Here is a summary of the news and activities of IU School of Optometry faculty and staff from June 1–December 1, 2021.
OFFICE OF STUDENT ADMINISTRATION
Class of 2025
IUSO welcomed the Class of 2025—86 students from an applicant pool of 763 (an increase 490 the previous year).
• 25 Indiana residents and 61 non-residents
• 23 states represented and 2 students from Canada
• 60 women and 26 men
• 71% of class identify as white, 29% identify as a racial/ethnic minority (12.7% under-represented minority)
• 3.65 average GPA (an increase from 3.58 the previous year)
Fall 2021 Recruitment Report
In-person recruitment is back! Interest in IUSO is expanding rapidly, and we’re excited about the possibilities this brings as we continue the work of bringing in the best students possible to IUSO.
- Recruitment Travel: Visited with 41 campuses (31 Pre-Opt/Pre-Health Club or Department Visits, 5 Fairs, 4 Virtual “Visits” and 1 Dean’s Night).
- Met 323 students (up from 282 the last time we traveled in-person) and around 25 Academic/Pre-Health advisors.
- States visited included: Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Virginia.
- Webinars/Conversations: 348 viewers (and more through Facebook Live) attended the Zoom Info Sessions/Conversations hosted by Student Administration from May–August. These remain valuable tools in connecting with prospects, as they regularly cite the information as valuable to their decision of applying to IUSO.
- Student Engagement: Increased Zoom consultations, phone calls, and emails with prospects from around the country/world are a natural part of the increased applicant pool. These increases add notable time to the workload for all of Student Administration, but the interactions remain key to our recruitment strategies as we showcase the supportive nature of IUSO.
- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Scholarship Program: The expansion of this program will prove essential in supporting our student body and helping IUSO grow as a diverse institution. The scholarship program now includes at least 1 full-tuition award for an incoming under-represented minority applicant and a scholarship-match program with the Black Eyecare Perspective and National Optometric Association. These scholarships, along with current DEI-focused Admission and Endowed Scholarships, are already helping increase student interest in IUSO.
- Anticipating Spring 2021 Recruitment: In the Spring semester, the Student Admin team will focus on constant goals of increasing both the academic profile and racial diversity of our student body. While Fall Travel focused on reconnecting with our recruitment base in contiguous states and ramping up partnerships with Historically Black Colleges & Universities, the Spring recruitment travel will add emphasis on Hispanic-Serving Institutions and cultivating connections with high schools in Indiana.
On to Spring!
OFFICE OF ADVANCEMENT
Kait McBrady joined the IU School of Optometry’s Office of Advancement team in her role as Associate Director of
Development and Alumni Relations in November. Kait replaces Lindsay Wimmer, who left IU in September to join Franklin College as Director of Development.
Kait joins IUSO most recently from the Ivy Tech Foundation, where she served as Director of Development Operations. She also served the IU McKinney School of Law as a Development Officer during the For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign. Kait has eight years of development and advancement experience across a broad range of programs and constituents At IUSO, her role will include all facets of development, with emphasis on connecting with young alumni, expanding and improving our stewardship programs, working with industry partners, and executing alumni events.
Alumni Weekend 2021
The Office of Advancement organized and hosted the IUSO Alumni Weekend 2021. Despite COVID restrictions and concerns, the weekend had a great turnout of alumni.
On Oct. 1, IUSO hosted nearly 100 alumni at their class reunion reception and dinner. On Oct. 3, we hosted 30 alumni at a brunch event for the Optometric Wisdom League (OWL). The OWL event is for alumni who graduated 50 years or more ago from IUSO. We were pleased to have special guest speakers and IU legends Curt Simic and Terry Clapacs.
The highlight of the weekend was the first ever IUSO Gala on Oct. 2. We had nearly 200 attendees who helped us celebrate IUSO, raise money for a new scholarship, and danced the night away to Bad Habits: The EyeDocs of Rock.
