Sharing our discoveries

Our internationally recognized experts have been using innovative techniques to conduct leading experimental glaucoma research projects. Some of our most notable projects include:

Smith CA and Chauhan BC. Imaging retinal ganglion cells. Enabling experimental technology for clinical application. Prog. Ret. Eye Res. 44:1-14, 2015.

Chauhan BC, Stevens KT, Levesque JM, Nuschke AC, Sharpe GP, O’Leary N, Archibald ML and Wang X. Longitudinal in vivo imaging of retinal ganglion cells and retinal thickness changes following optic nerve injury in mice. PLoS ONE 7:e40352, 2012.

Daniels BA, Wood L, Tremblay F, Baldridge WH. Functional evidence for D-serine inhibition of non-N-methyl-D-aspartate ionotropic glutamate receptors in retinal neurons. Eur J Neurosci. 35(1):56-65. 2012.

Wang X, LeVatte TL, Archibald ML and Chauhan BC.  Increase in endothelin B receptor expression in optic nerve astrocytes in endothelin-1 induced chronic experimental optic neuropathy.  Exp. Eye Res. 88:378-385, 2009.

Chauhan BC, Yu PK, Cringle SJ and Yu D-Y.  Confocal scanning laser doppler flowmetry in the rat retina: origin of flow signals and dependence on scan depth.  Arch. Ophthal. 124:397-402, 2006.

Hartwick AT, Zhang X, Chauhan BC, Baldridge WH. Functional assessment of glutamate clearance mechanisms in a chronic rat glaucoma model using retinal ganglion cell calcium imaging. J Neurochem. 94(3):794-807. 2005.

Chauhan BC, LeVatte TL, Jollimore CA, Yu PK, Reitsamer HA, Kelly MEM, Yu D-Y, Tremblay F and Archibald ML.  Model of endothelin-1-induced chronic optic neuropathy in rat.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 45:144-152, 2004.