This website is for individuals with thyroid eye disease (also called Graves' orbitopathy) who may be interested in participating in a medical research study. The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the effectiveness, safety and tolerability of an investigational medication that may help to alleviate the symptoms of thyroid eye disease in adults, 18 to 75 years of age. Research studies such as this one are designed to answer important questions about investigational medications by testing their effectiveness in patients. Before new medicines can be approved for public use, they are all tested in these types of clinical trials.
To see if there is a hospital or eye clinic participating in the trial that is located in your area, please view the list below.
Participating cities:

Ann Arbor, MI
Kellogg Eye Center
Univ. of Michigan

Aurora, CO
U.C. Dept. of

Atlanta, GA
Emory Univ. Dept.
of Ophthalmology

Houston, TX
Neuro-Ophthalmology of Texas PLLC
Eye Wellness Center
Iowa City, IA
Univ. of Iowa Dept.
of Ophthalmology

Los Angeles, CA
Jules Stein Eye
Institute - UCLA

Memphis, TN
Univ. of Tennessee
Health Science Center

Omaha, NE
Univ. of NE
Truhlsen Eye Inst.

Portland, OR
Oregon Health & Sci.
Uni. - OPS Division
St. Louis, MO
Washington Univ.
School of Med.
If you do not see a site location listed that is convenient for you, please check back weekly as an additional 15 sites will be added across the country.

If there is a study center in your area, please call that study center directly at the number provided.
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