Please save the date now for next year’s Alumni Weekend, which will be held Sept. 10–11, 2022.
Foley House Awards
During the IUSO Gala programming, IUSO presented the annual Foley House Alumni Awards.
The Foley House Distinguished Alumni Award was awarded to Joan Exford Korb, BA’63, MS’64. She was unable to attend in person, so IUSO Dean Emerita P. Sarita Soni accepted the award in her honor. Dr. Exford Korb practiced optometry in private practice in the Boston area from 1968 to 2017. She was elected as the American Academy of Optometry’s first-ever female president in 1993, having served on the Academy’s Executive Council beginning in 1982. Dr. Exford Korb served on the Boards of Trustees at the New England College of Optometry from 2001 to 2021, and the New England Eye Institute from 2004 until 2018. She continues to be a member of the Women’s Eye Health Task Force Advisory Board, a role she has held since 2004. Her dedication to IUSO led her to serve on the Advisory Board of the Borish Center for Ophthalmic Research from 1995 until 1998.
The Foley House Basement Key Award was presented to Monica Price Kowaleski, OD’02. Soon after graduating IUSO, Dr. Price joined the IUSO Alumni Board. She has served the board in many capacities including president and vice president. Dr. Price worked closely with the IUSO Office of Advancement to create the Alumni Weekend. A former high school golfer, she worked closely with Dr. Kyle King and Dr. Herb Price to create the annual Optometry Alumni Scholarship Golf Outing. Dr. Price is the owner of Price Eye Care in Greenfield, IN.
Save the Dates
We are looking forward to hosting the following events, and we want to see you there. Please mark your calendars now.
- SECO, March 9–13, 2022, New Orleans (More details to come…)
- IUSO/IOA Alumni & Friends Reception at AOA Optometry’s Meeting, June 3, 2022, 5:30–7 p.m., Chicago
- IUSO Alumni Weekend, Sept. 10–11, 2022, Bloomington
- IUSO Alumni & Friends Reception at Academy, Oct. 28, 2022, San Diego
New or Previously Not Committed Grant Awards
Co-PI Linda Smith “The Statistics of Infant First-Person Visual Experience” NEI 1R01EY032897-01, 5 years, $1.8M total.
“Population Health Assessments of Vision Impairment and Associated Co-morbid Conditions” CDC, 6 months, 2021. $10,000.
Optometry Giving Sight: See Better. Learn Better. $46,000 Role: Co PI.
The goal of this project is to provide clinical care and eye care education to 11 primary schools in rural western Jamaica for academic year 2021–2022.
- J&J. Clinical Evaluation of ACUVUE® Oasys 1-Day Spherical Contact Lenses, ACUVUE® Oasys 1-Day for Astigmatism Contact Lenses and Habitual Spectacle Correction in Low Astigmats. 1 year, $86,549.
- (Industry) Novel monthly replacement lenses. September 2021–September 2022, $52,800.
- (Industry) Multiday assessment of silicone hydrogel lenses. October 2021–October 2022, $40,000.
StateSPACE LABS. “Gamefied Concussion Assessment” 1 year, $222,711.
“Molecular Dysregulation in Fuchs Corneal Endothelial Dystrophy” NEI K99EY032974, 5year: $112,673/yr, Postdoc 2 yrs, RO1 portion 3 years.
IUSO Community Outreach: Marion County Health Department, $40,000, November 2021.
Awards & Appointments
AAO, Prentice Medal. The Charles F. Prentice Medal Award, established in 1958, is awarded annually to a distinguished scientist or clinician scientist in recognition of a career-long record of advancement of knowledge in vision science. The award is considered to be the most prestigious of the Academy’s awards for achievement in research.
Blavatnik Award, Internal IU Competition Life Science Winner and National Award Nominee.
Appointed Vice-Chair of the American Academy of Optometry’s Lectures & Workshops Committee.
