We restore sight worldwide
EBAA champions the restoration of sight through core services to our members which advance donation, transplantation and research in their communities and throughout the world.
Join us this June in Dallas for the eye banking event of the year!
EBAA members serve all 50 U.S. states and locations around the world.
EBAA offers numerous services and programs to ensure that eye bankers and physicians possess the most current knowledge about tissue preparation and transplantation techniques. We serve our members through a variety of products, services, and educational content.
Members in the News
Be a champion for eye donation
Over 2 million corneal transplants have been performed by EBAA member eye banks.
Recipients range from newborns to senior citizens and come from all walks of life. You can transform the life of someone suffering from corneal blindness; register as an eye, organ and tissue donor, and let someone see life through your eyes.
Giving another human being the opportunity to see the wonders of the world was something Tefa would have done without hesitation. Her happiness, peace, and serenity demonstrated that she appreciated every aspect, moment, person, and visual in her life.
My family was not aware that he had registered to become a donor. It wasn’t a great surprise though because that’s the kind of person he was: loving, caring, respectful, gracious and giving.
Dr. Maisha Gray Diggs suffered from a progressive eye disease that caused her vision to be blurry and distorted, making daily tasks very difficult. She became legally blind at the age of 26, but her vision was restored thanks to a double-corneal transplant.
“Vision was a gift from two people, and I needed to do something with it,” he said, explaining that the two organ donors who provided his corneas inspired him to start reclaiming his former active lifestyle.
Thanks to a generous donor, Colton received a sight-restoring cornea transplant. Today, he isn’t scared to do any of the things he loves, like swimming and riding four-wheelers with his cousins or playing quarterback with his brothers during football.
Educational portal with resources for eye bank professionals.
Tissue exchange platform for distribution of surplus tissue.
Community interaction hub for member discussions.
Member statistical reporting database.
Online adverse reaction reporting system.