Qlaris Bio is investigating a novel type of medicine to reduce the pressure inside the eye, with the hopes of providing relief to people with increased eye pressure. To help viewers understand how their investigational drug QLS-101 works, the first step was to make the complex anatomy of the eye more understandable and explain the variety of factors that regulate the pressure inside the eye under normal circumstances.

The animation presents fine visual detail of the eye anatomy, including the sinuous path of the episcleral veins and the cross-sectional view of the retina that so closely resembles human anatomy, you would think you were examining someone’s actual eye. With this dynamic and detailed animation, healthcare providers, consumers, and investors can better understand how eye pressure is regulated and how Qlaris Bio is attempting to innovate in the field and address an unmet need in treating increased pressure inside the eye.

Learn more about this animation in our blog, Innovative Ocular Therapeutics.

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