Past Awardees

First Name
Last Name
Year
Type
Sponsoring Institution
Project Title
ThomasAaberg, Sr.1972GIAMedical College of WisconsinExperimental Choroidal Detachment in the Owl Monkey following Retinal Detachment Surgery
ThomasAaberg, Sr.1960SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmaryinvestigation and determination of the rate of aqueous Humor production by the installation (chronic) of a catheter into the anterior chamber of the eye ;and the response of this determined rate to various pharmacological agents
Richard L.Abbott1977PDUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteWound healing in the denervated cornea
HanaAbou-Zeid2003PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteLinkage analysis and gene identification in the three families with Leber congenital amaurosis.
Fabian A.Abrahams1979PDUniversity of Michigan / Kellogg Eye CenterRegional Differences in the Physiology of Human Retinal Adaptation in Health and Disease
Fabian A.Abrahams1978PDUniversity of Michigan / Kellogg Eye CenterRegional Differences in the Physiology of Human Retinal Adaptation in Health and Disease
Irwin WillardAbrahams1956SFNew York University Medical CenterA Study of radioactive labelled antigens in experimental uveitis
RobertAbrahams1954OtherInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)A project study concerned with the research techniques in Glaucoma
GaryAbrams1978GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteOpthalmic Ultrasound Laboratory
David H.Abramson1979GIACornell University Medical CenterTear and Aqueous Assay for the diagnosis of ocular tissue
AvinoamAdam1966GIAGovernment Hospital Tel Hashomer, IsraelGenetics of qualitative and quantitative difference in foveal red and green receptors in man
AnthonyAdamis1995GIAChildren's Hospital, BostonDevelopment of an adult rodent model of ocular neovascularization
MatthewAdamo1999SFSUNY-SyracuseThe effect of analgesics on intracranial pressure in the rat
PriscillaAdams1981SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryPeroxidase activity in cultured human retinal pigment epithelium from normal donors and a patient with RP
Calvin K.Adams1973OtherUniversity of FloridaAn animal model for prosthetic vision
Calvin K.Adams1972OtherUniversity of FloridaAn animal model for prosthetic vision
Calvin K.Adams1971GIAUniversity of FloridaAn animal model for prosthetic vision
AdeseyeAdekeye2008SFSUNY Upstate Medical UniversityUnderstanding protein transport and targeting in cone photoreceptor cells
CarolAdler1966SFInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)Measurement of corneal permeability to fluorescein in human subjects, with specific application to the problem of finding the most effective means of increasing ug penetration across epithelium
Francis H.Adler1959GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaStudy of the factors involved in the proliferation of the retinal pigment epithelium in disease
Francis H.Adler1958GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaStudy of the factors involved in the proliferation of the retinal pigment epithelium in disease
Francis H.Adler1957GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaStudy of the factors invloved in the proliferation of the retinal pigment epithelium
ZehraAftab2005SFSUNY-BuffaloGenetic analysis of the LH-BTAg mouse model of Retinoblastoma.
ShuchiAgarwal2007SFMount Sinai School of MedicineCentral Nervous System changes in murine glaucoma
NeerajAgarwal1990GIAUniversity of Texas-San AntonioIsolation and selection of RPE specific genes
DanAgness1978PDUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteTherapy for Neo-vascular Glaucoma
MichaelAhdoot2005PDMount Sinai School of MedicineThe effect of Prostaglandin Analogue Ocular Hypotensive medications on the Ocular surface.
JameelAhmed1991SFNorthwestern UniversityRegional variation in oxygen supplyand photoreceptor oxygen consumption In the cat retina.
James C.Ahn1980SFBoston University Medical CenterQuantitative Evaluation of the effectiveness of various therapeutic agents used to suppress anterior uveitis.
James C.Ahn1979SFBoston University Medical CenterQuantitation of inflammation in the anterior chamber and its response to therapy
DonaldAiken1984CitationEmory UniversityConcanavalin A effects on the secretion of Plasminogen activator and collagenase by corneal cells
EliasAizenman1987PDChildren's Hospital, BostonCholinergic modulation of process outgrowth in dissociated retinal ganglion cells
TomayaAkama2001GIABurnham InstituteIdentification of Cornea-Specific Promoter for Corneal N-acetylglucosamine 6-O Sulfotransferase Gene (GHST6)
Nurten AyseAkarsu1994PDUniversity of Connecticut FarmingtonA DNA linkage study of primary congenital glaucoma
JihanAkhtar2007SFUniversity of IllinoisMediators of HSV-1 entry in human conjunctival epithelial cells
JamesAkula2006PDChildren's Hospital, BostonThe basis for Neurovascular Abnormalities in Retinopathy of Prematurity.
SoniaAlam2001PDWashington University in St. LouisIdentification of protein interacting with retinal cryptochrome
Arlene D.Albert2003GIAUniversity of Connecticut StorrsInvestingation of Rod outersegment disks using flow Cytometry
ThomasAlbini2007GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteLocal versus systematic blockage of T-cell costimulation in experimental autoimmune uveitis
Romulo J. C.Albuquerque2008PDUniversity of KentuckyEstablishing the role of the novel endogenous sVEGFR-2 in corneal lymphangiogensis and transplant rejection
JoseAlcala1976GIAWayne State UniversityThe Protein Composition of Plasma Membranes of the Fiber Cells of the Human Lens
Leonard BennettAlenick1964SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteObservations on the chamber angle during application of the pressure cup
Richard K.Alexander1957SFUniversity of OklahomaLatent herpes simplex infection of the eye
GeorgeAlexandrakis1993SFYale UniversityThe use of polymerase chain reaction for the detection of fusarium keratitis
PeterAlfinito2001PDCornell University Medical CenterRhodopsin Trafficking and its Relationship to Retinal Degenerative Disease
SabaAli2004SFCase Western Reserve UniversityEffect of the Anticataract drugs on lens Glyoxalase.
MitraAlizadeh2002PDStanford UniversityCorrelation of gene expression changes in the outer retina with phagocytosis of photoreceptor outer segment membranes
MatheaAllansmith1971GIAStanford UniversityThe etiology of corneal epithelial keratitis
Brian EwingAllf1985SFDuke University Medical CenterIntravascular Surgery for Retinal Vascular Occlusive Disease
SalwaAl-Noori2001PDUniversity of WashingtonMolecular Analysis of Experience Dependent Plasticity in the Mammalian Visual Cortax During the Critical Period of Development
LauraAlonso1994SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaAdenovirus-mediated transduction od differentiated murine retinal phototreceptors
MathewAlpern1958GIAUniversity of Michigan / Kellogg Eye CenterThe psychophysiology of the photopupillary mechanism
MohamedAl-Shabrawey2004ARVOMedical College of GeorgiaDiabetes-induced vascular permeability: role of NADPH oxidase.