Elli Kollbaum earned the distinction of Diplomate in Low Vision at the AAO meeting this fall in Boston.
- Appointed as a member of the World Council of Optometry’s Public Health Committee for 2021 to 2023.
- Co-Leader for the World Council of Optometry’s first Optometry Program in Advocacy and Leadership, (OPAL). This was a nine-week course sponsored by Optometry Giving Sight and the American Academy of Optometry.
- NOA Living Legend Award, National Optometric Association
- Reappointed to the Transitions Optical Diversity Advisory Board
Parimi, Vamsi (Elsner Lab)
- Best Oral Presentation Award, IONS IRELAND 2021 conference.
- Optica conference travel award to Ireland for 2022.
Invited Faculty Talks
- “Fundus Autofluorescence: Applications for Clinical Practice” (2 hrs.) and “A Nerve-Racking Diagnosis: Swollen Optic Nerve Management” (2 hrs.), Manasota Optometric Society meeting, Sept. 2021.
- “A Nerve-Racking Diagnosis: Swollen Optic Nerve Management” (2 hrs.), Indiana Optometric Association Fall Seminar, Oct. 2021.
- “Vitreoretinal Interface Disease Management and Genetic Testing in Inherited Retinal Dystrophies,” (2 hrs., co-speaker Dr. Larissa Krenk), IUSO CE, Malinovsky Weekend, Dec. 2021.
- “High Resolution Imaging of the Eye’s Vasculature,” Prentice Award Lecture, Nov. 2021, Boston, MA.
- “Understanding Ethics in Publishing,” Optica Webinar. Dec. 2021.“
- “Best of Boston,” CE course participation, Academy of Optometry online education, Dec. 2021.
“Eph-ephrin Signaling in the Lens: Biomechanics and Homeostasis,” Lens Club, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, Nov. 2021.
- “Machine Learning to Determine Refractive Error from Retinal SD OCT images,” AAO, Boston, Nov. 2021.
- Connolly, K, Candy TR, Clark C. “Accuracy of the Plusoptix S12 in Detecting Amblyogenic Factors in a Jamaican Primary School Population,” AAO, Boston, Nov. 2021.
- “Therapeutics for Pediatrics: ‘Just Say Yes,’” and “Amblyopia: Current Concepts and the Future of Treatment,” Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Optometrists Annual General Meeting.
- “Shedding a Light on Eye and Health Care Disparities in those with IDD,” and “Common Visual Impairments in those with IDD,” Special Olympics International.
- “Tips for Myopia Management,” CooperVision, Student MiSight launch event.
- “Changes to Cone Distribution in Diabetes and Age-related Macular Degeneration.” Invited talk, Virtual, July 24, 2021. Indian Vision Science Symposium, 2021.
- Elsner AE, Papay JA, Gast TJ, Parimi V, Walker BR, Gilbert RN, and Burns SA, “Ischemic Response in Diabetic Patients: Retinal Vascular Remodeling and Potential Relation to Loss of Cones.” Invited, blended session. American Academy of Optometry, Boston, MA, 2021.
- Elsner AE, Papay JA, Gast TJ, Parimi V, Walker BR, Gilbert RN, and Burns SA, “Ischemic Response in Diabetic Patients: Retinal Vascular Remodeling and Potential Relation to Loss of Cones.” Invited Continuing Education, Best of Boston. Virtual. American Academy of Optometry, Dec. 5, 2021.
- Marte M, Kurokawa K, Jung HW, Liu Y. Bernucci M, King BJ, Miller DT. “Characterizing Presumed Displaced Retinal Ganglion Cells in the Living Human Retina of Healthy and Glaucomatous Eyes with AO-OCT.” OVS 2021, E-Abstract.
- American Academy of Optometry, Best of Boston, Dec. 5, 2021. Invited Speaker. Glaucoma Blended Session: Innovations in Glaucoma Assessment.
- King BJ, Swanson WH. Predicting Depth of Perimetric Defect from RNFL Reflectance: A Problem and Potential Solution.
