Thesis Title: Ocular changes associated with accommodation and convergence
Hamed’s doctoral research studies are focusing on the ocular changes associated with accommodation and convergence, with a primary focus on how the sclera (the white, outer coat of the eye) changes when near tasks are performed. As the sclera plays an important role in the determination of ocular size and shape, this research may provide new insight into the ocular changes associated with near work and the potential role of these changes in myopia development and progression. Therefore in the first phase of Hamed’s PhD research, the cornea, limbus, and anterior sclera have been evaluated using the Eye Surface Profiler (ESP) while viewing targets requiring different levels of near focussing.
The Eye Surface Profiler is a newly released instrument based on Fourier transform profilometry and provides measurements of the ocular surface topography across a much wider area than was previously possible (out to a 16 mm diameter). Using the ESP instrument we are able now to measure the topographic parameters of the anterior sclera. This technique uses two fringe pattern projectors to capture the anterior eye surface contour, and allows the changes in the anterior sclera with accommodation and convergence to be comprehensively assessed.
2017 ARVO-ASIA Meeting, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, 5-8 February, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA.
Thesis Title: Optics of the eye and refractive error development
Thesis Title: An investigation of the effects of the intensity and wavelength of light on the human choroid
Swee Chai Teoh
Thesis Title: The Eye’s Response to Vergence and Diffuse Blur
Thesis Title: Physiological corneal changes associated with scleral contact lens wear