Why Participate in a Clinical Trial?
Participating in a clinical studies can be very rewarding. You will have the chance to join in the development of a new pharmaceutical drug or medical device that will help people lead a better life.
Become a clinical trial volunteer to help find new treatments
When you take part in a clinical trial, you will be helping to find important new treatments for the eye. Your participation will ensure that each new treatment performs at a high level that will enable both you and others to live a better life. We perform all phases of pharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials. Clinical studies at Jacksoneye are conducted to determine the safety and effectiveness of new devices, drugs,or procedures for the treatment of ocular disease.
Current Enrolling Studies
iLux- Dry Eye
Dry eye with Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
3 visits over 8 weeks, each visit will last approximately 1 hour
18 years or older
Self-reported dry eye symptoms for at least 3 months
No ocular surgery within past 12 months
Unable to wear contact lenses for the duration of the study.
5 Visits over 6 months*
45-80 years old
Able to self-administer eye drops
Patients must not be immunocompromised or receiving immunosuppression.
Pays up to $1050.00 after study completion
*Baseline is 3 hours, Visits 2 and 3 are 8-10 hours, Visits 4 and 5 are 2 hours.
Possibility for 6-month extension with additional 2 visits, each lasting 8-10 hours.
*General Guidelines for Eligibility
Subjects cannot be currently enrolled in any study within 30 days.
Subjects cannot be pregnant or nursing
Enrollment is based upon eligibility and space available.
** antihistamines such as Allegra, Alavert, Claritin, Clarinex, Benadryl, Sominex, Unisom, Zyrtec. This is not a comprehensive list. Please check with the study coordinator if you are taking any OTC medications.
*** If you are unsure if you are taking an anticholinergic, cholinergic, or alpha-2-agonist, please check with the study coordinator.
If you are interested in any of the above studies
and would like more information,
call Jacksoneye at 847-356-0700.