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Xiaoying Zhu, OD, PhD

Assistant Clinical Professor

Overview

Dr. Xiaoying Zhu is an optometrist and ophthalmologist with experience treating ocular disease. She has been an assistant clinical professor at SUNY Optometry since 2015. Previously Dr. Zhu served as an adjust assistant professor at the City University of New York and a research associate at the City University of New York’s Research Foundation. She was also an attending ophthalmologist at First Hospital at China Medical University.

Specialities

Pediatric Eye Care - Myopia Control

Ocular Disease

Clinical Research

Affiliations

Member of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

Education

PhD, University of Newcastle (Australia), 2016
OD, New England College of Optometry, 2015
MS, China Medical University, 1998
MD, China Medical University, 1993

Residency

Dept. of Ophthalmology, First Hospital, China Medical University, 1993 – 1998

Research

Moderator/Organizer

  1. Session 352: Myopia I: Basics (2012), the Annual Meeting of The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  2. Symposium 9: RPE—Choroidal— Scleral Signaling (2010), the 13th International Myopia Conference, Tubingen, Germany.
  3. Session 391: Ocular Growth Regulation: Biochemistry and Genetics (2009), the Annual Meeting of The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  4. Session 460: Molecular/Genetic Mechanisms (2007), the Annual Meeting of The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Guest Lecturer

  1. Temporal integration of visual signals in lens compensation. New England College of Optometry, April 7, 2014
  2. Temporal integration of visual signals in lens compensation in chicks. New England College of Optometry, April 23, 2013
  3. Defocus and eye growth in chicks: Temporal properties and potential signaling molecules. City College of City University of New York, September, 2008

Peer Reviewed Papers

  1. Rucker, F., Zhu, X., McFadden, S., Troilo, D. Bitzer, M. and Schaeffel, F. (2014) Yoked and anti-yoked eye growth: Characteristics, causes and concerns. Submitted to Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci.
  2. Zhu, X. (2013) Temporal integration of visual signals in lens compensation (a review). Exp Eye Res. Sep;114:69-76.
  3. Sheng, C., Zhu, X., and Wallman, J. (2013) In vitro effects of insulin and RPE on choroidal and scleral components in eye growth. Exp Eye Res, Nov;116:439-48.
  4. Nickla, D. L., Zhu, X., and Wallman, J. (2013) Effects of muscarinic agents on chick choroids in intact eyes and eyecups: evidence for a muscarinic mechanism in choroidal thinning. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 33(3):245-56.
  5. Zhu, X., McBrien, N. A., Smith, E. L. 3rd, Troilo, D., and Wallman, J. (2013) Eyes in various species can shorten to compensate for myopic defocus. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 12;54(4):2634-44.
  6. Zhu, X. and Wallman, J. (2009) Temporal properties of compensation for positive and negative spectacle lenses in chicks. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 50(1):37-46.
  7. Zhu, X. and Wallman, J. (2009) Opposite effects of glucagon and insulin on compensation for spectacle lenses in chicks. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 50(1):24-36 Xiaoying Zhu, M.D., M.S., OD, Feb, 2016, Page 4 of 5 .

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