Texas Eye & Laser Center is dedicated to offering quality services to our patients. Research is an essential aspect of our practice as it provides access to the technologies of tomorrow. We carefully choose the studies in which we participate because we are committed to our mission of creating vision to inspire the lives of our team, patients, and everyone we touch.
Texas Eye Research has been integral in helping gain approval for devices and technologies including:
- Corneal Crosslinking
- Intraoperative Aberrometry
- Intraocular Lens Implants
Thanks to our team’s involvement in the research of these and many more devices and technologies, countless patients have received the gift of new vision.
Our Research Team
Our research team is headed by Dr. Jerry Hu, with over 20 years’ experience in ophthalmic research. Our team also consists of two sub-investigators, Dr. M. Keith Head and Dr. D’Laine Heisterkamp. We currently have six full-time research staff members dedicated to clinical trials.
Texas Eye and Laser Center Clinical Research Department’s mission is to collect the highest quality data from well-informed, willing subjects to be used in the development of future technological advancements for the ophthalmologic field.
To be a top contributor to the field of ophthalmic advancements.
Safety- To do no harm to our patients or our staff. Protect the well-being of study participants.
Knowledge- Educate and empower our participants so that they can be fully informed and involved in our research.
Respect- It is our responsibility to treat all visitors to TELC with the same high level of esteem and provide them with elevated levels of eye care.
Integrity- Adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and personal responsibility, worthy of the trust our patients place in us.
Leadership- Be experts in our field and provide up-to-date technological advancements to our patients.
Compliance- Follow all rules, regulations, and laws while providing excellent patient care.
Teamwork- Value the contributions of all research team members to blend the skills of individual staff members for a stronger research collaboration.
Accountability- Follow through on commitments. Take ownership of individual and team contributions to patient care.
Productivity- Efficiently utilize available resources.
Efficiency- Complete tasks correctly the first time. Acknowledge errors and develop plans for improvement.
Current Enrolling Studies
|CP 18-001||The Hydrus® Microstent New Enrollment Post-Approval Study: A Prospective, Non-randomized, Multicenter, Single Arm, Clinical Trial (CONFIRM)|
|NXGT-202-QROS||Evaluation of the Rotational Stability of the Tecnis Toric II IOL (STEELE)|
|OTX101-2019-001||Effect of Cequa in Subjects With Dry Eye Disease That Is Currently Inadequately Controlled While on Cyclosporine 0.05% Ophthalmic Emulsion|
|PCOL-101-COST||Clinical Comparison of Contrast Sensitivity Measures in the Pseudophakic Population|
|STAR-122-MVPM||Post-approval Study of Wavefront-guided LASIK for Monovision Treatment of Myopic Subjects with Presbyopia|
Interested in participating in a study?
If you have questions about any of our clinical research studies or are interested in joining one of the open studies, please feel free to contact us by calling 817-554-0122 or send us a text at 817-630-2589. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have or arrange an appointment to evaluate your candidacy for any of our open research trials.