MohamedAl-Shabrawey2003PDMedical College of GeorgiaRole of NADPH Oxidase in Angiogenesis
Muayyad RAl-Ubaidi1993GIAUniversity of IllinoisAssociation of retinal degeneration with oncogene expression
JorgeAlvarado1970SFUniversity of California San FranciscoCorrelative electrophysiological-morphological propeties of cat extraocular muscles
BalamuraliAmbati2003GIAMedical College of GeorgiaDoes IDO inhibit coneal neovascularization and iprove corneal allograft survival?
JayakrishnaAmbati2003GIAUniversity of KentuckyStem cell transplantation therapy in a novel mouse model of age-related macular degeneration.
JayakrishnaAmbati2002GIAUniversity of KentuckyThe role of Leukocytes in Choroidal Neovascularization
DuvaAmberson1994PDHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryA human gene homologous to norpA, a Drosophila photoreceptor degeneration mutant: characterization and analysis in patient with retinitis pigmentosa
BillAnders1965GIAUppsala University (Sweden)A Study of the Routes for Bulk Drainage of Aqueous Humour in Rabbits and Monkeys
Heather AnneAnderson2009GIAUniversity of HoustonLimits of accomodation for compensation of hyperopia in children.
BrianAnderson2003SFSaint John's UniversityNeuroprotection for Ischemic optic neuropathy.
Richard J.Anderson1979CitationUniversity of IowaCyclic GMP Phosphodiesterase protein activator: Involvement in retinal degeneration.
DouglasAnderson1976GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteControl of Intraocular Pressure
StephenAnderson1962SFEmory UniversityThe effect of heat and cold light on the corneoretinal potential
RenisaAndika1996SFUniversity of California BerkeleyStudies of the mechanisms involved in corneal cell infection by Pseudomonas aeruginosa
MichaelAndreoli2007SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryGenetic analysis of sibpairs extremely discordant for age-related macular degeneration
ChristopherAndreoli1998SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryIdentification and localization of apoptotic cell death components in murine photoreceptor cells.
ChristopherAndreoli1996SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryIsolation of cDNA homologus to mammalian ICE enzyme involved in apoptotic cell death of photoreceptor cell
Lary D.Andrews1979PDBaylor College of MedicineAge-related Chemical and morphological changes in the retina
JohnAndrews, Jr.1967GIAVanderbilt University School of MedicineLipids of the precorneal tear film
DanielleAndrews-Lovell2003SFUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteThe stress response and outflow in Glaucoma.
BorisAndrst1956SFNew York University Medical CenterPathogenosis of retinal microaneurysms
RonaldAntinone1975PDIndiana UniversityForce, Velocity and EMG Studies in Paralytic Strabismus
ChristianAntolik2007PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteManipulation of insulin-like growth factor (IGF) signaling molecules to promote optic nerve regeneration
AnumanthanAnukanth1992PDMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMolecular basis for the functional assembly of rhodopsin
John GusApostol1964SFUniversity of OregonDetermination of an action spectrum in a previously unstudied scallop
SeymourApplebaum1957SFAlbert Einstein College of MedicineProblems of electrophysiology and retinal detachment
GeorgeApplegate1959SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteExperimental production of ocular tumors and surface epithelial downgrowths in the animal eye
DipaliApte1989SFUniversity of IllinoisMetabolism of the Single Toad Retina Using Phosphorus-31 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
VictoriaArango1982PDSUNY-BrooklynLeupeptin and optic nerve regeneration
Ximena A.Arata2010SFThe New York Eye and Ear InfirmaryEstimating the Prevalence of Central Visual Field Defects in Normal Tension Glaucoma Patients with Achromatic Perimetric Loss
CarlosArce1980PDUniversity of FloridaEpithelium-Stromal interaction during corneal wound healing
JuanArentsen1972PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteOcular Clinico Pathological Correlation
AfshinArianjam2004SFUniversity of Southern California / Doheny Eye InstituteRole of MHC II molecules in the development of Sjogren's syndrome in the NOD mouse model.
Mansour F.Armaly1966CitationUniversity of IowaThe Hertiable nature of Dexamethasone-induced ocular hypertension
ChristinaArmett-Kibel1975PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteMode of Action of Osmotic Agents in Lowering the I.O.P.
ChristineArmett-Kibel1974PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteMorphology of Synaptic organization at the first synaptic level of the visual pathway
DonaldArmstrong1977GIAUniversity of ColoradoLipid hyoperoxides in the retinal and pigment epithelium
MarylouiseAry1977PDCalifornia Institutue of TechnologyEye occulsion, ocular dominance and catecholamines
PennyAsbell1984GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineEffects 0f Inhibitors of Protease Enzymes and of Oxyradical generation on Pseudomonas keratitis.
PennyAsbell1980TravelMount Sinai School of MedicineNA
Silvia C.Ashkar2002PDNew York Medical CollegeRegulation and function of cytochrome P450 derived eicosanoids in corneal neovascularization
FarooqAshraf1990SFGeorge Washington UniversityConfocal Microscopy of the human eye
NormanAshton1966GIAInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)Studies on the retinal endothelium in tissue culture
IoannisAslanides1995PDCornell University Medical CenterHigh frequency ultrasound analysis of retractive surgical procedures
SallyAtherton1984GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteRole of Defective Interfering Particles in Herpes Simplex Type I Retinitis
RajpaulAttariwala1992SFNorthwestern UniversityEffect of intraocular pressure on retinal vascular pressure
EdgarAuerbach1966GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)How is the Information Which the Brain Receives Transmitted by a Primitive Phootreceptor Organ?
