Education & Research

Research and Medical Education

Clinical Research

A BFS staffer working with the Precitech machine.

One of the key strategies that BostonSight® utilizes to help us achieve our mission is conducting cutting-edge clinical research and technological innovation in the design, manufacture, and application of custom prosthetic devices that replace and/or enhance the function of the ocular surface ecosystem.

Continuing Medical Education

BostonSight is honored to educate future medical professionals. Each year Cornea Fellows and Optometry Residents come to BostonSight to be educated in the latest in treatment of corneal disease, and they join our medical staff in cutting-edge clinical research on the next generation of tools in the fight against these insidious diseases of the ocular surface system. We also offer an intensive nine-week BostonSight PROSE Clinical Fellowship for optometrists at BostonSight Network locations.

Research and Education News

BostonSight PROSE treatment featured in Contact Lens Spectrum

BFS Director of Clinical Care Karen G. Carrasquillo, OD, PhD, FAAO, collaborated with Gregory DeNaeyer, OD, FAAO, on Scleral Lenses for Severely Diseased Eyes, a featured article in the October 2015 edition of Contact Lens Spectrum.

Fabricating a prosthetic device