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Ke Shi, MD, MS
Associate Research Scholar
KShi
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Mailing Address:
941 Stanton L. Young Blvd., BSEB 334
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Telephone:
(405) 271-8000 ext. 47714
Fax:
(405) 271-3973
Email: ke-shi@ouhsc.edu  

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Research Interests

  1. Pathogenic mechanisms of diabetic retinopathy
  2. Conditional gene expression

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Education

2007 MD - Medicine, Nanchang University, China
2010 MS - Ophthalmology, Nanchang University, China

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Recent Publications
 

Shi K, Wang CY, and Peng AM. (2010). A report of familial primary open-angle glaucoma. Chinese Ophthalmic Research. 28(10):1002.

Wang CY, Hu XY, Peng AM, and Shi K. (2010). Effects of antisense oligonucleotides targeting connective tissue growth factor on cicatrization after glaucoma filtration surgery in rabbit. Chinese Ophthalmic Research. 28(10):937~940.

Shi K, Wang CY, and Peng AM. (2010). Analysis of clinical and inheritance features of a familial primary open-angle glaucoma. Shandong Medical Journal. 50(18):99~100.

Shi K, and Wang CY. (2009). Pathogenic genes of primary open angle glaucoma. Chinese Journal of Practical Ophthalmology. 21(5):70~74.

Shi K, and Wang CY. (2009). The application of Photoshop in the splice of FFA images. Chinese Ophthalmic Research. 27(11):1047~1049.

Yang YL, Shi K, and Gong GF. (2009). Nursing of patients of neovascular glaucoma treated with Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation. Practical Clinical Medicine.10(10):115~116.

Xiong ZY, Zhou H, and Shi K. (2009). Retrograde intubation procedure for the treatment of chronic dacryocystitis and dacryocystorhinostenosis. Acta Academiae Medicinae Jiangxi. 49(10):52~54.

 

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