Jingyun Wang, PhD

Biological and Vision Sciences

Bio

Jingyun Wang PhD is an Associate Professor at the SUNY College of Optometry. Dr. Wang received her PhD degree in Vision Science from the Indiana University School of Optometry. She completed a 3-year postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Eileen Birch at Retina Foundation of the Southwest in Dallas TX. She subsequently joined the Glick Eye Institute at the Indiana University School of Medicine where she was an Assistant Professor for five years. From October 2015 to June 2020, Dr. Wang served on the faculty of the Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry.

Education

  • PhD, Vision Science, Indiana University School of Optometry, 2007

Residency/Other Post Graduate Training

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Retina Foundation of the Southwest, 2010

Professional Experience

  • Associate Professor, Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 2017 - 2020
  • Assistant Professor, Salus University Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 2015 - 2017
  • Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine, 2011 - 2015

Teaching Interests

Her teaching assignment is Vision Function: Sensorimotor II.

Research Interests

Dr. Wang’s primary research goal is to develop better diagnosis and treatment protocols to optimize the visual outcomes of every child who is affected by eye diseases. Her pediatric vision research lab conducts both hypothesis-driven basic and translational studies of amblyopia, strabismus, and retinopathy of prematurity. Her research projects focus on the normal and abnormal development of the retina, refractive errors, and visual function in children, especially those who have congenital and early onset eye disorders. Dr. Wang is a member of multi-center clinical research groups: the PEDIG group and the G-ROP study group.

Dr. Wang has been very active in the academic community and frequently serves as a reviewer for more than 30 journals. She is a regular member of ARVO and AAPOS.