EdgarAuerbach1965GIAHebrew University, JerusalemElectroretinographical and Psychological Study on Different Forms of Congenital Heeralopia: a Possible Relationship of a Progressive Form to Retinitis Pigmentosa
EdgarAuerbach1964GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Two categories of so-called congenital hemeralopia and a possible relationship to retinitis pigmentosa
EdgarAuerbach1963GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)1.Monacular versu binocular vision; 2.Electroretinography
EdgarAuerbach1962GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)1.Monacular versu binocular vision; 2.Electroretinography
EdgarAuerbach1961GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)1.Amblyopia and its central connection 2. Cerebral summation of impluses at the crtex via decussated and nondecussated visual pathway 3. Inhibition of cortical responses responses following photic stimulation 4. Normal electric response of the human retina reconsidered: Electroretinography wit normal subjects and connected to pathologic entities such as hemeralopia and oguchi's disease
EdgarAuerbach1960GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)1.Amblyopia and its central connection 2. Cerebral summation of impluses at the crtex via decussated and nondecussated visual pathway 3. Inhibition of cortical responses responses following photic stimulation 4. Normal electric response of the human retina reconsidered: Electroretinography wit normal subjects and connected to pathologic entities such as hemeralopia and oguchi's disease
EdgarAuerbach1959GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)impaired vision and its connection with light (color) sense
EdgarAuerbach1958GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Light and color perception: Participation and specification of receptor mechanisms in normal and pathological conditions
EdgarAuerbach1956GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Light and color perception
EdgarAuerbach1955PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteColor vision, dark and light adaptors
EdgarAuerbach1953Full-Time FellowshipHadassah University (Jerusalem)Retinal Physiology
ZviAviner1977GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineImmune response genes and steroid sensitivity in primary open-angle glaucoma
AdamAvinoam1968GIATel-Aviv UniversityGenetics of qualitative and quantitative difference in foveal red and green receptors in man
AdamAvinoam1965GIATel-Aviv UniversityGenetics of qualitative and quantitative difference in foveal red and green receptors in man
GeorgeAyoub1999GIAWestmont CollegeNeuroprotection of retinal ganglion cells under glaucomatous conditions
DimitriAzar1994GIAJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstitutePrismatic phototkeratectomy- A new excimer laser ablation technique for correction of strabismus and diplopia.
DimitriAzar1987PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteCorneal epithelial adhesion and wound healing in diabetes
SassanAzarian1996PDUniversity of Texas-DallasMolecular and functional characterization of the rim protein in mammalian photoreceptors.
SeeratAziz1989PDUniversity of California BerkeleyStudy of Visual Field Defects in Tourette Synome
SonyaBabar2006SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteUltra-High Resolution Imaging of the Eye.
SherryBabb2000PDIndiana UniversityRole of Cadherins in retinotectal pathfinding
BrianBachynski1984PDUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteRetrolental Fibroplasia: Clinical and Research Aspects
NormanBacilious1989SFMount Sinai School of MedicineIntraocular Pressure and the Intrastromal Corneal Ring
ClaxtonBaer1993SFUniversity of VirginiaExpression and mutagenesis of interphotoreceptor retinoid-binding protein in E. coli
ShamikBafna1989SFUniversity of Michigan / Kellogg Eye CenterGalvanotropic/Taxis Response of Conreal Epithelial Cells to DC Electric Fields
SusanBagley1969SFMarine Biological Laboratory, Woods HoleEffect of light on ocular tissue
KashifBaig1999SFMcGill UniversityUnderstanding orbital blowout fractures, their patterns, and their mechenisms: are racial differences present in fractures of the isolated orbital floor and/or medial orbital wall?
FranciscoBajandas1964SFUniversity of LouisvilleElectrical and ionic properties of isolated cornea
ArthurBaker1999SFMedical University of South Carolinamarkers of diabetic retinopathy
Robert S.Baker1988GIAUniversity of KentuckySurgical reinnervation of paretic extraocular muscle
Robert S.Baker1987CitationUniversity of Kentucky Medical CenterSecondary Muscular Neurotization of Extraocular Muscle: Lack of Reinnervation
Endre A.Balazs1976GIAColumbia UniversityVitrieous hemorrhage and cellular invasion into the vitreous
Endre A.Balazs1959GIARetina Foundation, BostonStudies on the hyaluronic acid formation of the vitreous body
Endre A.Balazs1958GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryStudies on the hyaluronic acid formation of the vitreous body
Endre A.Balazs1957GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryStudies of the hyaluronic acid formation in the vitreous body
Endre A.Balazs1956GIARetina Foundation, BostonStudies on the cortical layers of the vitreous body , with special regard ot its mucopoply-saccharides content
Endre A.Balazs1955GIARetina Foundation, BostonSynthetis of Hyaluronic acid in the vitreous bod of embryos and young animals
Endre A.Balazs1954GIARetina Foundation, BostonSynthetis of Hyaluronic acid in the vitreous bod of embryos and young animals
Endre A.Balazs1952GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryChemistry of certain tissues of the eye which may shed light on several ete diseases including detachmnet of the retina and blindness in premature infants
Endre A.Balazs1951GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryChemistry of certain tissues of the eye which may shed light on several ete diseases including detachmnet of the retina and blindness in premature infants
Zsolt B.Baldauf2003PDUniversity of LouisvilleMorphological and physiological characterization of the Corticopretectal pathway
Barbara J.Baldwin1978SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaBiochemical Studies on the fusion factor of herpesvirus
SherryBall1999PDHines VA HospitalVisual rehabilitation with retinal prosthetic implants
Peter H.Ballen1957GIASUNY-BrooklynMucous membrane grafts in lye (chemical) burns with reference to method of healing action and vascularization of cornea
RichardBalliet1972SFUniversity of the PacificThe relationship of conerod contributions to change in eye velocity during dark adaptation as determined by optokinetic nystagmus
JafarBandarchi1996SFSUNY-BuffaloAge-related variation of calcium efflux I retinal rod cells
CamelliaBanerjee2002SFCase Western Reserve UniversityBlocking action of theanine on glutamate receptors in retinal ganglion cells
AlayBanker1995PDUniversity of California San DiegoAn animal model to evaluate the toxicity of hpmpc for intravitreal therapy of cmv retinitis
RichardBanyard1964SFColumbia UniversityHistochemical study of the ciliary epithelium
MarkBarakat2001SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaAnalysis of inner retinal neuron pathology in human age-related macular degeneration
ErnstBarany1966GIAUppsala University (Sweden)Mechanism of nerve head damage in glaucoma
Kenneth R.Barasch1958SFCornell University Medical CenterEffects of blood plasma volume and osmolality on intraocular pressure
AlistairBarber1998GIAPenn State UniversityRetinal Vascular Permeability and Neural cell death in diabetes
RitaBarcia2005PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteGene-therapy to the cornea- a way to improve corneal graft survival.
Leslie A.Bard1959PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteSerum proteins in diabetes and diabetic retinoplasty
Leslie A.Bard1957SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteThe role of mucopolysaccharide metabolism in the pathogenesis of diabetic retinopathy
Leslie A.Bard1956SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstitutePossible intermediates in the corneal synthesis of mucopolysaccharides
Robert Y.Barishak1958PDUniversity of California San FranciscoTissue culture of malignant melanomas
Robert Y.Barishak1957PDUniversity of California San Franciscoa. Implantation of tumor tissue into the anterior chamber of animals b. Investigations on the tissue culture of intraocular tumors, particularly malignant melanomas
RonaldBarke1990PDUniversity of California Los AngelesGlutathione reductase in freshly excised human lens epithelia
HoraceBarlow1964GIAUniversity of California BerkeleyThe effect of a stabilities abrupt spatial change of intensity on the JND
StevenBarnes1995GIAUniversity of Calgary, CanadaThe role of Non classical neurotransmitters in the modulation of photoreceptor calcium channels
NealBarney1996GIAUniversity of WisconsinMast cell biology of the human conjunctiva
MichaelBarris1981PDMount Sinai School of MedicineMacular evaluation with laser speckle
BrentBarron1984SFEmory UniversityThe Emory Mouse cataract: Application of Isoelectric-focusing to the analysis of the insoluable proteins of aging clear lenses and cataracts.