“Vision Is More Than Visual Acuity,” Essilor Varilux Summit on Presbyopia., Virtual, (co-authors M. Bullimore and O. Prenat), Nov. 2021.
- Marshall E, Jones L, Taylor D, Chu R, Cleaver J, Satamaria A, Acosta W. “The State of Black Eye Care,” 20/20 Vision Explosion—Seeing in High, Webinar.
- “Where Did All the Men Go? A Discussion on the Dwindling Enrollment Numbers of Men in Optometry Schools and Within the Profession,” Fellows Talk Virtual Session, American Academy of Optometry.
- Marshall E, Citek K, Sims J, Primo S, McGhee B, Cleaver J, Puerto A, Mendoza B, Constantinescu M. “To Take or Not to Take is The Question: A Discussion of Vaccine Hesitancy and Its Potential Impact on the COVID-19 Pandemic, Healthcare, and Optometry,” Fellows Talk Virtual Session, Webinar, American Academy of Optometry.
- “Responding to the Call,” Keynote Address, 2021 White Coat Ceremony, School of Optometry, Indiana University.
- Boone P, Hernandez CM, Johnson E, Marshall EC, Trevino RC, Vance C. “IU School of Optometry Summer Conversation Series: You Look Like Me—Why Diversity in Optometry is Needed,” Webinar, School of Optometry, Indiana University.
- Hable E, Lyon D, and Page J. “Sometimes It’s the Cornea’s Fault,” 1-hour lecture, Academy, Boston.
- “Overview of Corneal Transplants and Crosslinking,” (1 hr.), IUSO Malinovsky Disease CE
- Neil Pence and Todd Peabody presented the lecture “Preparing to Sell Your Practice” at the most recent American Academy of Optometry annual meeting in Boston in November.
- Dr. Pence and Dr. Peabody recorded three lectures at the request of the Association of Practice Management Educators, and these will be shared with all schools and colleges of optometry for use with their students and practice management classes.
- In his role as Chair of the Nominating Committee, Dr. Neil Pence led the committee as it conducted interviews with all AAO Board members and senior AAO staff at the annual AAO meeting in Boston.
- Dr. Pence gave an invited presentation to the Clinic Administrators ASCO SIG, covering the industry trends since the pandemic, as well as comparing them to the 2008–09 recession. The goal is to better understand what is currently happening, and to hopefully make better budgetary projections and decisions regarding ASCO member’s clinical operations.
- Ohio Optometric Association East/West Eye Conference. Cleveland, OH. June 5, 2021.
- “Taking the Mystery out of Abnormal Pupils.”
- “Don’t Let Swollen Optic Nerves Make You Nervous.”
- “Headaches: Applications for Optometric Practices.”
- “Ocular Side Effects of Oral Medications,” Ontario Optometric Association Interactive Virtual Live CE Webinar. June 9, 2021.
- IUSO/IOA Anterior Segment Laser Course. Bloomington, IN. Aug. 8, 2021.
- “Laser Procedures in Lens Capsule Care.”
- “Miscellaneous Anterior Segment Laser
- Kentucky Optometric Association Fall Conference. Louisville, KY. Sept. 19, 2021.
- “Injectable Medications in Eye Care.”
- “Overview of Oral Medications in Eye Care.”
- “Sleep Apnea and the Eye.”
- Vision Expo West. Las Vegas, NV. Sept. 22, 2021.
- “Battle of the Sands.”
- “The Best Posterior Segment Course Ever”.
- Alabama Optometric Association Convention. Birmingham, AL. Oct. 1, 2021.
- “Non-diabetic Retinal Vascular Disease.”
- “FAF: Applications for Clinical Practice.”
- “Favorite Cases Grand Rounds.”
- “Diagnosis and Management of Choroidal Effusion.”
- “Ocular Side Effects of Oral Medications.”
