Ophthalmology And Visual Sciences

Chris A. Johnson, MSc, PhD, Dsc

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Director, Visual Field Reading Center
Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

Contact Information

Primary Office: B150  MTF
2501 Crosspark Road
Coralville, IA 52241-3210
Primary Office Phone: 319-356-0384

Office: 11196F PFP
200 Hawkins Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52242

Email: chris-a-johnson@uiowa.edu

Education

PhD, Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
BA, Psychology, University of Oregon
MSc, Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
DSc, State University of New York

Post Doctoral, Ophthalmology Research, University of Florida
Post Doctoral, Ophthalmology Research, University of California

Research Summary

I am currently the director of the Visual Field Reading Center at the University of Iowa. I have skills in the evaluation and interpretation of visual field information, and in determining the relationship between optic disc hemorrhages and visual field loss. I have maintained a long-standing interest in structure-function relationships in glaucoma.

Selected Publications

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Gardiner S, Demirel S, Johnson C, Swanson W.  Assessment of linear-scale indices for perimetry in terms of progression in early glaucoma.  Vision Res.  2011 August 15. 51(16):1801-10.
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Anderson A, Johnson C, Werner J.  Measuring visual function in age-related macular degeneration with frequency-doubling (matrix) perimetry.  Optom Vis Sci.  2011 July. 88(7):806-15.
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Gardiner S, Demirel S, Johnson C.  Perimetric indices as predictors of future glaucomatous functional change.  Optom Vis Sci.  2011 January. 88(1):56-62.
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Artes P, Chauhan B, Keltner J, Cello K, Johnson C, Anderson D, Gordon M, Kass M.  Longitudinal and cross-sectional analyses of visual field progression in participants of the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study.  Arch Ophthalmol.  2010 December. 128(12):1528-32.
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Terry A, Paulose-Ram R, Tilert T, Johnson C, Zhang X, Lee P, Saaddine J.  The methodology of visual field testing with frequency doubling technology in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005-2006.  Ophthalmic Epidemiol.  2010 December. 17(6):411-21.
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O'Leary N, Crabb D, Mansberger S, Fortune B, Twa M, Lloyd M, Kotecha A, Garway-Heath D, Cioffi G, Johnson C.  Glaucomatous progression in series of stereoscopic photographs and Heidelberg retina tomograph images.  Arch Ophthalmol.  2010 May. 128(5):560-8.
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Kass M, Gordon M, Gao F, Heuer D, Higginbotham E, Johnson C, Keltner J, Miller J, Parrish R, Wilson M.  Delaying treatment of ocular hypertension: the ocular hypertension treatment study.  Arch Ophthalmol.  2010 March. 128(3):276-87.
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Keltner J, Johnson C, Cello K, Dontchev M, Gal R, Beck R.  Visual field profile of optic neuritis: a final follow-up report from the optic neuritis treatment trial from baseline through 15 years.  Arch Ophthalmol.  2010 March. 128(3):330-7.
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Zeppieri M, Brusini P, Parisi L, Johnson C, Sampaolesi R, Salvetat M.  Pulsar perimetry in the diagnosis of early glaucoma.  Am J Ophthalmol.  2010 January. 149(1):102-12.
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Wall M, Johnson C, Kardon R, Crabb D.  Use of a continuous probability scale to display visual field damage.  Arch Ophthalmol.  2009 June. 127(6):749-56.
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Date Last Modified: 08/22/2013 - 13:30:27