Publications

  • Amblyopia and fixation eye movements, J Neurol Sci 441 120373 120373, 2022
  • Cataract surgery is not associated with post-operative binocular vision anomalies in age-related cataract patients, Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 42 (5): 998-1008 998-1008, 2022
  • Comparison of OCT imaging in children with foveal hypoplasia born full term versus preterm, Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 260 (9): 3075-3085 3075-3085, 2022
  • Preoperative binocular vision characteristics in the age-related cataract population, BMC Ophthalmol 22 (1): 196 196, 2022
  • Application of the Convergence Insufficiency Symptom Survey in Oculomotor Dysfunction and Accommodative Insufficiency, Optom Vis Sci 98 (8): 976-982 976-982, 2021
  • Effect of gestational age at birth, sex, and race on foveal structure in children, Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 259 (10): 3137-3148 3137-3148, 2021
  • Longitudinal Development of Refractive Error in Children Treated With Intravitreal Bevacizumab or Laser for Retinopathy of Prematurity, Transl Vis Sci Technol 10 (4): 14 14, 2021
  • Recent Advances in Screening and Treatment for Amblyopia, Ophthalmol Ther 10 (4): 815-830 815-830, 2021
  • Recurrent dislocation of binocular crystal lenses in a patient with cystathionine beta-synthase deficiency, BMC Ophthalmol 21 (1): 212 212, 2021
  • Repeatability of an automated ETDRS contrast threshold measurement, Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 41 (4): 896-899 896-899, 2021
  • Risk factors for mental health symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in ophthalmic personnel and students in USA (& Canada): a cross-sectional survey study, BMC Psychiatry 21 (1): 528 528, 2021
  • Impact of the affordable care act on utilization of benefits of eye care and primary care examinations, PLoS One 15 (11): e0241475 e0241475, 2020
  • Improved monitoring of adherence with patching treatment using a microsensor and Eye Patch Assistant, J AAPOS 24 (2): 96 e1-96 e7 96 e1-96 e7, 2020
  • Intense versus standard regimens of intermittent occlusion therapy for unilateral moderate amblyopia in children: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial, Trials 21 (1): 361 361, 2020
  • Using OCT Fixation Shift to Assess Eccentric Fixation in Children With Residual Amblyopia, Transl Vis Sci Technol 9 (12): 30 30, 2020
  • Validation of an Automated Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study Low-contrast Letter Acuity Test, Optom Vis Sci 97 (5): 370-376 370-376, 2020
  • Development of refractive error in children treated for retinopathy of prematurity with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) agents: A meta-analysis and systematic review, PLoS One 14 (12): e0225643 e0225643, 2019
  • Feasibility of monitoring compliance with intermittent occlusion therapy glasses for amblyopia treatment, J AAPOS 2019
  • Long-term efficacy of endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation in the management of glaucoma following cataract surgery in children, J AAPOS 22 (3): 188-191 188-191, 2018
  • A pilot randomized clinical trial of intermittent occlusion therapy liquid crystal glasses versus traditional patching for treatment of moderate unilateral amblyopia, J AAPOS 20 (4): 326-31 326-31, 2016
  • Longitudinal Development of Refractive Error in Children With Accommodative Esotropia: Onset, Amblyopia, and Anisometropia, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 57 (4): 2203-12 2203-12, 2016
  • Objectively-measured compliance to atropine penalization treatment in children with amblyopia: a pilot study, Journal of Eye Science 31 (3): 146-152 146-152, 2016
  • Sensitivity of vergence responses of 5- to 10-week-old human infants, J Vis 16 (3): 20 20, 2016
  • "Compliance and patching and atropine amblyopia treatments"--Reply to Letter to the Editor, Vision Res 115 (Pt A): 153-4 153-4, 2015
  • Comparison of 360-degree versus traditional trabeculotomy in pediatric glaucoma, J AAPOS 19 (2): 145-9 145-9, 2015
  • Compliance and patching and atropine amblyopia treatments, Vision Res 114 31-40 31-40, 2015
  • Macular structural characteristics in children with Down syndrome, Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 253 (12): 2317-23 2317-23, 2015
  • Macular structural characteristics in children with congenital and developmental cataracts, J AAPOS 18 (5): 417-22 417-22, 2014
  • Development of refractive error in individual children with regressed retinopathy of prematurity, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 54 (9): 6018-24 6018-24, 2013
  • Normative reference ranges for the retinal nerve fiber layer, macula, and retinal layer thicknesses in children, Am J Ophthalmol 155 (2): 354-360 e1 354-360 e1, 2013
  • Characteristics of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer in preterm children, Am J Ophthalmol 153 (5): 850-855 e1 850-855 e1, 2012
  • Fixation control and eye alignment in children treated for dense congenital or developmental cataracts, J AAPOS 16 (2): 156-60 156-60, 2012
  • Foveal avascular zone and foveal pit formation after preterm birth, Br J Ophthalmol 96 (7): 961-6 961-6, 2012
  • Pupil responses to near visual demand during human visual development, J Vis 11 (4): 6 6, 2011
  • Final version of the Distance Randot Stereotest: normative data, reliability, and validity, J AAPOS 14 (2): 142-6 142-6, 2010
  • Longitudinal changes in refractive error of children with infantile esotropia, Eye (Lond) 24 (12): 1814-21 1814-21, 2010
  • Onset and progression of with-the-rule astigmatism in children with infantile nystagmus syndrome, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 51 (1): 594-601 594-601, 2010
  • The sensitivity of the 2- to 4-month-old human infant accommodation system, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 51 (6): 3309-17 3309-17, 2010
  • Retinal image quality and postnatal visual experience during infancy, Optom Vis Sci 86 (6): E556-71 E556-71, 2009
  • Stereoacuity outcomes after treatment of infantile and accommodative esotropia, Optom Vis Sci 86 (6): 647-52 647-52, 2009
  • Longitudinal chromatic aberration of the human infant eye, J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis 25 (9): 2263-70 2263-70, 2008
  • Higher order monochromatic aberrations of the human infant eye, J Vis 5 (6): 543-55 543-55, 2005
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