- “Getting to Know Your OCT,” National Glaucoma Society webinar series. Oct. 6, 2021.
- “OCT: The Optometrist’s MREye,” Price Vision Group Eye on Education CE Seminar. Indianapolis, IN. Oct. 30, 2021.
- “Glaucoma Grand Rounds,” Indiana Optometric Association Summer Seminar, July 2021.
- “21st Century Glaucoma Care” and “OCT Angiography: Imaging Motion,” IUSO CE Program, July 2021.
- “Is this Really Glaucoma: Glaucoma Masqueraders Round-up,” Academy of Optometry, November 2021.
Dr. Katie Connolly and the pediatric residents, Drs. Taylor Brack and Gaia Hess, were busy this year in our vision screening program. Together they screened 6,425 children in the Bloomington area! Kids were screened at Head Start centers in four counties, Monroe Country Community School Corporation, Spencer-Owen Community Schools, and private schools in the Bloomington community.
IUSO was part of ScienceFest this fall as usual. It was a great success, thanks to many faculty, staff, and students who helped participate. This was largely organized by Dawn Meyer, Maddy Mitchell, Patrice Tankam, and Katie Connolly, but others who helped included Vamsi Parimi, Subashree Murugan, Ben Conkright, Alessandra Carmichael, Mariah Lucas, Riley Coers, Julia Lilly, Hsuan-Yeh Pan, Javier Gantes, Emily Hackbarth, Jessica Palmer, Olivia Schmidt, Alex Marijan, Amanda Lovelace, Katelynn Edwards, Sarah Miller, Raman Sah, Anna Tichenor, Lauren Jenkins, Austin Hribar, Abigail Kuborn, Shimin Li, Hadiya Pattan, Hin Cheung, and Charlene Ubah.
Staff Service Milestones
The following people are being recognized for their years of service to IU:
- James Crowell, Systems Programmer/Analyst, 5 years
- Jenny Kelp, Billing Coordinator, 5 years
- Stacy Lady, Payroll Coordinator, 5 years
- Brent Hoover, Clinical Optician, 15 years
- Amanda Zuicens-Williams, Marketing/Communications/Alumni Relations, 20 years
IUSO CLINIC NEWS
IUSO Clinic Update
IUSO clinic activity in specialty areas continues to increase, staying at the forefront of optometric practice.
Indianapolis Eye Care Center
IECC doctors and staff pitched in and collected $1,000 to buy Christmas presents for several Indy area families in need.
Atwater Eye Care Center
In December, the Atwater Eye Care Center will be undergoing some remodeling, with the installation of a new first floor reception counter, and new flooring in the optical area. If you stop by in December, pardon our mess, but we should be looking good to start 2022.
IUSO PUBLICATIONS REPORTED
Ogando DG, Shyam R, Kim ET, Wang YC, Liu CY, Bonanno JA. Inducible Slc4a11 Knockout Triggers Corneal Edema Through Perturbation of Corneal Endothelial Pump. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2021 Jun 1; 62(7):28. doi: 10.1167/iovs.62.7.28.PMID: 34190974.
Choi M, Bonanno JA. Mitochondrial Targeting of the Ammonia-Sensitive Uncoupler SLC4A11 by the Chaperone-Mediated Carrier Pathway in Corneal Endothelium. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2021 Sep 2; 62(12):4. doi: 10.1167/iovs.62.12.4.PMID: 34499705.
Shyam R, Ogando DG, Choi M, Liton PB, Bonanno JA. Mitochondrial ROS Induced Lysosomal Dysfunction and Autophagy Impairment in an Animal Model of Congenital Hereditary Endothelial Dystrophy. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2021 Sep 2; 62(12):15. doi: 10.1167/iovs.62.12.15.PMID: 34533563.
Shyam, R.; Ogando, D.G.; Kim, E.T.; Murugan, S.; Choi, M.; Bonanno, J.A. Rescue of the CHED Mouse Model by AAV-mediated Slc4a11 Replacement. Opthalmology Science, 2021, doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xops.2021.100084.
