Richard Hill

Dean Emeritus

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320 W 10th Ave Room A512 Columbus, OH 43210

Biographical narrative

OTHER EXPERTISE
Richard M. Hill completed his professional and graduate (Ph.D. in physiological optics) degrees at the University of California, Berkeley. Since 1964, he has served on the faculty of the College of Optometry at The Ohio State University - for seven years as its dean, and as now dean and professor emeritus. He held grants from the National Eye Institute of NIH/PHS over a 23 year period, and has published 280 refereed reports in the ophthalmic literature.

He was given a Doctor of Science (honoris causa) degree by the State University of New York for his research in neuro-physiology of the visual system, visual psychophysics, and physiology of the eye. He is a recipient of the Gold Medal of the British Contact Lens Association, the Ruben Medal of the International Society for Contact Lens Research, the Bell Medal of the Contact Lens Society of Australia, the Charles F. Prentice Medal of the American Academy of Optometry, and a Distinguished Service Award from The Ohio State University.

Journal articles

  • Factors influencing the measurement of oxygen shortfall of the human cornea: sequencing of test conditions. (2007). Contact lens & anterior eye : the journal of the British Contact Lens Association, 30(1).
  • Rigid gas-permeable contact lens base curve radius and transmissibility effects on corneal oxygen uptake. (2006). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 83(10).
  • The effects of high-Dk rigid contact lens center thickness, material permeability, and blinking on the oxygen uptake of the human cornea. (2005). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 82(6).
  • The Thickness of the Tear Film (2004). Current Eye Res, 29(4-5).
  • Enhancing RGP Contact Lens Performance: Comparing Back Surface Options (2002). Optometry, 73.
  • Effects of rigid contact lens prism ballasting on oxygen access to the cornea under static and dynamic conditions. (1998). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 75(10).
  • Corneal Hypoxia-The Last One Percent (1997). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 5(3).
  • Different Responses to the Same Dk/L? Part I: Absolute Rates (1997). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 5(1).
  • Different Responses to the Same Dk/L? Part 2: Absolute Rates (1997). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 5(2).
  • Human corneal responses to transmissibility (Dk/L) of 1.2 to 189 times 10-9 (1997). Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 38(4 PART 1-2).
  • The Effects of Lens Design and Material Density (1996). Intern. Contact Lens Clin, 23.
  • A Hypoxic Response Line Model for the Human Cornea (1996). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 4(2).
  • RGP's: Is the 'Tear Pump' Now Passe? (1996). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 3(1).
  • RGP Transmissivity and the Individual Eye (1996). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 23.
  • Canalizando el Flujo Masivo (1996). Franjo Visual, 28.
  • The Growing Case for Ultra-Violet Blocker (1995). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 22.
  • Graduate Education Programs at The Ohio State University College of Optometry (1995). J Optom Education, 20(4).
  • Hypoxic Relief: A Mere Fraction Away (1995). Contact Lens Spectrum, 10(1).
  • Open Angle Glaucoma: Estimating Susceptibility (1995). Brit J Opotom & Disp, 3(3).
  • RGP Design: What are the Best Prescription Trade-offs? (1995). Intern. Contact Lens Clin, 22(7&8).
  • Hypoxia Control (1995). International Contact Lens Clinic, 22(9&10).
  • High Dk Lowers Risk of Thickness (1995). Contact Lens Spectrum, 10(1).
  • When Old Pumps Fade Away (1994). International Contact Lens Clinic, 21(7&8).
  • How Dk Relates to Relief of Hypoxic Stress (1994). International Contact Lens Clinic, 21(3&4).
  • Environmental Challenges: Do contact Lenses Reduce Tear Resistance? (1994). International Contact Lens Clinic, 21(1&2).
  • Rigid Lens Pump Efficiency: Base Curve Choice and Corneal Toricity (1994). Contact Lens Spectrum, 9(10).
  • Titrating the Tight Lens (1994). International Contact Lens Clinic, 21(11&12).
  • Maternal Smoking as a Risk Factor for Strabismus (1994). British Journal of Optometry & Dispensing, 2(9).
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Risk Factors and Odds Ratios (1994). British Journal of Optometry & Dispensing, 2(7).
  • Human Corneal Responses to High RGP Transmissivities (1994). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 2(10).
  • Oxygen Shortfall Associated with Different Dk Values (1994). Brit. J. Optom. & Disp., 2(10).
  • RGP Materials that Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part IX-Paraperm Ew (1994). Contact Lens Spectrum, 9(10).
  • RGP Materials that Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part VII-SGP3 (Unificon A) (1994). Contact Lens Spectrum, 9(10).
  • Academic Affiliations with the Department of Veterans Affairs: Characteristics of The Ohio State University Model (1993). Optometric Education, 18(2).
  • Effects of Prism Ballasting of Rigid Contact Lenses on Human Corneal Oxygen-Uptake Rates. Part I: Open Eye Conditions (1993). International Contact Lens Clinic, 20(7/8).
  • Enhancing/Damping Tear Exchange by Altering BCOR to Corneal Surface Relationships: Relative Measures (1993). Proc. Intern. Society of Contact Lens Research.
  • Palpebral Aperture and the Pump (1993). Contact Lens Spectrum, 20(3&4).
  • RGP's: How Close to "Oxygen-Independent" Designs? (1993). ICLC, 20(1&2).
  • RGPs That Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part VI (1993). Contact Lens Spectrum, 7(5).
  • A Clinician's Analog for Contact Lens Transmissivity (1992). Ocular Surgery News, 10(22).
  • Biasing the Bulk-Flow (1992). International Contact Lens Clinic, 19(7&8).
  • Influence of power changes in single cut rigid contact lenses on tear pump efficiency. (1992). Optometry and vision science : official publication of the American Academy of Optometry, 69(9).
  • RGP Materials that Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part IV (1992). Contact Lens Spectrum, 7(6).
  • RGPs That Reduce Hypoxic Stress: V (1992). Contact Lens Spectrum, 7(12).
