Abstract # P-130 Comparison of the Diaton Transpalpebral Tonometer Versus Goldmann Applanation

Davidson, Richard
Aurora, CO, USA

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About the Presenter:
Doctor Richard S. Davidson joined the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2002 as a specialist in cataract, corneal and refractive surgery. He is an Assistant Professor and the Medical Director for the faculty practice at the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute.

Dr. Davidson attended Hahnemann University School of Medicine, in Philadelphia, Pa., from which he graduated in 1997. While there, he was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society. He then completed his residency at the world-renown Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, where he was elected by his peers and supervisors to serve as Chief Resident his final year.

In 2002, Dr. Davidson completed his fellowship in cornea, external disease and refractive surgery with Drs. Mark Mannis and Ivan Schwab at the University of California, Davis.

Since joining the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Dr. Davidson has presented his research and has given instructional courses at conferences nationally and internationally and authored book chapters and other publications on his specialty. He is actively involved in ongoing clinical research, collaborates in national FDA trials, and is regularly asked by the Colorado media to comment on ophthalmology-related issues.

His expertise includes small incision, no-stitch cataract surgery, corneal transplantation and refractive procedures such as LASIK and PRK. Dr. Davidson is also the co-medical director of the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank.

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Davidson, Richard S.; Faberowski, Nicholas ; Noecker, Robert J.; Kahook, Malik Y.

Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute
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