Larry Allen Abel

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CURRICULUM VITAE, Larry Allen Abel, PhD

ADDRESS:  

Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences, University of Melbourne, 4th floor, Alice Hoy Building, Monash Road, Melbourne 3010

 

PHONES:  Office:  (03) 8344 7007; Mobile: 0414 926 910    FAX:  (03) 9035 9905

E-MAIL:  label@unimelb.edu.au

 

EDUCATION:

Carnegie Mellon University, B.Sc. Electrical Engineering (electronics), 1971, Pittsburgh, PA                   

Carnegie Mellon University, M.Sc. Electrical Engineering (bioengineering), 1972                               

Carnegie Mellon University, Ph.D. Electrical EngineeringBioengineering, 1976

 

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING:

Bascom Palmer Eye Institute and Ocular Motor Neurophysiology Lab, Miami, FL, VA Hospital, July 1976-June 1978

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

December 2013—present: Associate Professor, University of Melbourne, Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences

July 2004—December 2013: Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne, Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences

 

June 1996-June 2004: Associate Professor, La Trobe University, School of Orthoptics

     

Sep. 1990-June 1996: Associate Professor, Indiana University, Departments of Ophthalmology and Physiology & Biophysics

      

Mar. 1993-June 1996: Adjunct Associate Professor, Purdue Univ. at Indianapolis, Dep't of Electrical Engineering    

 

July 1986Sep. 1990: Associate Professor, University of Akron, Department of Biomedical Engineering

 

July 1980June 1986: Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Department of Neurology;

Assistant Professor of Neurology in Biomedical Engineering, Dep't of Biomedical Engineering   

   

July 1979June 1980: Research Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Neurology

 

July 1978June 1979: Research Associate, University of Pittsburgh, Department of Neurology   

 

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology

Society for Neuroscience

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Neuro-ophthalmology Society of Australia

Australian Neuroscience Society

 

HONORS:

Tau Beta Pi (engineering honorary)

ARVO Silver Fellow, 2010

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

University of Melbourne:

800-100 Seeing: The whole picture (University Breadth Subject) (3 lectures, 2 fusion panels)

655-111 How the eye sees the world (5 lectures)

655-152 Optics: From rainbows to digital imaging (co-coordinator; 18 lectures, 6 pracs)

655-202 Optical systems, (Subject coordinator & lecturer) (26 lectures, 6 pracs)

655-321 Practical problems in vision (facilitated problem-based learning group)

655-312 Research project B (supervised 3rd year research project)

655-330 Functional disorders of vision (7 lectures)

655-461 Assessment of ocular disease (2 tutorials)

1st year Doctor of Optometry—Integrated Ophthalmic Sciences (18 lectures, 4 pracs)

2nd year Doctor of Optometry—Applied Clinical Training (10 lectures, 4 CALs)

OPTO90015, Neural  disorders of vision. Component of PGDACO

 

 A.  Postgraduate subjects, previous positions:

 University of Akron: Natural and Artificial Vision Systems, Physiology of the Nervous System

 B.  Undergraduate subjects, previous positions:

University of Akron:  Circuits II, Physiology--neurophysiology component

La Trobe University: Biomedical Instrumentation, Optics & Vision--physical optics component,

 Retina--retinal anatomy & physiology component, Neuro-ophthalmological disorders, Anatomy & physiology of the visual pathway & visual perception component, Eye movement control

 

TEACHING DEVELOPMENT:

Co-developer:

800-100 Seeing: The whole picture (University Breadth Subject)

OPTO90015, Neural  disorders of vision (component of MClinOptom)

 

RESEARCH SUPERVISION:

University of Melbourne:

Honours & PGDip students supervised:

2005: Eva Lam, Rogan Fraser

2006: Huong Nguyen

2007: Sheng Tong Lin, Tony Nguyen

 

MPhil and PhD students supervised by year of commencement (current cohort: 5 PhD students):

2005: Kwang Cham (principal supervisor), Lauren Ayton (principal supervisor), Josephine Li (co-supervisor), All completed.

2006: Elizabeth Bowman (principal supervisor, completed)

2010: Marzieh Salehi (PhD, completed 2017)

2012: Elham Azizi, Andrea Phillipou (PhD, completed 2015), Amanda Douglas (MPhil)

2013: Amanda Douglas (upgraded MPhil to PhD, completed 2017)

2016: Bing Dai

 

Prior research supervision:

PhD Theses directed:  4 completed (2004), La Trobe University, School of Orthoptics.

Masters Theses directed:  4 completed, Biomed. Engr., University of Akron; two completed, IUPUI Department of Electrical Engineering

Honours theses supervised:  9 completed, La Trobe University, School of Orthoptics.