BrentBarron1983SFEmory UniversityAge dependent studies of lens crystallins by Isoelectric focusing
AlmenBarron1971TravelSUNY-BuffaloNA
AlexanderBarsam2010SFWashington University in St. LouisAnatomical analysis of the critical period: Characterizing retinal ganglion cell projections to the brain
ManuelaBartoli2003GIAMedical College of GeorgiaStatins and Retinal Neovascularization
ManuelaBartoli2001GIAMedical College of GeorgiaDifferential Activation of VEGF Signaling in Microvascular Retinal Cells and Its Implications in Diabetic Retinopathy: Role of STAT 3
ScottBasinger1973GIABaylor College of MedicinePossible Role of Polyphosphoinositides in Visual Excitation
Carl J.Bassi1987CitationVanderbilt University School of MedicineLengthened Rod Outer Segments Correlate with Increased Visual Sensitivity in Goldfish
Barbara AnneBattelle1976CitationHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteNA
ElisabethBattinelli1995SFMassachusetts General HospitalMolecular isolation and characterization of the gene for human usher syndrome type 1B
RachelleBatushansky1973SFCity College, New YorkFine structural basis of eye movements during ontogency of the extraocular muscles
JulesBaum1974GIANew England Medical Center, BostonCollagen synthesis in mass cultrues of human endothelium
JulesBaum1969GIATufts University School of MedicineTissue culture characteristics of the conreal dystrophies
GilbertBaum1962GIAVeterans Administration Hospital, BronxA comparison of the acoustic properties of benign and malignant ocular tissues
GilbertBaum1960GIAYeshiva University New YorkA comparison of the acoustic properties of benign and malignant ocular tissues
GilbertBaum1959GIANew York University Medical CenterA comparison of the acoustic properties of benign and malignant ocular tissues
FritzBaumann1965PDNational Institute of HealthTransformation of light into nerve impulse in single visual cells of arthropods
ClaireBautista1991SFUniversity of South FloridaThe role of Borrelia antigens in ocular Inflammation
WilliamBean1959SFTulane UniversityRe-examination of the physiology of aqueous humor kinetics: application of newly developed techniques on the study of aqueous humor kinetics to ophthalmic pharmacology
MargaretBeard1973GIAUniversity of OregonKeratopathy and amino acid imbalance. An electron microscopic study
MarcusBearse1994PDSmith-Kettlewell Eye Research InstituteFunctional imaging of damage in retinal disease
AlanBeggs1994GIAChildren's Hospital, BostonCloning the gene for congenital fibrosis of the extracular muscles
AlanBeggs1993GIAChildren's Hospital, BostonLinkage mapping of a gene for congenital fibrosis of the extraocular muscels
IrmgardBehlau2008GIAHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteThe Boston karatoprosthesis as a model to study biofilms as prosthetic materials
AshleyBehrens2006GIAJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteProteomic analysis of aqueous humor to detect defensive mechanisms of the eye against infection.
RichardBeighle1961SFUniversity of OregonModification of the carrageenan granuloma of the guinea pig cornea
RichardBeighle1960SFUniversity of Oregonexperimental carrageenan Granuloma of the Guinea Pig cornea
MichaelBelkin1974GIAHadassah Medical OrganizationA clinical In-Vitro method for detection and Analysis of Metals in the eye
MargaretBellhorn1973GIAMontefiore Medical CenterUltrastructural clinicopathologic correlations
WilliamBeltran2007GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaCharacterization of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of photoreceptor cell death in a model of x-linked retinitis pigmentosa
WilliamBeltran2006GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaCharacterization of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of photoreceptor cell death in a model of x-linked retinitis pigmentosa
Ilan Y.Benador2009SFBoston University Medical CenterOxidative stress in Immature neural retina.
MiriamBenezra2004GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineZO-1: a role in corneal fibroblast migration.
VickiBennett2004PDWest Virginia UniversityRole of Rx in maintaining the multipotent nature of retinal progenitor cells.
James A.Bennett1977SFUniversity of California RiversideLaser selected emission spectroscopy of retina
ThomasBennett1974GIAUniversity of IllinoisEvaluation of toxicity of intravitreal injection of gentamicin, kanamycin, BB-K8 and Tobramycin in Owl Monkey Eyes
Richard P.Benoit1957SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryRadioautographic studies on the problem of chromosome replication in the endothelium of marine animals
RichardBensinger1976PDWashington University in St. LouisTaurine Metabolism in the Retina
RichardBensinger1976TravelWashington University in St. LouisNA
P.J.Bentley1969GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineEffects of various cholinergic agents, especially those of clinical interest, on the permeability of the lens membrane
Erika EscalonaBenz2002PDUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteEvaluation of Focal Therapy with the Vascular Targeting Agent Combretastatin A4 Prodrug (CA4P) Single and Combined Treatment with External Beam Radiotherapy in a Murine Model of Retinoblastoma
Steven B.Berger1975PDHarvard University / Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyStudies of light scattering in the cornea
Steven B.Berger1974PDHarvard University / Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyStudies of light scattering in the cornea
RobertBerger1965SFNew York University Medical CenterRetinal vessel basement membrane studies
JohnBergland1959SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteInvestigations in ocular hypersensitivity
RichardBerk1975GIAWayne State UniversityAntineoplastic ug-Induced Infections
ArthurBerken1966GIAMontefiore-Morrisania AffiliationEvaluation of Reticuloenthelial System Phagocytosis in Diabetics with and without Microvascular Disease
ArthurBerken1960PDGovernment Hospital Tel Hashomer, Israelthe production of lesions resembling those of diabetic retinopathy and kimmelstiel-wilson's disease
ArthurBerken1956SFSchool of Medicine St LouisThe study of retinal and renal capillaries
ArthurBerken1955SFWashington University in St. LouisThe effects of cortisone administration on the cells of the islets of Langerhans and the capillaries of the pancreas
RichardBerkowitz1980PDLouisiana State UniversityCorneal endothelial structure and function
JeromeBerkowitz1969GIACornell University Medical CenterOptic disc calorimeter
DavidBerkowitz1966SFInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)The effect of aenergic innervation of intraocular pressure
Elaine R.Berman1964GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Chemistry of the vitreous body with particular reference to the glyco-proteins
Elaine R.Berman1963GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Chemistry of the vitreous body with particular reference to the glyco-proteins
MichaelBerman1963SFNorthwestern UniversityFat embalism of the retina
Elaine R.Berman1962GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Chemistry of the vitreous body with particular reference to the glyco-proteins
Robert W.Berman1957SFSUNY-SyracuseRelationship of Toxoplasma infections to congenital and acquired chorioretinitis
Donald AbleBerman1955SFTulane UniversityStudies of the electrophoretic properties of soluble corneal proteins
DoloresBernal1990PDMedical College of WisconsinMetabolism of retinyl Esters in the lacrimal gland
HansBernkopf1962PDUniversity of California San FranciscoSerological study of trachoma agents
NathalieBernoud-Hubac1999PDMedical College of Wisconsinidentification of retinal accessory proteins required for opsin biogenesis and molecular basis for opsin-protein interaction
PaulBernstein1993GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryMolecular cloning and characterization of proteins involved in vitamin A metabolism in the vertebrate eye
Larry H.Bernstein1967SFWayne State UniversityAn Immune-Electron microscopic study of protein sunthesis in the nucleus and the cortex of the developing lens.
