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High-Resolution Imaging of Retinal Disease

We are recruiting subjects for a study that investigates retinal disease using a new laboratory-based camera that can resolve individual cells in the retina. We are looking for subjects above the age of 20 years who have one of the following retinal diseases: retinitis pigmentosa, age-related macular degeneration, or glaucoma. Compensation is $25/hour for each hour of participation. Email dtmiller@indiana.edu for more information.

Making Street Crossing Decisions Using Normal and Impaired Vision

Dr. Shirin Hassan is conducting an academic research study into street crossing and decisionmaking. She needs participants for her research study to make it a success. We are seeking participants who are over 18 years of age and can walk. The study involves between two to four visits each lasting between 1.5 to 2.5 hours. Email Dr. Hassan at shhassan@indiana.edu for more information.

Asthenopia Prevalence and Symptomatic Subject Database

Do you have eye fatigue? Answer our survey to tell us more about your eye fatigue and, if you're interested, we will contact you to participate in relevant contact lens research studies. Email CORL@indiana.edu for more information.

In Vivo Determination of the Optical Basis for Dysphotopsias in Pseudophakic Eyes

We are interested in investigating dysphoptopsia in patients following cataract surgery. If you see dark or light areas in your peripheral vision following cataract surgery, contact us to participate at CORL@indiana.edu.

Clinical Optics Research Lab (CORL) Study Participant Registry

We are always looking for participants for our contact lens studies so that we can make improvements to products, including your ability to wear them comfortably, safely, and affordably. If you're interested in adding yourself to our database, contact us at CORL@indiana.edu. Include your glasses and contact lens specifications, as well as your contact information, and we will contact you when we have a study you qualify for.

Habitual Contact Lens Comfort and Symptomatic Subject Database

Do your eyes ever feel uncomfortable while wearing contact lenses? Answer our survey to tell us more about your discomfort and, if you're interested, we will contact you to participate in future contact lens studies. Email CORL@indiana.edu for more information.

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