Dry Eye Study Evaluating Eye Drops with up to $700 Compensation


Investigational eye drop study for Dry Eye

Study Status

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Currently Enrolling

Study Length

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This study involves 6 visits over 13 weeks.


Complete 6 visits and you may be compensated up to $700 for your time. If you do not qualify for or complete 6 visits, you will be paid for each visit that you come into the office for.

Current Locations

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This study is taking place at clinics throughout the United States.

Upcoming Locations

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We are adding new locations for this study regularly. Please fill out the form below to learn more.

General study information

This study is intended for people who have the signs and symptoms of dry eye disease. Common symptoms include eye dryness, eye discomfort, visual disturbance, redness, damage to the surface of the eye, burning, stinging, itching, grittiness, scratchiness, and tired eye sensation. Symptoms can affect one or both eyes and may be more bothersome later in the day or worsened by environmental factors like wind or air-conditioning.

The purpose of this study is to evaluate how effective and safe an investigational eye drop is compared to a vehicle (solution without the active ingredient) eye drop, and how well it will work to treat the signs and symptoms of Dry Eye Disease. This study will further investigate the connection between dry eye and reading ability, and whether the investigational eyedrop may have a positive impact on reading ability.

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Key requirements

Key Inclusion Criteria

  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Have a history of Dry Eye for at least 6 months

Key Exclusion Criteria

  • No contact lenses 7 days prior to first visit and for the duration of the study.
  • Any ocular surgery or ocular procedures within 6 months of Visit 1.
  • Other medications and conditions may be exclusionary as well.

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