Jones Eye Clinic is currently enrolling patients in two FDA sponsored clinical trials:

Study 1:

For people who have primary open angle glaucoma (POAG)-
We are currently enrolling in FDA Clinical Trial NCT02754596.
You may find more information by visiting www.clinicaltrials.gov
and entering NCT02754596 in the search window or by contacting
Study Coordinator, Lisa Atkinson COT, listed below.

 

Study 2:

Are your eyes dry, irritated or burning?
Do you sometimes find it hard to focus your eyes
when you have been reading or using the computer for a long time?
You may be able to participate in a research study
to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational eye drop
for the signs and symptoms described above.
This study involves 4 visits over 4 weeks.
You may be eligible if:
•18 or older
•In good health
•You are willing to refrain from using eye drops during the dosing period
•You are willing to refrain from using contact lenses during the dosing period
•Meet other requirements to participate in the study

 

Patients who participate in clinical trials are eligible for compensation.  Contact our study coordinator, Lisa Atkinson, for more information about any of these studies.

Lisa Atkinson COT, Study Coordinator
lisa.atkinson@joneseye.com
800-334-2015 ext 132

The Jones Eye Clinic Commitment to Clinical Research and Education


We are committed to clinical and surgical advancements for the best eye care. Here are some of Jones Eye Clinic’s research activities:

  • Teach fellow surgeons advanced cataract surgery techniques at the annual meetings of the Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. These courses are attended by many physicians from around the world.
  • Engage in FDA clinical trials for access to innovative technologies.
  • Publish textbooks and research articles in several areas of Ophthalmology.
  • Track surgical outcomes to continuously refine our results.