I balance my life between my medical practice, my wife, and a very strong interest in reading, creative writing and the outdoors. Patient Care Philosophy Medicine is most rewarding to me when I can tell ...
Education and Training
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison 1990
New Jersey College of Dentistry 1990
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Sleep Medicine
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- 2007
- Corneal edema from hard and hydrogel contact lenses.
- Measurement of post-lens tear thickness.
- Corneal thickness changes from bathing solutions.
- Jesse Ramsden: inventor of the ophthalmometer.
- A SIMPLIFIED METHOD TO CALCULATE FRONT SURFACE RADIUS OF CONTACT LENSES.
- CORNEAL AREAS UTILIZED IN OPHTHALMOMETRY.
- Everett Kinsey Lecture. The enigma of the corneal contour.
- Myopia control with bifocal correction.
- The effect of carboxyl-terminal deletions on the nuclear transport rate of rat hsc70.
- Corneal trauma from overnight wear of rigid or soft contact lenses.
- The αGal HyperAcute(®) Technology: enhancing immunogenicity of antiviral vaccines by exploiting the natural αGal-mediated zoonotic blockade.
- Comments on measuring the contour of the cornea.
- Protein accumulation on disposable extended wear lenses.
- Initial in vivo tear protein deposition on individual hydrogel contact lenses.
- Identification of two HSP70-related Xenopus oocyte proteins that are capable of recycling across the nuclear envelope.
- Virus-like particle-based countermeasures against Rift Valley fever virus.
- Humidity effects on corneal hydration.
- The spore coat of a fucosylation mutant in Dictyostelium discoideum.
- The effect of time, patching, and lens flexibility on RGP lens adherence.
- Rigid contact lens adherence: incidence, severity and recovery.
- Rigid contact lens area and corneal oxygenation.
- Slit lamp classification system.
- Corneal swelling caused by Allium cepa.
- Linear clearance of contact lens peripheral curves.
- Bilateral monocular diplopia following near work.
- Prism power in contact lenses.
- Stability of the corneal contour.
- Position and curvature of the corneal apex.
- Contanct lens adaptation: osmotic theory.
- Corneal thickness changes as a contact lens fitting index--experimental results and a proposed model.
- A new calibration system for photokeratoscopy.
- A new calibration system for photokeratoscopy. II. Corneal contour measurements.
- Corneal thickness changes accompanying central corneal clouding.
- Hyperbaric oxygen effect on corneal edema caused by a contact lens.
- Corneal swelling caused by contact lens wear.
- Contact lenses worn during sleep and rest periods.
- Critical oxygen tension at the corneal surface.
- Contact lens adaptation.
- Theory of the contact lens adaptation process.
- A method to determine the dimensions of a minus carrier contact lens.
- Keratoconus: spatial variation of corneal thickenss as a diagnostic test.
- Thinning of the human cornea on awakening.
- Corneal contour of the human infant.
- The prism controversy.
- The effect of endotoxin and endotoxin tolerance on inflammation induced by mycobacterial adjuvant.
- Corneal oxygen need and gas permeable contact lenses.
- Centration and coverage of hydrogel contact lenses.
- Optical power calculation for contact lens wet cells.
- Corneal swelling at low atmospheric oxygen pressures.
- Acute systemic toxicological tests of soft contact lens extractives.
- Locating the corneal sighting center from videokeratography.
- Corneal power correction factor for photorefractive keratectomy.
- Shape and refractive powers in corneal topography.
- Axial and instantaneous power conversion in corneal topography.
- Apparent pupil displacement in videokeratography.
- Optical zone centration in keratorefractive surgery.
- Location of the major corneal reference points.
- Accuracy of videokeratography for instantaneous radius in keratoconus.
- A spline surface algorithm for reconstruction of corneal topography from a videokeratographic reflection pattern.
- Asymmetric corneal toricity and pseudokeratoconus in videokeratography.
- Alignment effects in videokeratography of keratoconus.
- Ascorbate induction of collagen synthesis as a means for elucidating a mechanism of quantitative control of tissue-specific function.
- Etiology of corneal striae accompanying hydrogel lens wear.
- History of contact lenses at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry.
- Contact lens base curve prediction from videokeratography.
- Radioisotope concentrator gene therapy using the sodium/iodide symporter gene.
- Sleep Apnea
- Sleep Disorders
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (osa)
- Hennepin Co Med Ctr, Internal Medicine
- Hennepin County Medical Center
- Hennepin County Medical Center Program
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