Larry H.Bernstein1966SFWayne State UniversityAn electron microscopic study of protein synthesis in the nucleus and cortex of the developing lens
EliotBerson1969GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryElectrophysiological studies of the hereditary retinal degenerations with the aid of a computer
PaulBertram2000SFIndiana UniversityRole of sodium bicarbonate transporter in bicarbonate flux across the corneal endothelium
StefanoBertuzzi2002GIATelethon Foundation, Segrate (Italy)Characterization in vivo and expansion in vitro of the retinoblasts present in the giant of Vax1/Vax2 mutant mice
CharlesBerwald1960SFUniversity of Michigan / Kellogg Eye Centeroptical activity of lactic acid produced by bovine lens in vitro
JosephBesharse1982GIAEmory UniversityPhotoreceptor Disc Shedding and Cyclic Nucleotides in the Choroid-Pigment Epithelium
SusanBetlem1967SFMarine Biological Laboratory, Woods HoleThe effects of aging and protein synthetic inhibitors on corneal collagen
Jerome W.Bettman1962SFStanford UniversityThe effect of splenic contraction on choroidal blood volume
Jerome W.Bettman1957GIAStanford UniversityThe effect of pressure, including tonography, on the intraocular blood volume
AmishBhakta1992SFUniversity of California Los AngelesStudy of lacrimal gland pathology. Purification and sequencing of lacrimal specific protein
IshirBhan1995SFChildren's Hospital, BostonThe effects of nitric oxide and its congeners on neurite outgrowth in rat retinal ganglion cell cultures
ShrikantBharadwaj2008PDIndiana UniversityThe impact of optically-induced anisometropia on the developing human visual system
ChiragBhatia2004SFRetina Foundation of the SouthwestThe effects of muller cell-mediated gene therapy on the ERG.
SanjoyBhattacharya2002GIACleveland Clinic / Cole Eye InstituteProteomic Approaches to Visual Cycle Protein-Protein Interaction
SumitraBhattacharya2002PDUniversity of Nebraska Medical CenterThe role of ABCG2 transporter in functional regulation of retinal stem cells/progenitors
KailashBhuyan1970GIAEye Bank for Sight RestorationCatalase-peroxide system and corneal respiration
KailashBhuyan1969GIAEye Bank for Sight RestorationCatalase-peroxide system and corneal respiration
IsabelBichao2000PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteEvaluation of nightime visual problems post-refractive surgery:visual function (contrast sensitivity and transient glare) under Mesopic/Scotopic conditions
StacyBichelmeyer1995SFKansas State UniversityThe role of protein kinase c in diabetes
JohnBigger1971GIAWashington University in St. LouisSteroid responsiveness in tissue culture fibroblasts
Albert W.Biglan1989ServiceChildren's Hospital of the University of PittsburghService project award
AlbertBiglan1976TravelUniversity of PittsburghNA
VictorBildin1995PDColumbia UniversityLens dna damage and retinal repair
AndersBill1964GIAUppsala University (Sweden)A study on the mode of action of cyclodialysis
EileenBirch1981PDMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyDevelopment and maintenance of normal binocular vision
EileenBirch1980PDMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyDevelopment and maintenance of normal binocular vision
Alan CharlesBird1968PDUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteNeuro-ophthalmologic research
RobertBirge1977GIAUniversity of California RiversideLaser selected emission spectroscopy of retina
LoriBirndorf1988SFMichigan State UniversityThe Use of Smaller Check Size in Pattern Visual Evoked Potential to Improve the Detection of Optic Nerve Lesions
Harding E.Bishop1957PDUniversity of ChicagoAre innately determined connections between retina and brain responsible for vision?
Harding E.Bishop1956PDUniversity of ChicagoRetinal ultrastructure and possible functioal changes in retinal ultrastructure
EstherBiswas-Fiss2003GIAThomas Jefferson UniversityProtein-Protein interactions important in ABCR function and their implications in Inherited Macular degeneration.
EstherBiswas-Fiss2001GIAThomas Jefferson UniversityMolecular Analysis of Inherited Macular Degenerations
Laszlo Z.Bito1967GIAColumbia UniversityStudies on the Cultured Mammalian Lens: Extracellular Space, Active Transport and Permeability in Normal and Cataractous Lenses
Laszlo Z.Bito1966GIAColumbia UniversityStudies on the Cultured Mammalian Lens: Extracellular Space, Active Transport and Permeability in Normal and Cataractous Lenses
Laszlo Z.Bito1965GIAColumbia UniversityThe Extracellular Space of the Cultured Mammalian Lens
Laszlo Z.Bito1960SFColumbia UniversityThymide incorporation in ocular tissues following injury
MichaelaBitzer2005PDUniversity of California Los AngelesDoes a vesicular transmitter release occur in mammalian horizontal cells?
