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Ora is a leading full-service ophthalmic research organization that specializes in clinical and preclinical ophthalmic development. With over 40 years of experience, Ora has a proven track record of accelerating product development timelines and has helped its clients achieve more than 50 FDA approvals. They offer a wide range of services, including clinical trial management, preclinical and clinical research services, regulatory consulting, and patient and site solutions. Ora's team of experts combines their extensive knowledge and experience to guide and support clients throughout the entire product development process. With their expertise in therapeutic areas such as ocular surface and anterior segment, posterior segment, and ophthalmic devices, Ora is committed to advancing research and innovation in ophthalmology.



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Navigating Industry Needs for Retina Therapy Clinical Research Success
In this groundbreaking webinar, discover the latest in retina therapy programs and clinical research to enhance success in ophthalmic trials with insights from industry experts. With over 250 individual therapies in development to address these challenging-to-treat conditions including inherited retina diseases, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration, the innovation within this space is likely unsurpassed by any other. Excitingly, many of these include novel mechanisms of action or gene therapies that show potential for different therapeutic impacts from current therapies on the market, such as treating conditions where there are no therapies with approved indications or targeting earlier-stage disease interventions.
12/11/2023 4:00 PM
Endpoints for Neuroprotection in Glaucoma Trials
Join us for a cutting-edge webinar delving into innovative clinical approaches and endpoints for new glaucoma treatments. Today, intraocular pressure (IOP) lowering therapies are currently the only proven neuroprotective therapies for glaucoma. While IOP therapies and devices are highly prevalent in use, unfortunately even with these treatments up to one in four patients still experience blindness in at least one eye. With disease progression still often significant despite the application of these therapies, clearly, this is an area of opportunity for new therapeutic entries. As companies explore new therapies to provide neuroprotection (preserving neuronal integrity) or even neuroenhancement (improving neuronal function), finding the right clinical approaches and endpoints to prove efficacy is of utmost importance. This webinar, featuring leading glaucoma expert and Ora Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gustavo De Moraes, highlights ground-breaking designs and endpoints for new glaucoma therapies that help better measure therapeutic impact and even demonstrate IOP-independent neuroprotection. Hear an overview of the latest research in this field, understand considerations for programs including currently stated FDA opinions, and dive deeply into recent studies that show the viability of these novel endpoints to demonstrate efficacy for new glaucoma potential therapies. Ora Inc. is the only ophthalmic clinical trials company with a research and development (R&D) department focused on the evolution of clinical trials. As one of the top glaucoma experts in the world, Dr. De Moraes leads the Ora R&D team in exploring and developing new endpoints. He is excited to share with attendees the latest research shaping the future of glaucoma clinical trials, and to provide considerations for their therapeutic program to optimally capture the efficiency benefits for these challenging patients.
12/8/2023 6:00 PM
Unlocking Dry Eye Innovation with The Latest Clinical Designs and Technologies
Discover a groundbreaking webinar delving into the future of dry eye clinical trial design and execution for emerging treatments. A highly prevalent multi-factorial disease affecting millions of patients, dry eye disease can still be a challenging condition to treat. This webinar will discuss ways to optimize dry eye clinical trial designs and execution.
12/4/2023 6:00 PM