Assistant Professor, QEII Foundation Scholar in Retina Research
Dr. Smith’s primary research goal is to provide new insight into retinal diseases using ophthalmic imaging. Specifically, he uses innovative acquisition and processing methods to obtain and extract new information from imaging data. This field of research is important to ensure imaging devices are used to the best of their potential for improved patient care when diagnosing, treating, and monitoring retinal diseases. Priorities of his research program are to create a diverse research group with multi-disciplinary collaborations and conduct research that is a balance of experimental methods and clinical relevance.
- Hanna V, Sharpe GP, West ME, Hutchison DM, Shuba LM, Rafuse PE, Nicolela MT, Smith CA, Chauhan BC. Peripapillary retinal segmentation in optical coherence tomography angiography. Ophthalmology 2020;127(12):1770-1772.
- Smith CA, West ME, Sharpe GP, Hutchison DM, Shuba LM, Rafuse PE, Nicolela MT, Chauhan BC. Asymmetry analysis of macular optical coherence tomography angiography in patients with glaucoma and healthy subjects. Br J Ophthalmol 2020;104(12):1724-1729.
- Smith CA, Chauhan BC. In vivo imaging of adeno-associated viral vector labelled retinal ganglion cells. Sci Rep2018;8:1490.
- Smith CA, Chauhan BC. Imaging retinal ganglion cells: Enabling experimental technology for clinical application. Prog Retin Eye Res 2015;44:1-14.