  • Oxygen: How Does Lens Overall Diameter Make a Difference (1992). International Contact Lens Clinic, 19(3&4).
  • RGP Materials that Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part III (1992). Contact Lens Spectrum, 7(5).
  • THe Hypoxic Stress Unit (HSU) Scale and Lens Thickness (1992). International Contact Lens Clinic, 19(11&12).
  • Quantifying the Effects of Rigid Contact Lens Prescription Parameters on Tear Pump Efficiency for Optimizing Corneal Physiological Conditions (1992). Invest Ophthal. & Vision Science, 33(4 Abstract Supply).
  • RGP Materials that Reduce Hypoxic Stress: Part II (1992). Contact Lens Spectrum, 7(4).
  • Corneal epithelial healing under contact lenses. Quantitative analysis in the rabbit. (1992). Acta ophthalmologica, 70(3).
  • A Direct Measure of the Rigid Lens 'Tear-Pump' (1991). The Contact Lens Journal, 19(3).
  • Measures of Tear Exchange Under Rigid Contact Lense: Part II (1991). International Contact Lens Clinics, 18.
  • A Comparison of the Effects of Rigid Contact Lens Overall Diameter and Axial Edge Lift Changes on Tear Pump Efficiency (1991). International Contact Lens Clinic, 18(7&8).
  • Human Corneal Thickness: Predictions of Oxygen Demand Under Normoxic and Hypoxic Conditions (1991). Invest Ophthalmol & Vis Sci, 32(4, Suppl).
  • Hypotoxic Stress Units (1991). Contact Lens Spectrum, 6(4).
  • Human Tear Fluid Sample Collection and Processing Strategies (1991). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci, 32(4, Suppl #2177).
  • The Use and Abuse of Contact Lens Solutions (1991). Contact Lens Spectrum, 6(9).
  • Aging Lubricant Solutions - A Clinical Comment (1990). Contact Lens Journal, 18(6).
  • The Fluoroperms: 30 and 60 (1990). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 17(46).
  • How Important are Lens Oxygen Ratings? (1990). Cornea, 9.
  • Toward Oxygen Independence (1990). Contact Lens Spectrum, 5(1).
  • Tilting the Odds Toward Success (1990). International Contact Lens Clinic, 17(7&8).
  • Tear buffering in contact lens wearers. (1990). Acta ophthalmologica, 68(1).
  • Do Contact Lens Solutions Stand the Test of Time? Part II: The Aging of Salines (1990). Contact Lens Spectrum, 5(8).
  • Do Contact Lens Solutions Stand the Test of Time? Part I: The Aging of Lubricants (1990). Contact Lens Spectrum, 5(2).
  • Buffering in human tears: pH responses to acid and base challenge. (1989). Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 30(4).
  • The Ultimate Edge (1989). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 16(6&7).
  • Is Blink Frequency to Blame? (1989). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 16(2).
  • Human Tear Fluid Tonicity in the Cul-de-Sac (1989). Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 35.
  • Boston IV: How Much Pump? How Much Permeability? (1989). Contact Lens Spectrum, 4(12).
  • Rigid Lenses: The Pump is Still Alive and Well (1989). Contact Lens Spectrum, 4(11).
  • The Evolution Factor of 'L' (1989). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 16(5).
  • Human Tear pH: Effect of PCO2 Tension (1989). Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 3.
  • Corneal Epithelial Toxicity: A Comparison of IN VIVO Metabolic and IN VITRO Morphologic Techniques (1989). Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis Sci., 30.
  • Statistical Analysis of Tear Fluid Osmolarity Measurements (1988). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 29.
  • Contact Lens Lubricants, Part II (1988). Clinical Considerations, Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(8).
  • Human Tear Buffering Profiles (1988). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 29.
  • What is the EOP? (1988). Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(5).
  • Superior Oxygen Performance of Silcone Elastomer Lenses (1988). Contact Lens Forum, 13(11).
  • Predicting Solutions Properties (1988). Contact Lens Journal, 16(3).
  • Soft Lens Solutions: A Look at What's Not on the Label (1988). Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(10).
  • Life Behind a Closed Lid (1988). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 15(3).
  • Isoproply Alcohol (1988). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 15(8).
  • Contact Lens Lubricants: Part I (1988). Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(4).
  • Rigid Lens Care Solutions (1988). Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(11).
  • EOP: Have We Hit the Limits? (1988). Contact Lens Forum, 13(4).
  • Is There a Hypoxia Clock? (1988). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 15(8).
  • The Boric Acid Buffer Question? (1988). Contact Lens Spectrum, 3(12).
  • Is There a Better Base Curve? (1988). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 15.
  • Thresholds of the Cornea to Isopropyl Alcohol Exposure (1987). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 28.
  • Buffering Resistance: A Subtle Property of Tears (1987). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 14(4).
  • pH and Solutions Properties (1987). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 14.
  • Increased Oxygen with Meniconmaterials (1987). Contact Lens Spectrum, 2(9).
  • Please update record with Title (1987). Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics.
  • The Most Important Point in Contact Lens Design (1987). Optician, 15(5126).
  • Hydrophilic Lens Movement: A Third Factor? (1987). Contact Lens Spectrum, 2(11).
  • Tap Water Trials (1987). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 14(2).
  • An Osmotic Minefield? (1987). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 14(12).
  • The Center Thickness Factor (1987). Contact Lens Spectrum, 2(10).
  • The B&L High Dk RGP Material: Pilot Studies (1987). Contact Lens Spectrum, 2(1).
  • The Super Permeables (1987). Contact Lens Spectrum, 2(1).
  • Hyper-Flux (1986). Intern. Eyecare, 2(11).
  • Do We Really Need More Oxygen? (1986). Intern. Eyecare, 2(1).
  • The pH Question and Some Answers (1986). Contact Lens Spectrum, 1(1).
  • The Human Blink: Cumulative Analyses (1986). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 27(3).
  • 'Salt Balance' Questions in Contact Lens Solutions (1986). Contact Lens Spectrum, 1.
  • Finding Solutions' Buffering Capacity (1986). Contact Lens Spectrum, 1(10).