AndreBiuckians1998SFHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteCellular basis of ACAID
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ReginaFrayser1975GIAMedical University of South CarolinaBranched Chain Amino Acid Metabolism by the Isolated Retina
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RonaldGolinger1964SFNew York University Medical CenterExperimental diabetic retinopathy
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Barbara B.Green1955SFUniversity of California San FranciscoCytology of the aqueous in experimental uveitis
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Juan E.Grunwald1980GIAUniversity of Pennsylvania / Scheie Eye InstituteLaser doppler measurement of blood flow in the optic nerve
OttoGrusser1968GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteEffect of Visual Deprivation on the Retina
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CharlesHaig1950GIANew York Medical CollegeStudy of the ability of the retina to adapt to the dark
Barrett G.Haik1978TravelColumbia UniversityNA
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Randy H.Kardon1990GIAUniversity of IowaAutomated pupil perimetry in visual field loss
Randy H.Kardon1988PDUniversity of IowaObjective pupil perimetry
Randy H.Kardon1987PDUniversity of IowaObjective pupil perimetry
JosephKarp1973PDWashington University in St. LouisPathophysiology of internuclear ophthalmoplegia
JulieKarrer2000SFKansas State UniversityThe role of protein kinase C in the gap junction intercellular communication in the lens
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Robert C.Kasabian1969SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryRetinal alcohol dehyogenase
Dan S.Kasprick2010SFUniversity of MichiganDevelopment and Regeneration of Extraocular Muscles in Zebrafish
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ChikakoKatakami1984PDUniversity of CincinnatiStudy on the mechanism of Vitreous Fibrosis
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JeffreyKatz1976PDUniversity of FloridaCell Mediated Immunity to Herpes Simplex Disease in Rabbits
JosephKatz1958SFSUNY-BrooklynUse of acrylics of the non-polymerizing type in restoration of the enucleated and eviscerated socket
PaulKaufman1979GIAUniversity of WisconsinCiliary body circulation in Monkeys.
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KikuoKawashima1963PDSUNY-BrooklynEvaluation of ocular pulse wave in glaucoma
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EdwardKean1967GIAWestern Reserve UniversityGlycolipids of Mammalian Eye, Biosynthesis, Identification and Distribution
EdwardKean1966GIACase Western Reserve UniversityGlycolipids of the mammalian eye – identification, distribution and biosynthesis
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Carl LouisKeen1987GIAUniversity of California DavisAbnormal copper metabolism and macular degeneration
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RhondaKelln2001SFUniversity of AlbertaCharacterization of a unique gene that displays opsin-like expression on a rat degenerative profile Northern.
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M. CristinaKenney1979GIAUniversity of California DavisEffect of Aqueous humor on collagen synthesis by rabbit corneal endothelial cells in vitro
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Kenneth R.Kenyon1979TravelJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteNA
Kenneth R.Kenyon1977TravelJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteNA
Kenneth R.Kenyon1976TravelJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteNA
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Harold LloydKern1968GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineTransport and Metabolism of Amino Acids Concerned with Biosynthesis of Lenticular Glutathione
Harold LloydKern1967GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineInterrelations of Transport Systems of the Lens
Harold LloydKern1966GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineInterrelations of Transport Systems of the Lens
Harold LloydKern1965GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineTransport processes of ocular lens in vitro
Harold LloydKern1964GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineTransport processes of ocular lens in vitro
Harold LloydKern1963GIAAlbert Einstein College of MedicineTransport processes of ocular lens in vitro
KarenKernacki1997PDWayne State UniversityRole of timps in pseudomonas aeruginosa corneal infections
TimKeutzer1988SFUniversity of KentuckyCharacterization of Primary and Transfected Rat Retinal Pigment Epithelium Derived from the RCS Strain
ReshmaKewalramani1995SFBoston University Medical CenterSignal transduction via protein tyrosine phosphorylation: mechanism of altered integrin expression in corneal wound healing?
MohammedKhan1996SFUniversity of Texas-HoustonLinkage analysis of the Chromosomal region involved in Reis-Bucler Corneal Dystrophy
ShahrokhKhani1997GIASUNY-BuffaloCharacteirization of human rhodopsin kinase and its variants in patients with inherited retinopathies
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MahinKhatami1985GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaAscorbate Metabolism in Cultured Retinal Capillary Pericyte and Pigment Epithelial Cells
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YoshizoKikkawa1966GIAOsaka University Medical SchoolStrain and Corneal Potential
YoshizoKikkawa1965GIAOsaka University Medical SchoolStrain and Corneal Potential
YoshizoKikkawa1964GIAOsaka University Medical SchoolNatural of the corneal potential
YoshizoKikkawa1963GIAOsaka University Medical SchoolNature of the corneal potential
YoshizoKikkawa1962PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteElectrical potential in the corneal epithelium
YoshizoKikkawa1961PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteResolving power of the eye as influenced by the fibrous components of the cornea and the crystalline lens (or effects of ouabain, strophanthin, etc., on the dehydration mechanism of the cornea)
SandyKim1995SFHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryRole of Vegf as an angiogenic factor
TerryKim1991SFDuke University Medical CenterInvestiagtion of the effects of vasocularization on corneal neovascularization using an in vivo model.
Samuel J.Kimura1963GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoEffect of corticosteroid hormones on herpes simplex kertits
Samuel J.Kimura1962GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoEffect of corticosteroid hormones on herpes simplex kertits
Samuel J.Kimura1961GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoEffect of corticosteroid hormones on herpes simplex kertits
Samuel J.Kimura1960GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoEffect of corticosteroid hormones on herpes simplex kertits
Samuel J.Kimura1955GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoStudy of Keratitis Sicca and Sjogren's syndrome
Samuel J.Kimura1954GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoStudy of Kerstitis Sicca and Sjogren's syndrome
Samuel J.Kimura1951GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoRelationship of uveitis to bacterial allergy
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RobertKing, III1986SFDuke University Medical CenterArachidonic Acid Metabolism and its inhibition in Rabbit Eye
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Maria W.Kirber1966GIAWomen's Medical College of PennsylvaniaInvestigation into the Mechanisms and Antigens Involved in the Production of Experiemtnal Auto-Immune Uveitis
Maria W.Kirber1962GIAWomen's Medical College of PennsylvaniaFluorescent antibody study of experimental viral iritis
Maria W.Kirber1958GIAWomen's Medical College of PennsylvaniaExperimental viral uveitis
H.P.Kirber1951GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaStudy of the growth of viruses which affect the eye
RodgerKirkegaard1962GIAUniversity of IowaEvoked retinal and CNS responses in the cat during vitamin-A deficiency and normal state
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RodgerKirkegaard1960GIAUniversity of Iowaevoked retinal and cns responses in the cat during vitamin A deficiency
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Ralph E.Kirsch1964GIAUniversity of Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteStudy on the mechanism of action of alphachymotrypsin in production of postoperative glaucoma
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MotohiroKiyosawa1987PDWills Eye Institute HospitalPositron emission tomography and vision
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RonaldKlein1978GIAUniversity of WisconsinBlood-Ocular Barriers Under Stress in Experimental Diabetes
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ThomasKleisli2000SFUniversity of California IrvineFluorogenesis of human lenses: Protein cross-linking and aging
DonaldKline1984GIAUniversity of Notre DameVisual Aging: Models and Methods
RobertKlose2001SFUniversity of TorontoThe retinoblastoma protein and chromatin remodeling.
