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Meet Our Plano Clinical Research Coordinators

Posted On April 26, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Meet Our Plano Clinical Research Coordinators

Tara Keesling and Veronica Bennett are the clinical research coordinators for our Plano office. In addition to enrolling patients in clinical trials for a number of retina conditions like diabetic retinopathy, age-related

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Posted On April 21, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

April is Sports Eye Safety Month

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, an estimated 100,000 people are hurt each year by sports-related eye injuries, and about 13,500 of these injuries result in permanent vision loss. Sports eye

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Posted On April 19, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey Spoke About Complications of a Compounded Medication Used in “Dropless” Cataract Surgery at the Vit-Buckle Society (VBS) Annual Meeting

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan M. Abbey, MD, presented “Complications of Compounded Moxifloxacin-Triamcinolone” at the 10th Annual Meeting of the Vit-Buckle Society (VBS) held March 24 – 26, 2022, in Las Vegas. He

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Posted On April 12, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Meet Our Fort Worth Clinical Research Coordinators

Lori Hastings and Tina Bell serve as the clinical research coordinators for our Fort Worth office, managing the enrollment and participation of patients in our clinical trials. These studies explore promising new

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Posted On April 7, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Prevent Blindness has declared April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month in an effort to educate the public on the increased risk for women and vision health issues, as well as steps

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Posted On April 4, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Meet Our Dallas Clinical Research Coordinators

Karen Duignan, Sally Arceneaux, Ashley Hughes and Jessica Flores serve as our clinical research coordinators for Dallas. They assist patients with their enrollment and participation in our wide variety of clinical trials

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