  • Human Corneal Oxygen Demands: Closed Eye Conditions (1986). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 27(3).
  • Center of Gravity of Rigid Lenses: Some Design Considerations (1986). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 14(11).
  • Sampling the Super Thins (1986). Intern. Eyecare, 2(3).
  • Osmotic Movements (1986). Intern. Eyecare, 2(5).
  • The Great Water Race (1986). Contact Lens Spectrum, 1(9).
  • Contact Lenses and the Blink (1986). Contact Lens Journal, 14(1).
  • Materials and Their Metamorposes (1986). Intern. Eyecare, 2(9).
  • The New Superpermeables (1986). The Contact Lens Forum, 11(11).
  • HCl Burns of the Cornea, Measured Quantitatively and IN VIVO (1985). Invest. Ophthalmol. & Vis. Sci., 26(46).
  • Hydrophilic Safety Lenses? (1985). Intern. Eyecare, 1(7).
  • The contact lens environment: tear proteins in perspective. (1985). Journal of the American Optometric Association, 56(3).
  • The Great Oxygen Question (1985). Intern. Eyecare, 1(3).
  • Lenticular Legacies (1985). Intern. Eyecare, 1(6).
  • Epithelial Healing: Quantitative Monitoring of the Cornea Following Alkali Burn (1985). ActaOphthalmolociga, 63.
  • Pressing the 'Pure-Water Barrier' (1985). Intern. Eyecare, 1(5).
  • Contact Lenses: Five Keys of the Second Century (1985). Japanese Review of Clinical Ophthalmology, 79(3).
  • The Rigid 'Super Permeables' (1985). Contact Lens Forum, 10.
  • A Flaw in the Ointment (1985). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 12(5).
  • The More Oxygen, The Better (1985). Contact Lens Forum, 10.
  • Water Purifiers: A Test of Effectiveness (1985). Contact Lens Forum, 10(11).
  • The Swimming Eye (1985). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 12(3).
  • Can Soft Lenses Save Eyes? (1985). Contact Lens Forum, 10(5).
  • The "Qualitative" Blink (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(1).
  • Divining a Dk (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(2).
  • A New Extended Wear Gas Permeable Hard Contact Lens, Bes-Con III: Oxygen Measurements and Clinical Results (1984). J. Korean Opthalmol., 25(4).
  • Buffering Capacities of Human Tears (1984). Assoc. Res. in Vision & Ophthal. Abstracts.
  • The Effects of Hard Contact Lens Wear on Blinking Behavior (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(4).
  • Dry Lens Deficits (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(8).
  • The "Settling" of a Soft Lens (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(8).
  • The Oxygen Performance of Hard Gas Permeables (1984). Contact Lens Forum, 9(11).
  • Oxygen and the High Plus Hydrogel (1984). Texas Optometry, 40(7).
  • Hydrophilic 'Horse-Trades' (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(3).
  • Corneal burns: a quantitative comparison of acid and base. (1984). Acta ophthalmologica, 62(4).
  • Have We Hit the High-Water Mark? (1984). Contact Lens Forum, 9(9).
  • Variation in Blinking Behavior During Soft Lens Wear (1984). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 11(4).
  • Dehydration Deficits (1983). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 10(6).
  • Perspectives de Chirurgie Refractive (1983). L'Optometriste, 5(1).
  • The "Phantom Thickness" Factor (1983). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 10.
  • A Case of the "Clings?' (1983). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 10(2).
  • Hydrogen 'Hang Ups' (1983). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 10(3).
  • Topping Up the Oxygen (1983). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 10(5).
  • Solutions that Satisfy (1983). Contact Lens Forum, 12.
  • Priming Lens Performance (1983). Contact Lens Forum, 8(6).
  • Aerobic responses of the cornea to alkali measured in vivo. (1983). Investigative ophthalmology & visual science, 24(5).
  • The Subtleties of Saline (1983). Contact Lens Forum, 8(5).
  • Contact Lenses and the Quality of Corneal Life (1983). J. of Japan Contact Lens Society, 25(1).
  • Oxygen Comparison Made Easy (1983). Contact Lens Forum, 8(1).
  • Eye Whiteners for Contact Lens Wear? (1982). Contact Lens Forum, 7(3).
  • The Toxic Tightrope (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(5).
  • Solutions that Soothe (1982). Contact Lens Forum, 7(2).
  • Oxygen Insights (1982). The Contact Lens Journal, 11(1).
  • Lens Thickness, Water, and Oxygen (1982). Canadian J. Optometry, 43(4).
  • The Oxygen Connection (1982). The Contact Lens Journal, 10(9).
  • The "Original" Difference Between Hard and Soft (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(1).
  • Multi-Purpose Pumps (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(6).
  • Lenses in Ambience (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(2).
  • 'Energy Credits" of the Cornea (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(4).
  • Oxygen: Passage Through the Periphery (1982). The Contact Lens Journal, 10.
  • Desk Top Analysis (1982). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 9(3).
  • In the Vial Versus in the Eye (1981). Contact Lens Forum, 6(11).
  • The Solution Label's Phantom Features (1981). Contact Lens Forum, 6.
  • Laboratory studies. (1981). International ophthalmology clinics, 21(2).
  • Aqualunging: Or the Reservoir Effect (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8(6).
  • Oxygen and the Aging Hydrogel (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8(6).
  • Human Tears: A Re-Examination of the Electrobalance (1981). Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics, 58.
  • The Devious Deposit (1981). Contact Lens Forum, 6(8).
  • Oxygen Measurements: Dks and EOPs (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Journal, 8(2).
  • A Key To Solution Effects? (1981). Contact Lens Forum, 7(4).
  • Beyond "Average Thickness" (1981). The Contact Lens Journal, 10.
  • How "Pure" are the Waters? (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8.
  • Static...and Stagnant (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8.
  • Measuring Oxygen Uptake of the Recovering Cornea (1981). Contact Lens Forum, 6.
  • Nine Lives of a Gel-Lens (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8(3).
  • Spoilation and its Related Implications (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8(4).
  • Oxygen Update: Non-Hydrophilics (1981). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8.