Warner RL, Gast TJ, Sapoznik KA, Carmichael-Martins A, Burns SA, Measuring Temporal and Spatial Variability of Red Blood Cell Velocity in Human Retinal Vessels. Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1167/iovs.62.14.29 PMID: 34846516.
Maguire MG, Ying GS, Ciner EB, Kulp MT, Candy TR, Moore B; Visiofan In Preschoolers (VIP) Study Group. Detection of Significant Hyperopia in Preschool Children Using Two Automated Vision Screeners. Optom Vis Sci. 2021 Dec 9. doi: 10.1097/OPX.0000000000001837. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34889862.
Candy TR, Cormack LK. Recent understanding of binocular vision in the natural environment with clinical implications. Prog Retin Eye Res. 2021 Oct 6:101014. doi: 10.1016/j.pretey-eres.2021.101014. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34624515.
Ciner EB, Kulp MT, Pistilli M, Ying GS, Maguire M, Candy TR, Moore B, Quinn G; Vision In Pre-schoolers—Hyperopia In Preschoolers (VIP-HIP) Study Group. Associations between visual function and magnitude of refractive error for emmetropic to moderately hyperopic 4- and 5-year-old children in the Vision in Preschoolers—Hyperopia in Preschoolers Study. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2021 May; 41(3):553-564. doi: 10.1111/opo.12810. Epub 2021 Mar 27. PMID: 33772848.
Cheng C, Gao J, Sun X, Mathias RT. Eph-ephrin signaling affects eye lens fiber cell intracellular voltage and membrane conductance. Front Physiol. 2021 Vol. 12, Issue 2072.
Cheng C. EphA2 and ephrin-A5 guide eye lens suture alignment that influences whole lens resilience. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2021 Dec 1; 62(15):3. doi: 10.1167/iovs.62.15.3.
Papay JA and Elsner AE. Quantifying frequency content in cross-sectional retinal scans of diabetics vs. controls. PLOS One. 2021 Jun 18; 16(6):e0253091. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0253091. PMID: 34143819; PMCID: PMC8213050.
Goss DA. A commentary on: The efficacy of multifocal soft contact lenses for the alleviation of asthenopic symptoms in myopes with accommodative lag. PracticeUpdate website.
Hampson KM, Turcotte R, Miller DT, Kurokawa K, Males JF, Ji N, Booth MJ. Adaptive optics for high resolution imaging. Nat Rev Methods Primers 2021;1:68. https://doi-org.proxyiub.uits.iu.edu/10.1038/s43586-021-00066-7.
Lassoued A, Zhang F, Kurokawa K, Liu Y, Bernucci MT, Crowell JA, Miller DT. Cone photoreceptor dysfunction in retinitis pigmentosa revealed by optoretinography. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2021; 118:e2107444118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2107444118.
Singh NK, Meyer D, Jaskulski M, Kollbaum P. Retinal defocus in myopes wearing dual-focus zonal contact lenses. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2022 Jan; 42(1):8-18. doi: 10.1111/opo.12903. Epub 2021 Oct 23. PMID: 34687238.
Caron B, Bullock D, Kitchell L, McPherson B, Kellar D, Cheng H, Newman S, Port NL, Pestilli F (2021) Human white matter microstructure predicts elite sports participation. Nature Scientific Data, 8:56.
Ferris LM, Kontos AP, Eagle S, Elbin RJ, Collin MW, Mucha A, Clugston JR, Port NL (2021). Predictive Accuracy of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 3 and Vestibular/Ocular-Motor Screening, Individually and In Combination: A National Collegiate Athletic Association-Department of Defense Concussion Assessment, Research and Education Consortium Analysis. Am J Sports Med 49:1040-1048.
