Defense Medical Research and Development Program (DMRDP) Abstracts
In FY2014, eye and vision researchers were awarded 2 grants for a total of $1.2 million. The abstracts are listed below.
Dr. Tonia Rex, Dietary Approaches to Protect Against Eye Blast-induced Oxidative Stress and Vision Loss
Dr. Shigeo Tamiya, Pre-clinical Testing of Sustained Release of Dasatinib to Prevent the Major Blinding Complications Following Eye Injury
In Fiscal Year 2011, eye and vision researchers were awarded 2 grants for a total of $4.7 million. The abstracts are listed below.
Dr. Reza Dana, Safety and Efficacy of Bevacizumab in High-Risk Corneal Transplant Survival
Dr. Julia Haller, Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Safety of Transcorneal Electrical Stimulation To Improve Visual Function After Ocular Trauma
In Fiscal Year 2010, eye and vision researchers were awarded 9 grants for a total of $12.7 million. The abstracts are listed below.
Dr. Aimee Arnoldussen, Visual Information Restoration and Rehabilitation via Sensory Substitution Technology
Denise Barbut, Preventing Vision Loss from Blast Injuries with Regenerative Biomaterial
Dr. Larry Benowitz, Restoring Vision After Optic Nerve Injury
Richard Carvalho, Episcleral Therapy for IED-Related Ophthalmic Injury
Dr. Gregory Liou, Role of Adenosine Receptor A2A in Traumatic Optic Neuropathies
Dr. Gang Luo, Development of a Vision Assistive Device for Veterans with TBI-Associated Visual Dysfunctions
Dr. Eli Peli, Rehabilitation of Visual and Perceptual Dysfunction after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr. Shigeo Tamiya, Novel Use of Clinical Drugs to Prevent the Major Eye Injury-Associated Complication
Dr. Christopher Tyler, Human Oculomotor Functions and Their Deficits in Traumatic Brain Injury