  • For the Connoisseurs of Blink (1980). Intern. Contact lens Clinic, 7.
  • Six Comments of the Contact Lens System (1980). J. Jap. Contact Lens Soc., 22.
  • Oxygen Starvation: The Fitter's the Last to Know (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • Oxygen Update: Hydrophilics (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 7.
  • Enhancing the Enzyme Action (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • Fathoming the Post Lens Tear Pool (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 7.
  • A Physiological Meaning of "Hard" and "Soft' (1980). The Contact Lens Journal, 9.
  • The World of pH 7 (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 7.
  • The Great Oxygen Race - Three Comments (1980). The Contact Lens Journal, 9.
  • The Cohabitations of a Cornea (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 7.
  • The Elastomer Outlook (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • The "Modal" Tear (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • Age of Hyper-Thins? (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • Optimizing the Oxygen (1980). Contact Lens Forum, 5.
  • Epithelial Injury (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 17.
  • Anesthetic Impact (1980). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 7.
  • Probing the Edema Zone (1979). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 6(5).
  • Die Kontaktlinsenumgebung (The Contact Lens Enviornment) (1979). Contactologia, 1.
  • Hydrophilics: Is Daily Care Necessary? (1979). The O-Eye-O, 45(2).
  • Extended Wear: Closing the Gap (1979). Contact Lens Forum, 4.
  • Conjunctival Competition (1979). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 6.
  • Escaping the Sting (1979). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 6.
  • The Unblinking Eye (1979). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 6.
  • Hard Lens Pumps: Trickle of Tide? (1979). Contact Lens Forum, 4.
  • The Hard Lens as a Foreign Body (1979). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 6.
  • Ultra-Thins: And Oxygen Update (1979). Contact Lens Forum, 4.
  • Oxygen Demand: The Same for Every Cornea? (1979). Inter. Contact Lens Clinic, 6.
  • PMMA and its Environmental Variations (1978). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 5.
  • How the Cornea Takes Heat (1978). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 5.
  • Predestined Edema? (1978). Contact Lens Forum, 3.
  • The pH Mystique (1978). Inter. Contact Lens Clinic, 5.
  • Can you Overcome the Oily Lens? (1978). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 5.
  • Can Oxygen Pass Through PMMA? (1978). Intern. Contact Lens clinic, 5.
  • Aging Ophthalmic Solutions (1978). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 124.
  • A Rare "Taste" for Hema (1978). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 5.
  • Water Content Update (1978). Contact Lens Forum, 3.
  • Continuous Wear Lenses: Corneal Oxygen Requirements (1978). The O-Eye-O, 43.
  • Tracking the "Troubled" Gel Lens (1978). Contact Lens Forum, 3.
  • How Wet are your Patient's Tears? (1977). International Contact Lens Clinic, 4(6).
  • Hydrophilic Lens Design: The Thick and Thin of It (1977). Excerpta Medica.
  • Homesterilization: Fact or Fiction? (1977). Contact Lens Forum, 2.
  • Oxygen Permeability Measurements: Correlation Between Living Eye and Electrode Chamber Measurements (1977). Intern. Contact lens Clinic, 4(6).
  • Anoxia: The Ultimate Debt (1977). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 4.
  • How Wet is Wet? (1977). Contact Lens Forum, 2.
  • Oxygen Permeable Contact Lenses: How Convinced is the Cornea? (1977). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 4.
  • An Oxygen Permeable PMMA? (1977). Contact Lens Forum, 2.
  • The osmotic variable. (1977). Journal of the American Optometric Association, 48(3).
  • Osmotic adaptation to rigid contact lenses. (1977). Archives dophtalmologie, 37(12).
  • Osmotic Vulnerability (1977). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 4.
  • Human Tear pH: How Individualized? (1977). Australian Journal of Optometry, 60.
  • To Pasteurize, Asceptisize, or Just Disinfect? (1977). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 4.
  • The Pressure Response to Contact Lenses (1976). Contact Lens Forum, 1.
  • Hydorgels and their Water Contents (1976). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 3.
  • Tear pH and the Hard (PMMA) Contact Lens Patient (1976). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 3.
  • Tear pH: Hydrophilic Lenses and the Closed Eye (1976). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 3.
  • Perils of the Pump (1976). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 3.
  • The physiology of contact lens systems. (1976). Journal of the American Optometric Association, 47(3).
  • The Importance of Osmotic Equilibrium (1976). Contact Lens Forum, 1.
  • The Physiology of Contact Lens Systems (1976). J. Am. Optom. Assn., 47.
  • The Cornea's Need to Breathe (1976). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 3.
  • Extended Wear Systems (1976). Contact Lens Forum, 1.
  • Pathology and Self-Assessment Program (1975). J. Am. Optom. Assoc., 46.
  • Osmotic edema associated with contact lens adaptation. (1975). Journal of the American Optometric Association, 46(9).
  • How Long does Hydration Take? (1975). The O-Eye-O, 40.
  • Hydrogels: Is the Pump Still Necessary? (1975). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 2.
  • The Two Lives of a Gel Lens (1975). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 2.
  • Suppose the Pump Fails....? (1975). The O-Eye-O, 40.
  • Lentilles En Hydrogels: Trois Recherches Appliques (1975). l'Opticien--Lunetier.
  • Cholesterol: blood and tears. (1975). Journal of the American Optometric Association, 46(11).
  • The Quest for Oxygen (1974). Contact Lens Soc. of Amer. J, 7.
  • Bridging the Gap Between Classroom and Clinic: A Videotape Simulation Technique--Part II (1974). J. Am. Optom. Assoc., 45(8).
  • How to Live with a Hydrogel (1974). The O-Eye-O, 39(2).
  • Tolerance of Directionally Selective Units of the Visual Cortex to Stimulus Degredation (1974). Assoc. Res. in Vis. and Ophthal., 1.
  • The Rigid Lens: An Exhausted Option? (1974). Contacto, 18(6).