RobertKlose2000SFUniversity of TorontoThe retinoblastoma protein and chromatin remodeling.
RobertKlose1999SFUniversity of TorontoMolecular characterization of a new coppock-like cataract locus
RudolphKloti1966GIARetina Foundation, BostonExperimental embolism of retinal vessels
PhilipKnapp1976ServiceColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
PhilipKnapp1975ServiceColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
PhilipKnapp1973ServiceColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
PhilipKnapp1971ServiceColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
PhilipKnapp1970ServiceColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
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Terrence L.Knisely1986CitationUniversity of Texas Health Science Center
ShojiKobayashi1971GIARetina Foundation, BostonVirus-induced embryonic gliomas of the retina
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Steven B.Koenig1981PDLouisiana State UniversityThe interaction of lymphocytes and antibody in HSV-1 keratitis
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SusmithaKolli1992SFUniversity of ChicagoReceptors for transferrin in trabecular cells
HarryKolodner1978PDLouisiana State UniversityPrevention of Endothelial Cell Damage with PVP (Polyvinyl-prrolidone) Coated Intraocular Lenses
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HiroakiKondo1985PDYale UniversityRod Photoreceptor Transduction
JanKoniarek1990GIAColumbia UniversityMolecular mechanisms of extraocular muscle therapies
JuanKorenbrot1973GIAUniversity of California Los AngelesMechanisms of excitation in photoreceptor cells
MichaelKorey1980GIAWashington University in St. LouisCompliance with topical pilocarpine therapy
WalterKornblueth1964GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Comparison of metabolic activities of orbital fat with those of other adipose tissues
WalterKornblueth1962GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Metabolism of orbital fat
WalterKornblueth1961GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Metabolism of orbital fat
WalterKornblueth1960GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Metabolism of Orbital Fat
WalterKornblueth1959GIAHadassah University (Jerusalem)Metabolism in orbital fat
WalterKornblueth1958TravelHadassah University (Jerusalem)NA
AbrahamKornzweig1961GIAHome for the Aged & Infirm HebrewsThe eye in old age-a clinical and pathologic study of macular criculation ot the retina
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WalterKoroshetz1974SFColumbia UniversityAutomatic Measurement of Transendothelial Rates of Water Flow
MichaelKoss1975GIAUniversity of OklahomaAnalysis of Clondine Induced Myiasis
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TimothyKraft1984SFUniversity of MinnesotaIntracellular Recording and HRP Injection of Cones in the Walleye Pike
RichardKramer2003GIAUniversity of California BerkeleyLight-activated ion channels for remote activation of retinal neurons.
TheresaKramer1996GIAUniversity of ArizonaOcular melanoma in a transgenic mouse model
Arlington C.Krause1953GIAUniversity of ChicagoToxoplasma in Domestic Animals
ElsieKrejcie1999SFWashington University in St. LouisMolecular mechenisms of ischemic preconditioning in the retina
GregKricorian1994SFStanford UniversityChanges in Subretinal albumin concentration and osmolarity in self-forming experimental retinal detachments
D. T.Krieger1970GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineEffect of the absence of light on circadian periodicity of plasma-17 OHCS in the rat
D. T.Krieger1969GIAMount Sinai School of MedicineEffect of absence of light on circadian periodicity of plasma-17-OHCS in the rat
NormanKrinsky1955PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteEsterification of Vitamin A by tissue of the eye
NarendraKrishna1960GIAWills Eye Institute HospitalElectrophysiology of lacrimal gland
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NarendraKrishna1957PDUniversity of Pennsylvaniaa. Influence of drugs on ocular function b. Attempts to produce diabetic retinopathy in experimental animals
Gregory B.Krohel1977TravelAlbany Medical CollegeNA
Rita B.Kropf1982PDHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteStudies of the Dopamine Receptor of Carp Retinal H. Cells
TheodoreKrupin1975GIAUniversity of OklahomaHyperthermia and aqueous humor dynamics
TheodoreKrupin1967SFWashington University in St. LouisOcular pressure effects of orally administered isosorbide
TheodoreKrupin1966SFWashington University in St. LouisOcular pressure effects of orally administered isosorbide
ValeryKrupnik1992PDMassachusetts General HospitalTrophic factors for mammalian retinal ganglion cells
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RomeshKumar1992PDUniversity of WashingtonUse of polymerase chain reaction and gene probes in the diagnosis of Acanthaameoba Keratitis.
JoshuaKunken2002SFSUNY College of OptometryPhysiological Substrate for the Westeiner Paradigm
NancyKuo1998SFNorthwestern UniversityProperties of ON-and OFF- center alpha somatic and dendritic mosaics of cat retina
CarlKupfer1963GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryQuantitative relationships between retina and lateral geniculate nucleus
CarlKupfer1962GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryRepresentation of the human retina on the lateral geniculate body
CarlKupfer1961GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryRepresentation of the human retina on the lateral geniculate body
PhaniKurada1994SFUniversity of Notre DameRetinal degeneration due to dominant rhodopsin mutants in Drosophila
PearlKurian2004SFUniversity of Texas-San AntonioEvaluation of the retinal function in experimental mouse Glaucoma.
ShinjiKurimoto1964PDUniversity of ChicagoThe histochemistry of the retina
ShinjiKurimoto1963PDUniversity of ChicagoThe histochemistry of the retina
ShinjiKurimoto1961PDUniversity of ChicagoThe histochemistry of the retina
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MarvinKwitko1965GIAJewish General Hospital, Montreala) effect of magnesium on cholesterol induced iris deposits in rabbits b) effect of cholesterol on the eye of rabbits fed a low magnesium diet c) effect of magnesium on the regression of cholesterol induced iris deposits
KennethKwong1992GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryObject detection in the human occipital lobe revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging
JohnKyriakis1985SFBoston University Medical CenterRetinal Development: The Role of Insulin
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IsabelleLahaie1997SFSaint Justine's Hospital, QuebecMode of action of isoprostanes on retinal vessels: Novel intermediate mediators of oxidation
Chen-chingLai1988PDUniversity of California San DiegoOncogenic Suppression Activity of Human Retinoblastoma Gene
JenniferLamb2001SFUniversity of TorontoCYP1B1 a Potential Modifier Gene for Early-Onset Glaucoma
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FredLambrou1987GIAMedical College of WisconsinIntraocular fibrinolysis using human tissue plasminogen activator
MauricoLande1970GIAYale UniversitySearch for ions transported by corneal endothelium
DennisLandis1973GIABaylor College of MedicineThe influence of polyunsaturated fatty acids on the development of the retina
MauriceLangham1974GIAJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteOnchocerciasis (river blindness)
ErnestLangham1964SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaA study of tonometric values in infantile glaucoma
MauriceLangham1962GIAJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteThe dependence of corneal deturgence and transparency on metabolic enterrelationship between the stroma and epithetial cells
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RogerLangston1964SFCornell University Medical CenterThe effect of low temperature on the ciliary body
PascaleLapeyre1995GIAUniversity of California San FranciscoCharacterization of the direct inhibitory inputs to retinal ganglion cells
DorisLarson1981PDYale UniversityMembrane biosynthesis in vertegrate retina
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JonathanLass1972SFBoston University Medical CenterExperimental Bacterial Endophthalmitis
BethLassman2006SFSUNY-BuffaloEmbryonic Origins of Retinoblastoma.
