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Mitchell Dul, OD, MS

Director, Glaucoma Institute and Professor

Overview

Dr. Mitchell Dul joined the University Eye Center in 1999. He began his career at the Optometric Center of Fullerton as a clinical instructor at the Southern California College of Optometry. He completed his residency training at the FDR VA Hospital in Montrose NY, and professional doctoral training at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He is currently a professor at SUNY College of Optometry. His research interests focus primarily on glaucoma.

Specialities

Glaucoma

Clinical Research

Affiliations

American Board of Optometry

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry

Imaging and Perimetric Society

North American Perimetric Society

Optometric Glaucoma Society

World Glaucoma Association

 

Education

MS, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 1986

OD, Pennsylvania College of Optometry, 1985

BA, Adelphi University, 1980

Residency

FDR VA Hospital, Residency in Hospital Based Optometry, 1986

Research

Swanson, W. H., Dul, M. W., Horner, D. G., & Malinovsky, V. E. (2016). Physiological individual differences in the shape of the nasal visual field. Vision research.

Zhao L, Sendek C, Davoodnia V, Lashgari R, Dul MW, Zaidi Q, Alonso JM,

Effect of age and glaucoma on the detection of darks and lights, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 2015,56:7000-7006

Racette L, Helm JE, Dul M, Marin-Franch, I, The joint structure-function dynamics of glaucoma progression, Expert Review Ophthalmology, Vol 10, Issue 5 2015; 407-409

Dul MW, Ennis R, Radner S, Lee B, Zaidi Q, Retinal Adaptation Abnormalities in Primary Open Angle Glaucoma, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 2015;56:1329-1334.

Swanson HW, Malinovsky V, Dul, MW, Malik R, Torbit JK, Sutton BM, Horner DG, Contrast Sensitivity Perimetry and Clinical Measures of Glaucomatous Damage, Optometry and Vision Science, 2014, 91(11), 1302.

Swanson, WH, Horner DG, Dul, MW, Malinovsky VE, Choice of Stimulus Range and Size Can Reduce Test-Retest Variability in Glaucomatous Visual Field Defects. Translational Vision Science & Technology, 2014, 3(5).

Swanson HW, Dul MW, Horner DG, Liu T, Tran I, Assessing Spatial and Temporal Properties of Perimetric Stimuli for Resistance to Clinical Variations in Retinal Illumination, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2014 Jan 20;55(1):353-9

Dul MW, Optimizing Contrast Sensitivity Perimetry for Clinical Use, J Ophthalmic Vis Res 2013;8:74-76.

Shafi A, Swanson WH, Dul, MW, Structure and Function in Patients with Glaucomatous Defects Near Fixation, Optometry and Vision Science, Jan; 88(1), 2011, 130-9.

Gershon, RRM, Canton AN, Magda LA, DiMaggio C, Gonzalez D, Dul MW, Web-based training on weapons of mass destruction response for emergency medical services personnel, American Journal of Disaster Medicine, Vol. 4, No. 3, May/June 2009, pgs. 153-161.

Madonna R, Dul MW, Assessing Structure and Function in Early Glaucoma, Optometric Management, May, 2008, 38-39.

Nehmad L, Dul, MW, Bodack MI, Modica PA., Overseeing Student Clinical Education: The Role of the Educational Facilitator, Optometric Education, 33:2, 2008, pgs. 58-63.

Sun H, Swanson WH, Arvidson B, Dul MW, Assessment of Contrast Gain Signature in Inferred Magnocellular and Parvocellular Pathways in Patients with Glaucoma, Vision Research, 48(26): 2008, 2633-41.

Hot, A, Dul MW, Swanson WH. Development and Evaluation of a Contrast Sensitivity Perimetry Test for Patients with Glaucoma, Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci,, 49:2008, 3049-3057.

Dul, MW. Glaucoma, in The Encyclopedia of Elder Care, 2nd ed, Capezuit EA, Siegler EL, Mezey MD. editors, Springer Publishing, 2008, 367-371.

Dul, MW. The Glaucomas, in Clinical Ocular Pharmacology, 5th ed., Bartlett, JD.and Jaanus, SD. editors, Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007, 671-698.

Dul, MW. Imaging Technology: Incorporating Adaptive Optics into Clinical Use, Optometric Management, September, 2007, 47-50.

Dul, MW. Secondary Glaucomas, Glaucoma Handbook, Review of Optometry, supplement, Aug 2007, 24-26.

Wyatt HJ, Dul MW, Swanson WH. Variability of visual field measurements is correlated with the gradient of sensitivity, Vision Res, 47: 2007, 925–36.

