Jones Eye Clinic has always been committed to pioneering the most advanced medical and surgical technology. The Jones Eye Clinic Research Department was established to support the goal of achieving better vision and eye disease management for a higher quality of life by conducting high-quality clinical studies in vision research.
Our team’s involvement in clinical studies ensures that our patients have access to new and promising treatments that may otherwise be unavailable. This vital work helps to gain FDA approval for these technologies and treatments so that millions of Americans can benefit from them in the future.
Members of our research team:
- Jason Jones, MD, Principal Investigator
- Yian Jones, MD, Principal Investigator
- Chris Diehl, OD, Sub-Investigator
- Lisa Atkinson, COT, Clinical Research Coordinator
What is a clinical study?
A clinical trial is a research study conducted according to a specific protocol created by our research team to determine if a new drug, device, or procedure is safe and effective for patients. The new treatment is compared to existing available treatment to identify which is more effective. Data is collected under supervision of the FDA and an independent Investigational Review Board (IRB). This data is then submitted to the FDA for review and approval.
Learn more about clinical trials and how they are conducted by visiting www.clinicaltrials.gov
HOW DO I TAKE PART IN A CLINICAL TRIAL?
Volunteering for a clinical trial is a personal choice that should be made only after a consultation with our doctors and carefully considering the risks and benefits.
Talk to our eye doctors or contact our research coordinator to learn more about any of our clinical trials.