AlanLaties1970GIAUniversity of PennsylvaniaProcion yellow and the retina
MarkLatina1987GIAHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmarySelective photothermolysis of the ciliary body vasculature using pulsed transscleral irradiation to treat advanced glaucoma
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TorvardLaurent1962GIAUppsala University (Sweden)Studies on the excluded volume effect of the acid polysaccharides in the eye
Ulla B.Laurent1960PDRetina Foundation, BostonStudies on the proteins of the vitrous body
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MatthewLaVail1976CitationHarvard University / Schepens Eye Research InstituteNA
NancyLaw1988SFUniversity of CincinnatiThe Light-Evoked Response of Bufo marinus
KathyLawler1981PDMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyAn anatomical investigation of the visual pathways to the frontal eye fields and the inferior parietal lobe
TheodoreLawwill1981Dept. AwardUniversity of KansasNA
TheodoreLawwill1968GIAUniversity of LouisvilleStudy of visual evoked potential during binocular rivalry in normal and amblyopic subjects
KeithLaycock1993GIAWashington University in St. LouisEvaluation of anti-herpes simplex vaccines in an in vivo model
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SujinLee2002PDUniversity of TennesseeCorneal Angiogenesis in Herpes Keratitis
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AndrewLee1993PDUniversity of Southern California / Doheny Eye InstituteTubulin transport In optic nerve axons
AndrewLee1992SFUniversity of Southern California / Doheny Eye InstituteIon transport and its biochemical regulation in cultured RPE of the rcs rat
DavidLee1987SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaLocalization and characterization of a wheat germ agglutinin binding protein in vertebrate retinae
Moon SooLee1985PDBoston University Medical CenterGene locations of retinoblastoma
Moon SooLee1984PDHarvard Medical School / Massachusetts Eye and Ear InfirmaryGene Locations of Retinoblastoma
Keat-JinLee1962SFColumbia UniversityHistochemical localization of cholinesterase in the rabbit corneal endothelium
Harold F.Leeper1976SFUniversity of California Los AngelesUltrastructure of the contacts between receptor cells and horizontal cells in the turtle retina
Harold F.Leeper1975SFUniversity of California Los AngelesUltrastructure of the contacts between receptor cells and horizontal cells in the turtle retina
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NormanLehman1991SFUniversity of California San FranciscoNa+, K+, Cl cotransport in post-natal human non-pigmented ciliary epithelial cells.
IlkkaLehtinen1972PDUniversity of California Los AngelesMotor Thalamic Eye Field and Spontaneous Rhythmicity in Visual System
BogdanLei2002GIAUniversity of MissouriGene therapy follow-up in RPE65 mutation dog: an electrophysiology and biochemistry study
HowardLeibowitz1962SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteStudies in ocular hypersensitivity
HowardLeibowitz1961SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteStudies in ocular hypersensitivity
HowardLeibowitz1960SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye Institutestudies on Ocular hypersensitivity
HowardLeibowitz1959SFJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteInvestigations in ocular hypersensitivity
JackLeifer1984SFMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyPhase Diagrams of Lens Proteins in Relation to Cold Cataract Formation
P.J.Leinfelder1956GIAUniversity of IowaThe effect of change in pH in the aqueous on metabolism of the lens and cornea
P.J.Leinfelder1955GIAUniversity of IowaThe effect of change in pH in the aqueous on metabolism of the lens
P.J.Leinfelder1954GIAUniversity of IowaThe effect of change in pH in the aqueous on metabolism of the lens and cornea
Arthur BruceLeith1960PDInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)Measurement of episcleral & aqueous vein pressures in open angle glaucoma
Arthur BruceLeith1959PDInstitute of Ophthalmology (London)Measurement of episcleral & aqueous vein pressures in open angle glaucoma
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Pierre MarieLenicque1961PDMcGill UniversityLocalization of lens antigens by means of fluorescence microscopy during normal and abnormal eye development
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L. BernardLerch1977SFUniversity of California Santa CruzProton gradients in the meta I meta II transition
L. BernardLerch1976SFUniversity of California Santa CruzProton gradients in the meta I meta II transition
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ChristinaLeung2001SFUniversity of TorontoMolecular Characterization of Peters' Anomaly
TheresaLeuven1959PDDuke University Medical CenterComparative studie, by tissue culture and grafting of viability of animal and human corneas, forzen at various temperatures
AlbertLeveille1981TravelUniversity of ChicagoNA
LeahLevi1986PDJohns Hopkins University / Wilmer Eye InstituteOcular Motor Performance in Strabismic and Deprivation Amblyopia
MarkLevin1995SFBoston University Medical CenterPrincipal component analysis of optical images in mammalian visual cortex
LeonardLevin1993GIAUniversity of WisconsinAmerlioration of retinal ganglion cell death with 21-Aminosteroids
RalphLevine1955PDNew York University Medical CenterThe use of radioactive isotopes in ophthalmology
JohnLevinson1967GIACambridge University, EnglandThe dynamics of spatial interaction in human vision
Dean B.Levitan1975SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaIsolation of the herpes simplex virus fusion factor
Dean B.Levitan1974SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaInvestigation of syncytia formation induced by cytoplasmic extracts obtained from herpes simplex virus-infected cells
Dean B.Levitan1973SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaStudies of herpes simplex virus envelope biogenesis using electron autoradiography
Dean B.Levitan1972SFUniversity of PennsylvaniaEffect of Inhibitors of Lipid Synthesis on Herpes and Rubella Viruses
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ShawnLewis2006SFUniversity of CincinnatiBeneficial Effects of MGO in Diabetes to prevent Retinopathy.
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