Dul, MW. Ocular and Systemic Pseudoexfoliation Syndrome, Optometric Management, January 2007, 45-47.

Dul, MW. Glaucoma Imaging, Optometric Management, July 2006, 49-52.

Dul, MW. Angle Closure Glaucoma, Glaucoma Handbook, Review of Optometry, Aug 2006, 25-27.

Dul, MW. Secondary Glaucomas, Glaucoma Handbook, Review of Optometry, supplement, Aug 2006, 23-25.

Pan F, Swanson WH & Dul MW. Evaluation of a Two-Stage Neural Model of Glaucomatous Defect: An Approach to Reduce Test-Retest Variability, Optometry and Vision Science, Vol. 83, No. 7, July 2006, 499-611.

Sun H, Dul MW & Swanson WH. Linearity can account for the similarity between conventional, frequency-doubling, and Gabor-based perimetric tests in the glaucomatous macula, Optometry and Vision Science, Vol 83, No. 7, July 2006, 455-465.

Swanson WH, Dul MW, Fischer SE. Quantifying effects of retinal illuminance on frequency doubling perimetry. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2005 Jan;46(1):235-40.

Dul MW. Normal Tension Glaucoma, in Glaucoma Handbook, Butterworth-Heinehmann, A. B. Litwak ed; 2001, 257-272.

Dul MW. Vision Impairment/Change: Glaucoma in Encyclopedia of Care of the Elderly, Springer Publishing Company. M. Mezey ed; 2001, 312-315.

Dul MW. Hypertension, in Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease, Thomann, KH, Marks ES, Adamczyk, eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease, Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: pgs. 19-30, 2nd ed. 2000.

Dul MW. Arteriosclerosis, in Thomann, KH, Marks ES, Adamczyk, DT, , eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease. Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: pgs. 31-39, 2nd ed. 2000.

Dul MW, Haskes C. Cardiogenic Emboli, in Thomann, KH, Marks ES, Adamczyk, DT, eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease. Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: pgs. 40-48, 2nd ed. 2000.

Thomann K, Dul MW. Gait Disorders, Optometry Clinics, 4(4), 1996, 181-192.

Dul MW, Yip.R A Narrow Angle with a Twist. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, (8) 1996, 55-56.

Dul MW, Forman S. Oculomasticatory Myorhythmia. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, (7) 1995, 107-110.

Harrison C, Dul MW. The Role of Optometrists in the Management of Central Retinal and Branch Retinal Vein Occlusions. Practical Optometry, (7)2, 1996, 56-60.

Dul MW. Co-Management of Patients with Hypertension, Optometry Clinics 4(4), 1994, 19-26.

Thomann K, Dul MW. Bone Scans in Ocular and Systemic Disease. Optometry and Vision Science, 71 (8), 1994, 502-507.

Dul MW. Hypertension, in Marks ES, Adamczyk, DT, Thomann, KH, eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease, Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: 1994: pgs. 19-30.

Dul MW. Arteriosclerosis, in Marks ES, Adamczyk, DT, Thomann, KH, eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease. Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: 1994: pgs. 31-39.

Dul MW, Haskes C. Cardiogenic Emboli, in Marks ES, Adamczyk, DT, Thomann KH, eds. Primary Eye Care in Systemic Disease. Norwalk, CT: Appleton and Lange: 1994: pgs. 40-48.

Dul MW. Intraocular Cilia Following Projectile Trauma. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, 6(1), 1994, 31-32.

Dul MW. Optic Nerve Trauma, Optometry Clinics, 3(2), 1993, 91-101.

Dul MW, Thomann K, Facial Nerve Dysfunction: A Clinical Review. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, 1(1), 1993, 3-13.

Thomann K, Dul MW. The Optometric Assessment of Neurologic Function. J. American Optometric Association, 64(6), 1993.

Dul MW. Retinoschesis. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, 3(2), 1991, 95-99.

Thomann K, Dul MW. Isolated Abducens Nerve Palsy. Clinical Eye and Vision Care, 2(4), 1990, 118-123.

Dul MW, Ciuffreda KJ, Fisher K. Accommodative Accuracy to Harmonically Related Complex Grating Patterns and Their Components. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. Vol 8, 1988, 146-152.

Ciuffreda KJ, Dul MW, K. Fisher. Higher-Order Spatial Frequency Contributions to Accommodative Error in Normal and Amblyopic Observers, Clinical Vision Science, 1(3), 1987, 219-229.

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