Cameron Millar, PhD

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1990 …2020

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My research efforts within the North Texas Eye Research Institute (NTERI) are dedicated to the investigation and further development of the mouse as a useful model for the study of aqueous humor dynamics and primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG). Areas of expertise include studies (in living animals) of: aqueous humor dynamics, intraocular pressure measurement, generation and development of transgenic models of POAG using viral vectors, visualization of the eye using spectral domain ocular coherence tomography (SD-OCT), and electroretinography. Projects currently under way include an investigation, using 5XFAD mice (which express five familial Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) mutations) into a possible connection between AD and POAG I also routinely interact with other NTERI members in a multi-disciplinary manner.

Education/Academic qualification

BS in Applied Biology, Glasgow Caledonian University

BS in Applied & Clinical Biochemistry, Glasgow Caledonian University

PhD in Pharmacology, University of Glasgow

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