Faculty Research Publications November 2021

Since November 1, 2021 our faculty have published 22 papers. Eligible publications included those that were e-published in November:

Faculty Publications:

  1. Jesse Berry, MD, co-authored the paper, “Defining High-Risk Retinoblastoma: A Multicenter Global Survey” in JAMA Ophthalmology.
  2. Melinda Chang, MD, and Mark Borchert, MD, co-authored the paper, “Validity and reliability of eye tracking for visual acuity assessment in children with cortical visual impairment” in the Journal of AAPOS.
  3. Melinda Chang, MD, and Mark Borchert, MD, co-authored the paper, “Increase in Pediatric Pseudotumor Cerebri Syndrome Emergency Department Visits, Inpatient Admissions, and Surgeries During the COVID-19 Pandemic” in the Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology.
  4. Melinda Chang, MD, and Mark Borchert, MD, co-authored the paper, “Paroxysmal tonic upgaze (PTU) associated with CACNA1A mutation and gross motor delay” in the Journal of AAPOS.
  5. David Cobrinik, MD, PhD, and Aaron Nagiel, MD, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Characterization and staging of outer plexiform layer development in human retina and retinal organoids” in Development.
  6. Cheryl Craft, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Clusterin enhances cell survival by suppressing neuronal nitric-oxide synthase expression in the rhodopsin S334ter-line3 retinitis pigmentosa model” in Brain Research.
  7. Kimberly Gokoffski, MD, PhD, and Benjamin Xu, MD, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Surgical Outcomes of Transposition Surgery for the Correction of Large-Angle Strabismus” in the Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology.
  8. Xuejuan Jiang, PhD, and Benjamin Xu, MD, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Ocular Biometric Determinants of Dark-to-Light Change in Angle Width: The Chinese American Eye Study” in the American Journal of Ophthalmology.
  9. Andrew Moshfeghi, MD, MBA, co-authored the paper, “Failed Laser Retinopexy in a Patient Undergoing Pazopanib Therapy” in Retinal Cases & Brief Reports.
  10. Aaron Nagiel, MD, PhD, co-authored the paper, “IRD panels-caveat emptor-truly know your IRD panel” in Retina.
  11. Mahnaz Shahidi, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Assessment of retinal oxygen metabolism, visual function, thickness and degeneration markers after variable ischemia/reperfusion in rats” in Experimental Eye Research.
  12. Biju Thomas, PhD; Juan Carlos Martinez-Camarillo, MD; and Mark Humayun, MD, co-authored the paper, “Co-grafts of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Derived Retina Organoids and Retinal Pigment Epithelium for Retinal Reconstruction in Immunodeficient Retinal Degenerate Royal College of Surgeons Rats” in Frontiers in Neuroscience.
  13. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Comparing empirical kinship derived heritability for imaging genetics traits in the UK biobank and human connectome project” in Neuroimage.
  14. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Cortical and subcortical neuroanatomical signatures of schizotypy in 3004 individuals assessed in a worldwide ENIGMA study” in Molecular Psychiatry.
  15. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Smaller spared subcortical nuclei are associated with worse post-stroke sensorimotor outcomes in 28 cohorts worldwide” in Brain Communications.
  16. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Associations of alcohol use, HIV infection, and age with brain white matter microstructure” in the Journal of NeuroVirology.
  17. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Autism-related dietary preferences mediate autism-gut microbiome associations” in Cell.
  18. Paul Thompson, PhD, co-authored the paper, “White Matter Integrity and Nicotine Dependence: Evaluating Vertical and Horizontal Pleiotropy” in Frontiers in Neuroscience.
  19. Arthur Toga, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Laminar perfusion imaging with zoomed arterial spin labeling at 7 Tesla” in Neuroimage.
  20. Arthur Toga, PhD, co-authored the paper, “MRI biomarkers of small vessel disease and cognition: A cross-sectional study of a cognitively normal Mexican American cohort” in Alzheimer’s & Dementia (Amsterdam, Netherlands).

Affiliate Faculty Publications:

  1. Roberta McKean-Cowdin, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Ocular Biometric Determinants of Dark-to-Light Change in Angle Width: The Chinese American Eye Study” in the American Journal of Ophthalmology.
  2. Huizhong Tao, PhD, co-authored the paper, “Balanced Enhancements of Synaptic Excitation and Inhibition Underlie Developmental Maturation of Receptive Fields in the Mouse Visual Cortex” in the Journal of Neuroscience.