  • Impact of the New Materials Area: Three Examples (1974). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 1.
  • New Contact Lens Materials: A Performance Balance Sheet (1974). The O-Eye-O, 39(1).
  • Please update record with Title (1974). THE EYE, Vol. 6, Comparative Physiology.
  • Adaptation: Hard vs. Soft Lenses (1974). J. Am. Optom. Assn (AOA), 45.
  • Self-Assessment Program (In Ocular Pathology) (1974). J. Am. Optom. Assn., 45.
  • Lentes de Contacto Hidrofilicos Gel Concepto de du Deterioro (1973). Revista de la Sociedad Mexicana de Optometria, 1(3).
  • Ophthalmic solutions: Part I, pH and Buffer Capacity (1973). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 44.
  • Tears: The Missing Link (1973). Ophthal. Optician, 13.
  • Effects of Stimulus Definition and Pupil Size on Single Cell Coding at the Cortex (1973). Assoc. Res. in Vis. and Ophthal., 2.
  • Characteristics of Habituation Displayed by Mammalian Visual Pathway Units (1973). In Habituation.
  • Tears: The Missing Link (1973). Optometric World, 60.
  • Ophthalmic Solutions: Part III, Surface Tension (1973). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 44.
  • Topical Anesthetics and Corneal Function (1973). The Ophtalmic Optician, 13.
  • Ophthalmic Solutions: Part II Osmotic Pressure, Refractive Index and Total Solids Value (1973). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 44.
  • Does Heating Arrest Organisms in Hydrophilic Cases? (1972). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 43.
  • Oxygen Permeable "Hard" Contact Lenses (1972). The Contact Lens, 3.
  • New Contact Lens Materials: A Physiological Prospective (1972). J. Amer. Optom. Assn., 43.
  • Clinical Measurements of the Tears: Viscosity (1972). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 43.
  • How Toxic are Topical Anesthetics to the Corneal Epithelium? (1972). J. Am. Optom. Assn., 43.
  • Oxygen Requirements of the Cornea with Flexible Lenses (1972). Symposium on the Flexible Lens.
  • Phsyiological Considerations of Flexible Contact Lenses, Teach'Em Series (1972). National Optometric Conference Week of the Amer. Optom. Assn.
  • THC and Psilocybin Induced Changes in Sensory Magnitude Estimations (1972). Abstracts of Volunteer Papers for the Fifth International Congress on Pharmacology.
  • How a peripheral retinal ganglion cell responds differentially to focused and defocused images. (1971). The Journal of physiology, 215(1).
  • Case Incorporated Germicides (1971). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 42.
  • Tears: The Missing Link (1971). O-Eye-O, 36(1).
  • Contact Lens and Corneal Physiology (1971). J. of Amer. Optom. Assn., 42.
  • Tear pH and the Soft Contact Lens Patient (1971). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 4.
  • Apertures and Contact Lens Control (1971). J. Am. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 42.
  • The Graduate Program in Physiological Optics (1970). The O-Eye-O, 35.
  • Psilocybin-Induced Transformations of Visual Space (1970). Pharmakopsychiatrie Neuro-Psychopharmakologie, 3.
  • Comments on Contact Lens Adaptation: Osmotic Pressure of the Tears (1970). J. of Amer. Optom. Assn, 4.
  • Psilocybin-Induced Contraction of Nearby Visual Space (1970). Agents and Actions, 4.
  • Space Viewed Eccentrically: Effects of Psychotomimetric Drugs on Visual Space (1970). The O-Eye-O, 35.
  • Receptive Fields of Cells of a Marsupial Visual Cortex (1969). The Physiologist, 12.
  • Comments of the Geometry of Psilocybin-Induced Visual Space (1969). Proc. Fourth Intern. Cong. on Pharm., III.
  • Hypnotic Induction of the Interference of Psilocybin with Optically Induced Spatial Distortion (1969). Pharmakopsychiatrie Neuro-psychopharmakologie, 2.
  • Tears and the Contact Lens (1969). The O-Eye-O, 35.
  • Lacrimal Fluid and Lens Design (1968). Contacto, 12.
  • Was is Contact Lens Adaptation? (1968). J. of Maryland Optom. Assn..
  • Personality structure as the main determinant of drug induced (model) psychoses. (1968). Nature, 218(138).
  • Receptive fields of rabbit visual cortex. (1967). The Journal of physiology, 189(2).
  • Rabbit visual cortex: reaction of cells to movement and contrast. (1967). Nature, 214(91).
  • Receptive Fields of Rabbit Visual Cortex (1967). Proc. Brit. Physio. Soc. 14.
  • Oxygen flux across the environmental interface of teleost cornea. (1967). Nature, 214(86).
  • Oxygen transmissivity of membranes in contact with the cornea: physiological observations. (1967). The British journal of physiological optics, 24(3).
  • Respiratory Profiles of the Corneal Epithelium (1966). Am. J. of Optom. & Physiol. Optics, 43.
  • Receptive field properties of the superior colliculus of the rabbit. (1966). Nature, 211(56).
  • The Corneal Biophysics Laboratory, School of Optometry, The Ohio State University (1966). J. of Am. Optom. Assn., 37.
  • Effect of removing the neocortex on the response to repeated sensory stimulation of neurones in the mid-brain. (1966). Nature, 211(50).
  • Corneal Physiology and the Contact Lens (1965). Proc. of the Second AOA Contact Lens Symposium.
  • A Contact Lens from the Cornea's Point of View (1965). The Optometric Weekly, 56.
  • Temperature Changes of Human Corneas and Ears Under Contact Lenses: II (1965). Am. J. Optom. & Physiol. Optics, 42.
  • Temperature Changes of Human Corea and Tears Under a Contact Lens: I (1965). Am. J. Optom. & Physiol. Optics, 42.
  • Recording from Single Cells of the Brain Helps to Better Understand the Processes of Vision (1965). The Optometric Weekly, 56.
  • Instrumentation for Measurement of Gas Exchange in the Human Eye (1964). Proc. of 1964 San Diego Symp. for Biomedical Eng..
  • Responsiveness to Sensory Stimulation of Cells in the Rabbit Mid-Brain (1964). Proc. of Physio. Sci..
  • How Dependent is the Cornea on the Atmosphere? (1964). J. Amer. Optom. Assn. (AOA), 35.
  • Oxygen Uptake fom a Limited Volume Reservior In Vivo Human Cornea (1963). Science, 142.
  • Monochromatic Responses of the Transpeduncular Tract (1962). Proc. of the XXII International Congress of Physiol. Sci., 1.
  • A Servo-Method for Producing Equal Energy or Equal Quanta Spectra (1961). Unknown Journal, 51.
  • 0.90% Sodium Chloride Concentration: An Ophthalmic Anomaly? (n.d.). Intern. Contact Lens Clinic, 8(5).

