hope to understand enough to prevent VDM.

With the support of the VDM Project, VMRRF is dedicated to being at the forefront of extensive scientific research for a safe and effective solution for eye floaters.

Clinical research and human trials can only be achieved by supporting the VDM Project.

The VDM Project

Fabio Gallerani, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, joined forces with Dr. Sebag in 2019.

As an eye floater sufferer himself, Fabio created the VDM Project to unite eye floater sufferers and form a worldwide movement.

Working with Dr. Sebag in the VMR Research Foundation, the VDM Project is designed to aid and support the research essential to develop a safe cure for vitreous floaters. As a non-profit organization, all donations and proceeds directly fund this research.

Our Leader, Dr J. Sebag

Since 1986, Dr. Sebag has dedicated himself to diagnose and treat diseases of the vitreous, macula, and retina.

As a teacher, researcher and lecturer, Dr. Sebag also believes in developing a safe cure for eye floaters. With the help and funding of the VDM Project, he wishes to apply his extensive scientific and clinical knowledge to develop a treatment for this disease once and for all.

Learn more about Dr. Sebag