Prism Eye Institute believes that research is an essential part of improving eye care for our patients. It is through research and innovation that we are able to offer our patients the best treatment and care options.
Our History in Research
We have a long history of participating in large-scale clinical trials as well as producing high quality independent research publications. Our team of world-class ophthalmologists has a keen interest in advancing clinical science in order to be able to offer their patients the best care possible.
Our research team comprises our Research Scientist, two Research Fellows and our Manager of Research & Innovation. With over 50 combined years of research experience, our team supports our doctors in all their research endeavors and ensures that all research carried out at Prism Eye Institute is of high standards.
We are currently involved in five large-scale multi-centre clinical trials. Along with these large industry sponsored studies, we are also carrying out a number of our own independently driven studies that will help us improve the care that we provide to our patients.
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A Brief History of MIGS by Dr. Ike Ahmed
2014 Binkhorst Medal recipient, Ike Ahmed, is a world-renowned ophthalmologist in the elds of glaucoma, complex cataract surgery and IOL complications. He coined the term “MIGS” – micro-invasive glaucoma surgery – and with his peers, has opened a new ank in the battle to reduce intraocular pressure, ushering in a new generation of surgical approaches and devices.
Results: Ahmed Glaucoma Valve vs. Baerveldt Glaucoma Implant
Recently, a contingent of our doctors and research personnel attended the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting, both to present our work and learn about advances in eye care. Here’s an example of research done within our clinics looking at the outcomes of two common glaucoma surgeries performed by our doctors.