Dr. Keh conducts research in the areas of cornea, contact lenses, and myopia control through the Clinical Vision Research Center.
Dr. Keh is passionate about caring for patients with complex corneal conditions, especially those who require specialty contact lens fitting. She also has special interest in inter professional care and co-management with health professionals outside of her area of specialization to best care for patients.
- The Benefit of Washout and Stabilization when Refitting Ortho K, 2022
- Managing Patients with EBMD with Specialty Contact Lenses, 2016
- Scleral contact lens fitting for pediatric immune stromal keratitis and sphenoid wing meniogoma-induced neurotrophic keratopathy, 2014
- Two cases of non-strabismic refractive amblyopia successfully managed using bitoric gas permeable lens designs , 2014
- Cosmetic Contact Lens Fitting and Optometric Management Following Boston Type I Keratoprosthesis Implantation, 2013
- “Prosthetic contact lenses used to alleviate symptoms of light sensitivity secondary to oral Fluoroquinolone-induced iris transillumination defects”, 2013
- What’s New and What’s Coming in Optometry, 2020
- Multifocal Contact Lenses for Digital Eyestrain: A Double-Masked, Randomized, Crossover Clinical Trial, 2019
- Comparison of Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer (RNFL) Parameters Derived from Two Different Methods of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Scan Alignment., 2016
- Scleral lens fitting for pediatric immune stromal keratitis and sphenoid wing meningioma-induce neurotrophic keratopahy, 2014
- Two cases of non-strabismic refractive amblyopia successfully managed using bitoric gas permeable lens designs, 2014
- Cosmetic contact lens fitting and optometric management following Boston Keratoprosthesis implantation, 2013