Honors

  • Ohio Optometric Association Recognition Award, 20070101
  • Life Membership, 20060101
  • Life Membership, 20060101
  • Donald Korb Award for Excellence Contact Lens and Cornea Section, 20060101
  • Herschel Medal, 20050101
  • Bausch & Lomb Visionaries Recognition Award, 20050101
  • Inductee, National Hall of Fame, 20050101
  • National Optometry Hall of Fame, 20050101
  • Life Fellow, 20040101
  • Distinguished Service Award, 20020101
  • CLCS Achievement Award, 20010101
  • Alumnus of the Year, 50th Anniversiary of the Year, 20000101
  • Ruben Medal, 19990101
  • Bell Medal, 19990101
  • Co-Chair Appreciation Award, 19980101
  • Founder's Award, 19980101
  • Founder's Award, 19980101
  • Outstanding Service Award, 19980101
  • Charles F. Prentice Lecture & Medal, 19980101
  • Co-Chair Appreciation Award, 19970101
  • Ohio Optometrist of the Year Award, 19960101
  • Gold Medal, 19950101
  • Glenn A. Fry Medal for Research in Physiological Optics, 19950101
  • Special Merit Award, 19930101
  • Founder's Award, 19920101
  • Dr. Josef Dallos Award, 19910101
  • University of Houston Award for Outstanding Scientific Contributions to Contact Lens and Corneal Research, 19890101
  • Neill Medalist, 19860101
  • 5th John C. Neill Memorial Lecturer, 19860101
  • 2nd Wichterle Honor Lecturer, 19860101
  • Wichterle Medalist, 19860101
  • Lacrima Award, 19850101
  • Vision Service Award, 19830101
  • Glenn A. Fry Invited Lecturer, 19830101
  • Otto Wichterle Award (First Recipient), 19830101
  • Peter's Memorial Lecturer, 19830101
  • Max Shapiro Memorial Lecturer, 19750101
  • AAAS Fellow,

Books

  • Contact Lens Perspectives (1988). . Fairchild Publications/Professional Press.
  • Curiosities of the Contact Lens (1981). . The Professional Press, Inc..
  • Dictionary of Visual Science (n.d.). (2 ed.).

