Find out if a research study that evaluates a new treatment option
for dry eye disease is a fit for you.

We are currently enrolling volunteers in Andover, Massachusetts for a new research study for an investigational treatment option for Dry Eye Disease (DED) in adults 18 and older who have been experiencing symptoms for at least 6 months. 

Symptoms include the following:

  • Burning or stinging eyes
  • Scratchy feeling or itchy eyes
  • Red eyes
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Blurry vision

About the Study

You may qualify to participate if you:

Are 18 years or older

Have experienced symptoms of Dry Eye Disease (DED) in the last 6 months.

Are willing to stop using contact lenses for 72 hours before the first study visit, and throughout the study.

Do not have any other significant eye condition.

Do not have planned surgery during the study period or 30 days after the study.

The study will consist of 7 in-clinic visits over a 6-week period. Those who complete all visits may be compensated up to $1,300.

Dry Eye Disease (DED) affects MILLIONS of Americans each year. Help us advance treatment options for people like you!

Fill out the form below to be contacted by one of our Patient Experience Specialists to see if you qualify.

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What Can You Expect

If you qualify for this study, here is what you can expect:

  • Study Visits: You will be asked to attend 7 visits over approximately 6 weeks.
  • Compensation: For your time and participation and for completing 7 study visits, you may be compensated up to $1,300.

During these visits, you will go through a series of assessments, including:

  • Eye Exam: You will receive a comprehensive eye examination to assess your eye health.
  • Medical History: We will ask for your medical history and current medications
  • Questionnaires: You will be asked to complete various study questionnaires to provide valuable insights. 

Additionally, there are other assessments that the study team will discuss with you in great detail during your visits. 

Learn more about Dry Eye Disease (DED)
by clicking the button below to visit our educational page.

General study information

A few questions to see if this study is right for you

Key requirements

Key Inclusion Criteria

Key Exclusion Criteria

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