Clinical and Translational Research at the Eye Institute

At the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute, our goal is to provide the best vision care available. That is why we are highly committed to vision research.

Our most important research partner is YOU.

We encourage eligible volunteers to consider taking part in our research program for two reasons:

First, clinical trials may offer additional treatment options — with the same hands-on comprehensive care found throughout the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network. And as volunteers, you are pioneers in research at the forefront of innovation.

Second, your participation in these trials or other research studies helps make advancements in vision care. This kind of research allows scientists to better understand blinding eye diseases and discover the best ways to treat or prevent them. When you take part in any research study at the Eye Institute, you contribute to the larger mission of improving vision care for everyone.

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Current Research Studies

Learn more about each investigation and fill out a volunteer form

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Frequently Asked Questions

What to know about clinical trials and research studies before volunteering

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Clinical and Translational Research Team

Meet Our Team

Our Clinical Research Coordinators will be with you every step of the way

Our Team

Questions?

Please call (414) 955-7862 to speak with Eye Institute Clinical Research staff.

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