Presentations

  • Research presentation (n.d.). In ISCLS 38th Congress.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In PANEL MODERATOR, ASSOCIATION DES OPTOMETRISTES DU QUEBEC, 5th International Symposium on Contact Lenses.
  • Oxygen Equivalents Over a t-Range of 5/1 (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Poster Scession Moderator, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • Permeability, Pumps and Retinal Protection (n.d.). In BRITISH CONTACT LENS SOCIETY, Annual Conference.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In GLENN A. FRY AWARD LECTURERE, American Academy of Optometry.
  • Research Presentation (n.d.). In ISCLS 37th Congress.
  • Research Presentation (n.d.). In ISCLS 36th Congress.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Poster Session Moderator, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • Non-Invasive Views of the Human Cornea (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF CONTACT LENS SPECIALISTS.
  • Oxygen Reservoir Effects of S-H Lenses (n.d.). In CONTINUOUS WEAR CONTACT LENS WORLD SUMMIT SYMPOSIUM.
  • At Risk Corneas (n.d.). In 34th CONGRESS INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY CONTACT LENS SPECIALISTS.
  • Still Higher Dk's? Seven Clinical Shortfalls and New Measurement of Success (n.d.). In AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY.
  • Four Views of Hypoxia (n.d.). In 10th INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS CONGRESS.
  • peDK and peDL/L (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • The New Age of Oxygen (n.d.).
  • Oxygen: Are the Gas Wars Really Over? Why Contact Lenses Work as Well as they Do. (n.d.).
  • Contact Lens - How they can be Better (n.d.). In THE NEW ZEALAND CONTACT LENS SOCIETY.
  • High Dk/L's (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • Rigid Lens Tear Pump (n.d.). In AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPOMETRY.
  • Hypoxic Relief/Contact Lens Design (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH, 7th Scientific Conference.
  • Corneal Hypoxia Acanthamoeba Keratitis (n.d.). In 2nd LATIN-AMERICAN SYMPOSIUM ON CONTACT LENSES.
  • Corneal Physiology (n.d.). In NATIONAL OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Contact Lens Studies, UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Invited Lecturer at the SCOTTISH CONTACT LENS SOCIETY.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Invited Lecturer on Corneal Responses to Extreme Conditions.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In President & Session Chair, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS, RESEARCH 6th Scientific Conference.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Representative OSU College of Optometry, NATIONAL OPTOMETRIC ASSOCITATION.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Invited Lecturer at the 12th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CONTACT LENSES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Lectures on Ocular Physiology and Contact Lenses, EUROPEAN SYMPOSIUM ON CONTACT LENSES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Lectures on Ocular Physiology and President de Honor, CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL, FEDERACION COLUMBIANA DE OPTOMETRAS & XIV CONGRESO NACIONAL-FEDOPTO.
  • Tears and an Oxygen Vehicle (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF DAKRYOLOGY.
  • Base Curve Changes and Corneal Oxygenation (n.d.). In INTERNATIONL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH, Fourth Scientific Meeting.
  • Oxygen Performances: New HGP Materials (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH, Fourth Scientific Meeting.
  • Ocular Toxicology: pH and Osm. Tolerances (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH, Fourth International Meeting.
  • Corneal Pysiology and Contact Lenses (n.d.). In Invited Lecturer at the Swedish Optometric Association congress.
  • Water Balance of Tears (n.d.). In International Society for Contact Lens Research.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In PRESENTATIONS ON CORNEAL PHYSIOLOGY AND CONTACT LENS SOLUTIONS, Contact Lens Society of Australia International Congress.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In INVITED PROFESSOR, II Foro Panamericaon de Optometrica and XII Congreso National de Feopto.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In GAS PERMEABILITY SEMINARS, Invited Lecturer at G. Nissel Conferences.
  • Buffering Responses Observed for Human Tears (n.d.). In International Tear Film Symposium, Texas Tech University.
  • Environmental Influences of Contact Lenses (n.d.). In Moderator of Session 5, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH.
  • Five Keys to the Second Century (n.d.).
  • Ocular Anatomy and Physiology V (n.d.). In Moderator of Session 2, INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS CONGRESS.
  • Tears & Contact Lenses (n.d.). In Co-Moderator of Cornea Section IV: Tears & Contact Lenses, ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN VISION AND OPHTHALMOLOGY.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES, The Swedish Contact Lens Society.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In GEORGER NISSEL WORKSHIP LECTURERE, British Contact Lenses Association, Adjacent to the Royal Bath Assembly Rooms Harrogate.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In 4th COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL SUR LA LENTILLE DE CONTACT.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURE, Contact Lens Practioners Seminar.
  • Tear Film Structure and Function (n.d.). In Moderator of SEsion 1: INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH 2ND SCIENTIFIC MEETING.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES, Contact Lens Society of South Africa, 2nd Intern. Congress.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In CONTACT LENS AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY LECTURES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In HELMHOLTZ INSTITUTE, Conference on Contact Lens Research.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In 2eme COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL SUR LA LENTILLE DE CONTACT.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In THIRD EUROPEAN SYMPOSIUM ON SOFT CONTACT LENSES.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH, Institute of Ophthalmology at the Royal College of Surgeons.
  • New Techniques for Patient Evaluation (n.d.). In Moderator of Session 5: INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CONTACT LENS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, Royal college of Surgeons.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Medical contact lens Symposiums.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Medical Contact Lens Symposiums.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In IL CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LENTES DE CONTACTO.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In EUROPEAN CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMOLOGISTS.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In Moderator of the Symposium on "Mechanisms of Vision," AMERICAN ACADEMY OF OPTOMETRY.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In INTERNATIONAL CONTACT LENS SOCIETY, Contact Lens Society of Australia and the New Zealand Contact Lens Society.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In 6e CONGRES FRANCAIS' D'OPTIQUE DE CONTACT (SNACOC).
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In VISION 1977, The University of Houston.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In THE SQUAREBRIGGS MEMORIAL LECTURE, University of Waterloo.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In THE MAX SHAPIRO MEMORIAL LECTURE, The American Academy of Optometry.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In THE CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA, 2nd International Congress.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In 4eme CONGRES FRANCAIS D'OPTIQUE DE CONTACT (SNADOC).
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In THE NEW ZEALAND CONTACT LENS SOCIETY.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In SYPOSIUM ON SOFT LENSES, Universisty of Aston.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In First International Congress, THE CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In OPHTHALMOLOGISTS' SYMPOSIUM OF THE SOFT LENS.
  • Please update record with Title (n.d.). In EUROPEAN CONTACT LENS SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMOLGISTS, Institute of of Ophthalmology at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Abstracts

