Book Chapters

  1. Suzuki S. and Ikada Y. Polymer for surgery. In Advanced polymers in medicine, ed. F. Puoci. Springer Science+Business Media LLC, New York, 2014, pp.219-264.
  2. Thomas R. and Parikh R. Benefit versus risk. In Glaucoma, ed. T. Shaarawy, M. Sherwood, R. Hitchings, J. Crownston. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2014, ch.51.
  3. Wentrup-Byrne E., Suzuki S. and Grondahl L. 2014. Biomedical applications of phosphorus-containing polymers In Phosphorus-based polymers, ed. S. Monge, G. David. Cambridge, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 2014, pp.167-209.

Journal Articles

  1. Besley J., Pappalardo J., Lee G.A., Hirst L.W. and Vincent S.J.: Risk factors for ocular surface squamous neoplasia recurrence after treatment with topical mitomycin c and interferon alpha-2b. Am. J. Ophthalmol., 157: 287-293 e282 (2014).
  2. Bray L.J., Heazlewood C.F., Munster D.J., Hutmacher D.W., Atkinson K. and Harkin D.G.: Immunosuppressive properties of mesenchymal stromal cell cultures derived from the limbus of human and rabbit corneas. Cytotherapy, 16: 64-73 (2014).
  3. Chirila T.V., Lee H.H., Oddon M., Nieuwenhuizen M.M.L., Blakey I. and Nicholson T.M.: Hydrogen-bonded supramolecular polymers as self-healing hydrogels: effect of a bulky adamantyl substitutent in the ureido-pyrimidinone monomer. J. Appl. Polym. Chem., 131: #39932 (2014).
  4. Christian P.G., Harkin D.G. and Schmid K.L.: Gabaergic agents modify the response of chick scleral fibroblasts to myopic and hyperopic eye cup tissue. Curr. Eye Res., 39: 172-187 (2014).
  5. Cronin B.G.: Ipl treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction. Pharma, December 2014: 9 (2014).
  6. Gillies B.G., Bray L.J., Richardson N.A., Chirila T.V. and Harkin D.G.: Isolation of microvascular endothelial cells from cadaveric corneal limbus. Exp. Eye Res.,131: 20-28 (2014).
  7. Gogate P. and Thomas R.: Role of manual small incision cataract surgery in australia and developed nations. Clin. Experiment. Ophthalmol., 42: 709-710 (2014).
  8. Hirst L.W.: Pterygium Surgery. Pharma., December 2014: 14-15 (2014).
  9. Hogerheyde T.A., Suzuki S., Stephenson S.A., Richardson N.A., Chirila T.V., Harkin D.G. and Bray L.J.: Assessment of freestanding membranes prepared from antheraea pernyi silk fibroin as a potential vehicle for corneal epithelial cell transplantation. Biomed. Mater., 9: #025016 (2014). 
  10. Kawai H., Nakagawa I., Nishimura F., Motoyama Y., Park Y.S., Nakamura M., Nakase H., Suzuki S. and Ikada Y.: Effectiveness of a new gelatin sealant system for dural closure. Neurol. Res., 36: 866-872 (2014).
  11. Kawai H., Nakagawa I., Nishimura F., Motoyama Y., Park Y.S., Nakamura M., Nakase H., Suzuki S. and Ikada Y.: Usefulness of a new gelatin glue sealant system for dural closure in a rat durotomy model. Neurol. Med. Chir. (Tokyo), 54: 640-646 (2014).
  12. Lawlor M. and Thomas R.: Addressing glaucoma in developing countries of the asia-pacific region: An opportunity to transition from disease specific responses to integration of eye care. Asia-Pacific J. Ophthalmol., 3: 4-8 (2014).
  13. Lin Z., Mou da P., Liang Y.B., Li S.Z., Zhang R., Fan S.J., Wang N.L. and Thomas R.: Reproducibility of anterior chamber angle measurement using the tongren ultrasound biomicroscopy analysis system. J. Glaucoma, 23: 61-68 (2014).
  14. Naidu G., Correia M., Nirmalan P., Verma N. and Thomas R.: Functional and visual acuity outcomes of cataract surgery in timor-leste (east timor). Ophthalmic Epidemiol., 21: 397-405 (2014).
  15. Rayner C.L., Gole G.A., Bottle S.E. and Barnett N.L.: Dynamic, in vivo, real-time detection of retinal oxidative status in a model of elevated intraocular pressure using a novel, reversibly responsive, profluorescent nitroxide probe. Exp. Eye Res., 129: 48-56 (2014).
  16. Rong S.S., Meng H.L., Fan S.J., Wang N.L., Liang Y.B., Huang Y., Wang R., He Y., Chang X., Cui H.Y., Zhang Z.H., Li S.Z., Liu L.R. and Thomas R.: Can intraoperative intraocular pressure during primary trabeculectomy predict early postoperative pressure? J. Glaucoma, 23: 653- 657 (2014).
  17. Santander-Borrego M., Green D.W., Chirila T.V., Whittaker A.K. and Blakey I.: Click functionalization of methacrylate-based hydrogels and their cellular response. J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. 52: 1781-1789 (2014).
  18. Soong G.P. and Kwan A.: Management of a client with severe visual impairment due to untreated age-related macular degeneration: A case report. Clin. Exp. Optom., 97: 282-285 (2014).
  19. Spaeth G., Thomas R. and Ekici F.: Objective sounds better than subjective: Is it? Issues of validity, relevance and cost in diagnostic testing. Asia-Pacific J.Ophthalmol., 3: 133-135 (2014).
  20. Thakur S.S., Barnett N.L., Donaldson M.J. and Parekh H.S.: Intravitreal drug delivery in retinal disease: Are we out of our depth? Expert Opin. Drug Deliv., 11: 1575-1590 (2014). 
  21. Thomas R. and Lawlor M.: Ophthalmic support in developing countries. Clin. Experiment. Ophthalmol., 42: 397-398 (2014).
  22. Thomas R., Mengersen K., Thomas A. and Walland M.J.: Understanding the causation of primary angle closure disease using the sufficient component cause model. Clin. Experiment. Ophthalmol., 42: 522-528 (2014).
  23. Thomas R. and Walland M.J.: Management algorithms for primary angle closure disease: Response. Clin. Experiment. Ophthalmol., 42: 401-402 (2014).
  24. Tsujimoto H., Takamori H., Tsuji M., Hayashi M., Ikeda J., Orikasa T., Torii H., Ozamoto Y., Suzuki S., Morita S., Ikada Y. and Hagiwara A.: Development of gelatin flakes, a new type of anti-adhesive material: A preliminary study of in vivo rat adhesion models. Surg. Today, 44: 391-394 (2014).
  25. Walshe J. and Harkin D.G.: Serial explant culture provides novel insights into the potential location and phenotype of corneal endothelial progenitor cells. Exp. Eye Res., 127: 9-13 (2014).
  26. Zhang Y., Li S.Z., Li L., Thomas R. and Wang N.L.: The handan eye study: Comparison of screening methods for primary angle closure suspects in a rural chinese population. Ophthalmic Epidemiol., 21: 268-275 (2014). 

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