Eagle SR, Ferris LM, Mucha A, Sinnott A, Marchetti G, Trbovich A, Port N, Clugston J, Ortega J, Collins MW, Broglio SP, McAllister T, McCrea MA, Pasquina P, Kontos AP, CARE Consortium Investigators (2021). Minimum detectable change and false positive rates of the vestibular/ocular motor screening (VOMS) tool: an NCAA-DoD care consortium analysis. (online ahead of print). Brain Inj.
Kontos AP, Eagle SR, Marchetti G, Sinnott A, Mucha A, Port N, Ferris LM, Elbin RJ, Clugston J, Ortega J, Broglio SP, McAllister T, McCrea M, Pasquina P, Collins MW, CARE Consortium Investigators, Brooks A, Buckley T, Mihalik J, Miles C (2021). Discriminative utility of VOMS in identifying concussed from healthy collegiate athlete controls: an NCAA-DoD CARE Consortium study. Am J Sports Med 49: 2211-2217.
CARE Consortium: 11 additional publications with Dr. Port.
Chalimeswamy A, Thanuja MY, Ranganath SH, Pandya K, Kompella UB, Srinivas SP. Oxidative Stress Induces a Breakdown of the Cytoskeleton and Tight Junctions of the Corneal Endothelial Cells. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2021 Nov 23. doi: 10.1089/jop.2021.0037. Online ahead of print.PMID: 34818079.
Shilpashree PS, Suresh KV, Sudhir RR, Srinivas SP. Automated Image Segmentation of the Corneal Endothelium in Patients With Fuchs Dystrophy. Transl Vis Sci Technol. 2021 Nov 1;10(13):27. doi: 10.1167/tvst.10.13.27.PMID: 34807254 Free PMC article.
Tadepalli S, Farhath HP, Sudhir RR, Padmanabhan P, Biswas J, Saravana S, Rathore M, Paneer-selvam S, Ravikumar A, Srinivas SP. Reliability of Aqueous Flare Measurements During Uveitis by a Spot Fluorometer. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2021 Oct 13. doi: 10.1089/jop.2021.0053. Online ahead of print.PMID: 34648719.
Okumura N, Padmanaban V, Balaji J, Srinivasan B, Hanada N, Komori Y, Yoshii K, Srinivas SP, Koizumi N, Padmanabhan P. Clinical, Morphological, and Optical Correlates of Visual Function in Patients With Fuchs Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy. Cornea. 2021 Aug 6. doi: 10.1097/ICO.0000000000002814. Online ahead of print.PMID: 34369393.
Thanuja MY, Suma BS, Dinesh D, Ranganath SH, Srinivas SP. Microtubule Stabilization Protects Hypothermia-Induced Damage to the Cytoskeleton and Barrier Integrity of the Corneal Endothelial Cells. J Ocul Pharmacol Ther. 2021 Sep;37(7):399-411. doi: 10.1089/jop.2021.0036. Epub 2021 Jul 2.PMID: 34227869.
Okumura N, Velumani T, Hadiya F, Padmanaban V, Komori Y, Hanada N, Hirono T, Srinivas SP, Koizumi N, Padmanabhan P. Analysis of Immune Cells on Donor Corneal Endothelium After Corneal Transplantation Using the HRT-Rostock Cornea Module. Cornea. 2021 Nov 1;40(11):1445-1452. doi: 10.1097/ICO.0000000000002706.PMID: 33859091.
Maddipatla, R., & Tankam, P. (2022). Development of high-speed, integrated high-resolution optical coherence microscopy and dual-channel fluorescence microscopy for the simultaneous co-registration of reflectance and fluorescence signals. Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 149, 106823.
Pan HY, Valapala M. Role of the Transcriptional Repressor Zinc Finger with KRAB and SCAN Domains 3 (ZKSCAN3) in Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells. Cells. 2021;10(10):2504. Published 2021 Sep 22. doi:10.3390/cells10102504.
Joseph Bonanno, OD/PHD
Dean, IU School of Optometry