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The Ophthalmologists in the East Valley are excited to announce that they are now accepting applications for new clinical trials.

The clinical trials will be conducted in the California and New York City areas.

The Ophthomas are working with local, state, and federal agencies and universities to identify the best candidates to conduct clinical trials of new technology that will provide better and safer vision care for people with visual impairment.

The trial is expected to be completed in late 2019.

The new clinical trial will include patients with severe, complex, or complex vision conditions.

The primary objectives of the study are to:Identify new treatments for visual impairment that will benefit patients with a range of vision impairments, including:•Dedicated vision care, including vision rehabilitation, visual therapy, and correction of visual disorders.•Evaluate the effectiveness of eye prosthesis technology, such as e-pneumatic prostheses.•Develop new imaging tools, such the laser eye scanner and MRI spectroscopy.

The Ophthalmic Society of the East Bay (OSBE) has been providing eye care services to patients with visual impairments since 1974.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality eye care in a safe, caring environment that supports a safe and dignified future for all of our members.

OSBE is committed to providing quality care for our members, and our vision care team is committed as well.OSBE has an active and dedicated team of Vision Care Assistants, Certified Vision Care Associates (CVCAs), and Certified Eye Care Assistans.

Vision Care Associate (VCA) is a highly qualified person who has successfully completed an eye care certification program at OSBE and has a strong reputation in the field of vision care.

VCAs are required to complete an eye health assessment, a vision screening, and an eye exam to be certified.

OSCE is an accredited organization that is recognized for its leadership in providing quality vision care in the United States.CVCA is a licensed eye care specialist who is trained to assess vision problems, monitor eye health and health care needs, and provide vision services to the visually impaired.

CVCAs have a reputation for caring for the most visually impaired patients, including the most severely visually impaired people in the world.VCAs have the opportunity to become certified by the Eye Care Association of California (EACCA) which is accredited by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).

In addition, vision care assistants who are also certified by ASAPS have the option to become licensed Vision Care Attendants (VCAs).OSBE is currently accepting applications.

Please visit our website at www.osbe.org/clinicaltrials.php for more information.