  • Title of Publication: Invest Opthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Thickness maps: site-referenced comparisons of normal and keratoconic corneas.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Fisher A, Mitchell GL, Hill RMPublication date: January 2007Volume: Abstract 1835 (B907)Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optometry and Vision ScienceTitle of Entry: Hybrid contact lenses: oxygen uptake along a reference hemi-meridian.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Noakes N, Hill RMPublication date: January 2006Volume: Poster 156RIV Pages: 100Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Physiological index of post-lens tear exchange - over a GP Dk/t Range of 80 to 208.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Paterson-Gardener H, Mitchell GL, Hill RMPublication date: January 2006Volume: Abstract 98 (B386)Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest Ophthalmol Vis SciTitle of Entry: Human tear film breakup studied by a new imaging interferometer: preliminary observations.RIV Author(s): King-Smith PE, Fink BA, Hill RM, Nichols JJ, Nichols KK.Publication date: January 2005RIV Pages: Abstract 4400Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optometry and Vision ScienceTitle of Entry: Physiological index of post-lens tear exchange - over a GP Dk/t Range of 46 to 126.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Pilskans B, Hill RMPublication date: January 2005Volume: Poster 86RIV Pages: 43Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optometry and Vision ScienceTitle of Entry: Oxygen demands in keratoconus of the central and peripheral cornea associated with the wear of hybrid contact lenses.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Pilskans B, Hill RMPublication date: January 2005Volume: Poster 87RIV Pages: 44Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Optometry and Vision ScienceTitle of Entry: Physiological index of post-lens tear exchange - over a GP Dk/t Range of 46 to 126.RIV Author(s): Fink BA, Paterson-Gardener H, Mitchell GL, Hill RMPublication date: January 2005Volume: Poster 86RIV Pages: 43Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Contact Lens PracticeTitle of Entry: Oxygen Consumption and MeasurementRIV Author(s): Hill, R.MPublication date: January 1994Publisher: LondonRIV Pages: 485-495Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Invest. Ophthal. & Vis. Sci.Title of Entry: Buffering Capacities of Human TearsRIV Author(s): Hill, R.MPublication date: January 1984Volume: 25Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Abstracts of the Contact Lens Manufacturers Assoc., Fall meetingTitle of Entry: The Oxygen ConnectionRIV Author(s): Hill, R.MPublication date: January 1981Publisher: New OrleansType of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Assoc. Res. in Vis. & Ophthal. AbstractsTitle of Entry: Human Tear GlucoseRIV Author(s): Daum, K.M. and Hill, R.MPublication date: January 1981RIV Pages: 153Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Assoc. Res. in Vis. and Ophthal. AbstractsTitle of Entry: Oxygen Performances of Contact Lens Polymers Compared by an IN VIVO Polarographic MethodRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M. and Mauger, T.FPublication date: January 1980Publisher: OrlandoRIV Pages: 23Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Assoc. Res. in Vis. and Ophthal. AbstractsTitle of Entry: Buffering Capacity of Human TearsRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M and Carney, L.GPublication date: January 1979Publisher: SarasotaRIV Pages: 197Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: ARVO AbstractsTitle of Entry: The Closed Lid Condition: Oxygen AvailabilityRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M. and Roscoe, W.RPublication date: January 1978Publisher: Sarasota, FLRIV Pages: 118Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: ARVO AbstractsTitle of Entry: Human Tear Osmotic Pressure: Diurnal Variations and the Closed Eye EnvironmentRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M. and Terry, J.EPublication date: January 1977Publisher: Sarasota, FLRIV Pages: 5Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Proceedings of the Interdisiplinary Conference on Contact LensesTitle of Entry: The Physiology and Chemistry of the Tears: Inside the Contact Lens SystemRIV Author(s): Hill, R.MPublication date: January 1976Publisher: The City University, LondonType of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: ARVO AbstractsTitle of Entry: Tear pH: Chamber Microanalysis of Hard and Soft Contact Lens WearersRIV Author(s): Dr Richard M HillPublication date: January 1976Publisher: Sarasota, FLRIV Pages: 51Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: ARVO AbstractsTitle of Entry: Ion and Osmotic Pressure Effects of Contact Lenses on the TearsRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M., Schmidt, P.P. and Terry, J.EPublication date: January 1975Publisher: Sarasota MeetingRIV Pages: 23Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: East Central Section Meeting of Assoc. for Research in Ophth.Title of Entry: Quantifying Epithelial Healing onf the Cornea IN VIVORIV Author(s): Hill, R.M. and Keates, R.HPublication date: January 1968Publisher: The Ohio State University, Columbus, OhioType of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Title of Publication: Assoc. Res. in Vision & Ophthal. AbstractsTitle of Entry: Disturbances of Human Tear GlucoseRIV Author(s): Hill, R.M and Daum, K.MRIV Pages: 76Type of Work: AbstractReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100

Chapters

  • Chapter Title: Lens Solution ChemistryBook Title: Clinical Contact Lens PracticeRIV Chapter Authors: Carney, L.G., Barr, J.T. and Hill, R.MRIV Editors: J.B. Lippincott Co.Publication Status: PublishedPublication date: January 1991Publisher: PhiladelphiaReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Chapter Title: Buffering Responses Observed for Human TearsBook Title: The Preocular Tear Film in Health, Diseases and Contact Lens WearRIV Chapter Authors: Mauger, T.F. and Hill, R.MRIV Editors: F.J. HollyPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: January 1986Publisher: The Dry Eye Institute, Lubbock, TXReviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100
  • Chapter Title: The Corneal Environment: Osmotic ResponsesBook Title: Frontiers in Visual ScienceRIV Chapter Authors: Hill, R.M and Terry, J.ERIV Editors: S. Cool and E.L. SmithPublication Status: PublishedPublication date: January 1978Publisher: Springer-Verlag, New YorkRIV Pages: 19-21Reviewed Item?: falsePercent Authorship: 100