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Eye Cancer: Information for Patients

At UCLA, patients with eye cancer are treated through the Jules Stein Eye Institute. Clinical activities of the Institute are administered jointly by the UCLA Health Systems Department of Ophthalmology and the UCLA Medical Center.

Clinical care services are provided through two adjacent locations: The Jules Stein Eye Institute and the Doris Stein Eye Research Center. The combined structures provide over 190,000 square feet of functional space to accommodate the Institute's diverse activities and technologically advanced facilities for patient care, research and education.

Nationally and internationally renowned faculty representing every ophthalmic specialty are available for consultation, specialized testing, and treatment, including tertiary care.

Make an Appointment

Jules Stein Eye InstituteThe Ophthalmology Referral Service (ORS) is a valuable resource for patients who want to schedule appointments and obtain information about the clinical activities at the Jules Stein Eye Institute. Experienced staff are available to answer questions and identify the specific resource needed. ORS has a dedicated telephone line for referring physicians to facilitate prompt access to services.

Ophthalmology Referral Service
Phone: (310) 825-5000
Email: ors@jsei.ucla.edu

Mailing Address
Jules Stein Eye Institute
100 Stein Plaza UCLA
Los Angeles CA 90095-7000

For directions, click to see our location map

Clinical Trials

Currently, over thirty separate studies at the Jules Stein Eye Institute are classified as patient-based or clinical research. These studies often represent the final stages of research prior to dissemination to the ophthalmology community for use with the general population. All studies have been reviewed and approved by the Federal Drug Administration and the UCLA Human Subject Protection Committee.

Closely linked to the Institute's clinical and education programs, they offer patients an opportunity to participate in experimental treatment options and emerging therapies.

If you are interested in finding out more about these studies, visit our Clinical Trials Guide for general information and a listing of currently open clinical trials.

Additional Resources

Learn more about eye cancer services at UCLA by visiting the following related website:

Last updated: 5/26/2010 2:39:42 PM