March/April 2016

 

In this Issue

Innovation and Research in Clinical Practice

The Why and The How

Issue

UP FRONT

Introducing Disruptive Technology

By Steven D. Vold, MD

THE LITERATURE

The Literature

By Alex S. Huang, MD, PhD, and Alan T. Begian

BENCH TO BEDSIDE

What Is the Real IOP?

How laboratory glaucoma studies may help us better understand this clinical dilemma.

By Nathan Radcliffe, MD

CHALLENGING CASES

Late-Onset Plate Migration and Herniation of a Glaucoma Drainage Device

By Katherine Fallano, MD, and Shakeel Shareef, MD

RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS

Screening the Future

By Avni Shah, MD

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Managing Glaucoma in Rural China

Health care is of poorer quality and is harder to obtain in the countryside than in the cities.

By Nathan Congdon, MD, MPH

COVER FOCUS

Innovation and Research in Clinical Practice

Why I Perform Research in a Clinical Practice

Participating in clinical research provides new options for my patients and growth opportunities for my practice.

By Gregory D. Parkhurst, MD

Performing Clinical Research in Private Practice

Three tips for getting started.

By Kevin LaMarche

Enhancing Patient Recruitment in Clinical Trials

Pearls from a private practitioner.

By Brian Flowers, MD

Industry-Sponsored Clinical Research

What you need to know.

By Julia M. Williams

How to Submit Successful Investigator-Initiated Grants

Follow these steps to gain funding for your research endeavors.

By Lisa Hark, PhD, RD; Kamran Rahmatnejad, MD; Michael Waisbourd, MD; and L. Jay Katz, MD

Negotiating Better Research Contracts

It is a fact-based mission.

By Jacqueline Stader, COT, CCRC

Selecting and Developing Your Research Coordinator

This individual can make or break your research program.

By Vicki Williams

Steps to Making Your Innovation a Reality

Protect your idea, create a prototype, and pinpoint the market opportunity.

By Timothy Buckley, MBA, BSME

RESEARCH RESULTS

Highlights of the AGS Annual Meeting

The latest research findings from the 26th annual meeting of the American Glaucoma Society, held March 3 to 6, 2016, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

By Geoffrey T. Emerick, MD

THERAPEUTICS UPDATE

Rho Kinase/Norepinephrine Transporter Inhibition for the Treatment of Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension

An update on the clinical development of a new class of drugs.

By Jason Bacharach, MD

IN BACK

Industry News

INSIDE EYETUBE.NET

Tools of the Tube Trade

By Jonathan S. Myers, MD
 

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