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Clinical trials

What’s a clinical trial?

Clinical research refers to all studies conducted on humans (healthy or sick individuals). It primarily focuses on advancing knowledge of diseases, developing new treatments or medical devices, diagnostic methods to ensure better patient care. Highly regulated, it adheres to a specific study protocol and is only carried out under certain conditions:

  1. The purpose is to increase medical knowledge.
  2. It is conducted by competent individuals.
  3. All measures are taken to protect the individuals participating in the research.
  4. Regulatory authorizations have been obtained, and all necessary legal and ethical steps have been taken.
  5. Obtaining the consent of the individuals participating in the research (Legifrance: Article L1121-1 of the Public Health Code).

There are two main types of clinical studies:

  1. Observational studies (e.g., cohort studies, epidemiology).
  2. Interventional studies or clinical trials.

The icons colors are as follow:

Black: completed trials
Grey: unknown status
Blue: active and recruiting trials
Orange: active and not recruting trials

NCT04088409 Active, Not recruiting

A Study of Baricitinib (LY3009104) in Participants From 2 Years to Less Than 18 Years Old With Active JIA-Associated Uveitis or Chronic Anterior Antinuclear Antibody-Positive Uveitis

NCT04924608 Not recruiting, Inactive


NCT03992417 Active, Not recruiting


NCT04983914 Completed

Retrospective NIS to Evaluate the Patient Benefit of TES

NCT04805658 Recruiting, Active

Natural History Study of Retinitis Pigmentosa Type 11 (ReSa)

NCT05294978 Recruiting, Active

EyeConic: Qualification for Cone-Optogenetics

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