One of our main goals is to develop storage and transport technology for cultured stem cells of various origins. We anticipate this technology will be increasingly in demand as research in regenerative medicine becomes common practice. Improved treatment for patients with dry eye disease is another research focus, based on analyses of clinical data. Treatment of eye disease at the front and back of the eye is also an important part of our work, especially treatment of limbal stem cell deficiency using alternative cell types, such as cultured epidermal and oral mucosal cells. Isolation and culture of epidermal keratinocytes is thus a recent area of research interest. We specialize in stem cell research mainly in the areas of eye and skin.
Transepithelial Topography-Guided Ablation Assisted by Epithelial Thickness Mapping for Treatment of Regression After Myopic Refractive Surgery
J Refract Surg, 35 (8), 525-533
Tear Metabolomics in Dry Eye Disease: A Review
Int J Mol Sci, 20 (15)
Proteomic and histopathological characterisation of sicca subjects and primary Sjögren's syndrome patients reveals promising tear, saliva and extracellular vesicle disease biomarkers
Arthritis Res Ther, 21 (1), 181