Research Studies at the Eye Institute
Our mission is to improve, restore, and preserve sight. Research is an integral part of this mission. In fact, since its opening in 1976, the Eye Institute at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin has been committed to advancing our ability to provide excellent clinical and surgical care through investing in research. From developing novel surgical techniques, to participating in national clinical trials to test new drugs, to advancing state-of-the art imaging tools to study retinal disease, we remain at the forefront of vision research.
Our research team includes dozens of individuals here at the Eye Institute: clinicians, ophthalmic technicians, clinic staff, research faculty, clinical research coordinators, ophthalmic photographers, and students - all of whom are committed to improving vision through research.
We are proud of our research history, and today we continue to be actively involved in a number of exciting research studies. Of course, our research would not be possible without the participation of research volunteers. Below you will find a list of research studies that are currently enrolling volunteers. If you think you qualify and would like more information or are interested in participating, please click the "I am interested" button next to that study.
Please call (414) 955-7910 to speak with our Clinical Research Coordinators.
Staff from the Office of Clinical and Translational Research (L to R) Pat Winter, Krissa Packard, Vesper Williams, and Katie McKenney