EyeCRO CEO Rafal Farjo Named ARVO Foundation Chair

We are excited to announce that our CEO, Rafal Farjo, Ph.D., has been named the ARVO Foundation for Eye Research Chair. This prestigious appointment highlights Dr. Farjo’s extensive experience and dedication to advancing ocular research over the past 25 years. As the CEO of EyeCRO, Dr. Farjo has been instrumental in helping clients develop new…

Triumph for MiDROPS® in Clinical Trials

We are proud to announce a significant breakthrough in ophthalmic care: our innovative MiDROPS® technology has been validated for safety and efficacy in its first clinical application. Data from the technology’s first clinical application is being presented at the 96th meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology in Seattle, WA. Read the…

EyeCRO joins Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Sanofi, Merck KGaA Darmstadt Germany, Lundbeck, and Leo Pharma to prioritize animal welfare in scientific research by signing the Marseille Declaration

“Toward enhancing ethical practices in scientific research, EyeCRO has joined several industry-leading companies to sign the “Marseille Declaration”, the first joint pharmaceutical industry declaration on animal housing and use.” Click here to read the full press release

EyeCRO scientist contributes to a paper published in Experimental Eye Research

EyeCRO scientist Jarrod Harman contributed to a paper focused on X-linked juvenile retinoschisis published in Experimental Eye Research. This paper expands the mechanistic understanding of XLRS. Read the full paper here https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0014483523002129?dgcid=coauthor

EyeCRO scientists contribute to study published in Nature

“Researchers have discovered a technique for directly reprogramming skin cells into light-sensing rod photoreceptors used for vision. The lab-made rods enabled blind mice to detect light after the cells were transplanted into the animals’ eyes. The work, funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI), published April 15 in Nature.” (Click here to read rest of article)

Is Treat-and-Extend Truly Effective for Diabetic Macular Edema?

“Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) medications have a proven track record in treating diabetic macular edema (DME). However, researchers continue to investigate whether these medications can be made more efficient and cost-effective.” “Both the RETAIN[1] and REACT[2] studies showed that treat-and-extend regimens for ranibizumab were efficacious for DME. Further support was provided by the TREX-DME study, the first prospective, randomized controlled…