Scholarly Activities, Winter 2016-17

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Alonso JM. (2016) The Geometry of Visual Cortical Maps. Neuron 91(4): 716-8.

Bass SJ, Westcott J, Sherman J. (2016) OCT in a Myelinated Retinal Nerve Fiber Syndrome with Reduced Vision. Optometry and Vision Science, 93(10)

Benavente-Perez A, Nour A, Ansel T, Zhu X, Nieu R, Feng H, Cheng X, Brennan N, Troilo D. (2017) The effects of atropine on the development of binocular and monocular lens-Induced myopia in marmosets. ARVO E-Abstract.

Ciuffreda KJ. Compendium of Works on Visual Rehabilitation by Dr. Kenneth J. Ciuffreda, Volume 1. OEP Foundation Press, Maryland, 2016.

Ciuffreda KJ, Ludlam DP, Yadav NK, Thiagarajan P. (2016) Traumatic brain injury: visual consequences, diagnosis, and treatment. Advances in Ophthalmology and Optometry, M. Yanoff (ed.), Elsevier, Philadelphia, pp. 307-333.

Gelb KM, Richer SP, Zimmer CN, Sherman J, Gold JM. (2016) Retinal multispectral imaging of ‘sub-clinical’ capillary microaneurysms in non-diabetics correlates with insulin resistance.  Diabesity, 2 (3): 19-25. doi: 10.15562/diabesity.2016.27

Gong CR, Troilo D, Richdale K. (2017) Accommodation and phoria in children wearing multifocal contact lenses. Optometry and Vision Science, 94: ahead of print.

Laby D. (2017) The refractive error of professional baseball players.  Optometry and Vision Science, ahead of print.

Nieu R, Benavente-Perez A, Nour A, Zhu X, Feng H, Kruger P, Troilo D. (2017) Measurements of spherical aberration measurements through contact lenses in marmosets. ARVO E-Abstract.

Tan B, Toychiev K, Troilo D, Bloomfield S. (2017) Rearing mice in low ambient light as a model to explore the genetics of myopia. ARVO E-Abstract.

Troilo D. (2016) The case for lens treatments in the control of myopia progression. Optometry and Vision Science, 93(9):1045-48.

Van Alstine AW, Viswanathan S. (2016) Test-retest reliability of the multifocal photopic negative response. Doc Ophthalmol. 2016 Dec 29. doi: 10.1007/s10633-016-9569-3. [Epub ahead of print]

Wong, TA. Ethical dilemmas in maximizing optometric practice profitability: Understanding informed consent and conflict of interest.


Dr. Mark Rosenfield spoke during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the optometry program at La Salle University in Bogota, Colombia.  He gave talks on development of accommodation in infants and accommodation in amblyopia (the latter was co-authored with Dr. Ken Ciuffreda). Dr. Rosenfield also participated in a panel discussion on digital eye strain and was interviewed by CM&Television, a Colombian television network.

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