Science and Research

Clinical trials research

CERA conducts leading clinical trials across a variety of eye conditions, including diabetic eye disease, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, uveitis, inherited retinal diseases as well as other less common eye diseases.


At CERA, we conduct clinical trials across a number of research groups, including macular research, the Bionic Eye Project and our dedicated Clinical Trials Research Centre.

Our research teams are made up of more than 50 eye doctors, study coordinators, scientists, and nurses supported by biostatisticians and data managers. We collaborate with research organisations, universities, pharmaceutical companies and biotech enterprises from around the world.

Why this research is important

Clinical trials play a critical role in helping develop new treatments for eye disease, and ensuring they are safe, effective and make a difference for patients.

These trials lead to breakthroughs in medical understanding, and better ways to help people keep their sight.

Learn more about our clinical trials

We conduct leading clinical trials across a variety of eye conditions. Learn more and find out how to get involved.