Abstract # P183 Pathogenesis of Post-LASIK Interface Fluid Syndrome: Laboratory-Induced Model Including Histopathologic and Ultrastructural Correlations

Dawson, Daniel
Emory Univ School of Medicine
Atlanta, GA, United States of America

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The first author, Daniel Dawson, is a cornea, external disease,and refractive surgery fellow at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. He did his ophthalmology residency at the Kellogg Eye Center (Univ. of Michigan)followed by a ophthalmic pathology fellowship with Daniel M. Albert and Morton Smith at the University of Wisconsin and 2 years of NIH-sponsored postdoctoral training in corneal physiology with Henry F. Edelhauser, Bernard McCarey, and Hans Grossniklaus at Emory University. His primary interests are refractive eye surgery, corneal wound healing, corneal imaging, corneal physiology, corneal infections, and conjunctival tumors.
Daniel G. Dawson, MD
Ingo Schmack, MD, Glenn P. Holley, Hans E. Grossniklaus, MD, Henry F. Edelhauser, PhD

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