Summer Student Research, Indiana University School of Medicine:  3 graduate and 1 medical students supervised, Summer, 1991; 1 graduate student, Summer, 1992, 3 medical students, Summer, 1993.

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

University of Melbourne:

· Faculty of Science R&I Committee, 2010

· Science First Year Transition Working Group, 2010-2011

In the Department of Optometry and Vision Sciences:

· Postgraduate coordinator, 2004-2008

· Honours coordinator, 2006-2008

· Seminar coordinator, 2006-2008

· Member, Curriculum committee (ongoing)

· Member, Research & Research Training Committee, 2010

· Postgraduate coordinator, 2014--present

La Trobe University:

· Faculty of Health Sciences Research Committee, 1996-2004

· Faculty of Health Sciences Higher Degrees (Research) Committee, 1997-2004

· School of Orthoptics Honours and Postgraduate Coordinator, 1996-8

· School of Orthoptics Postgraduate Coordinator, 1999—2004

Indiana University:

Faculty Senate, 1994-1996

 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

 

Outside reviewer for funding bodies:

· NIH Study Section service:

o Ad hoc member (multiple times):  

o Psychopathology and Clinical Biology--2 (later Clinical Neuroscience and Biological Psychopathology) study section, National Institute of Mental Health

o B/START program, National Institute for Neurological Disease and Stroke

o Full Member, Clinical Neuroscience and Biological Psychopathology Review Committee, National Institute of Mental Health, NIH, August 20, 1993-June 30, 1996 (terminated by departure for Australia).

· National Science Foundation

· Veterans Administration (Merit Review)

· Brooklyn College

· National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada

· The National Institute for Psychobiology in Israel

· NHMRC

· Swiss National Science Foundation

· Fight for Sight (UK)

Member, Program Planning Committee, Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, May, 1993-May, 1996. (Committee Chair, 1996)

Editorial board member: Strabismus (2006--), Frontiers in Neuro-Ophthalmology (2013--)

Journal referee:  


Vision:  

· Vision Research

· Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

· Journal of Vision

· American Journal of Ophthalmology

· Documenta Ophthalmologica

· British Journal of Ophthalmology

· Optometry and Visual Science

· Journal of AAPOS

· Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology

· Clinical & Experimental Optometry

Neurology/neuroscience:   

· Neurology

· Annals of Neurology

· Archives of Neurology

· Experimental Brain Research

· Neurobiology of Aging

· The ScientificWorld

· Frontiers in Neuro-ophthalmology

Psychiatry & psychology:  

· American Journal of Psychiatry

· Archives of General Psychiatry

· Biological Psychiatry

· Journal of Abnormal Psychology

· Neuropsychopharmacology

· Psychophysiology

· Schizophrenia Bulletin

· Schizophrenia Research

· Frontiers in Psychiatry

Biomedical engineering:  

· IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

· IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering

ENT:  

· Annals of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology

· Journal of Vestibular Research


 

RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS:

University of Melbourne:

· Faculty of Science, Minor-medium equipment grant scheme: $22,000 towards purchase of Tobii 1750 video eyetracker (2005).

· Consultancy (central assessor, eye movements, for miglustat clinical trials), Actelion Pharmaceuticals, Basel, Switzerland:  $48,200, 2005, $15,000 2006.

· Hardware support grant, Actelion Pharmaceuticals, Basel, Switzerland, $44,000, 2009

· Consultancy, eye movement recording services to ophthalmologists and hospitals, $2,500, 2005, $1700, 2006, $1500, 2007, $1615, 2008, $2200, 2011.

· Consultancy, expert witness testimony, $2,200, 2005.

· Consultancy, Department of Computer Science, RMIT, for eye tracking services, $5,000, 2006.

· Victorian Neurotrauma Initiative, “Can eye movements predict persistent problems after mild head injury in children?” $332,000, 2009-2012.

· DSO National Laboratories, Singapore: “Fatigue study: Pupil and eye movement behaviours as indicators of fatigue” $120,000, 2010-2012

· Jack Brockhoff Foundation: “Investigating the neurobiological and cognitive features of Anorexia Nervosa” $26,973. 2012

· DSO National Laboratories, Singapore: “Eye tracking analysis and marksmanship performance—InSPECTS” $133,910.00, 2014-2015.

· DSO National Laboratories, Singapore: “Pupil ocular prediction preceding microsleep onset”. $114,824, 2015-2016.

· Melbourne Neuroscience Institute - Interdisciplinary Seed Funding Scheme: “Optimising visual attention in children with autism spectrum disorder: a comparison of singing and speech.” Dr. Grace Thompson, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, CI-A, $10,000.

· Defence Science and Technology Group, Melbourne: “Tolerance limits for optical misalignment in binocular night vision devices”, $100,400, 2016-2018.

· Vitesse/Scuampo Pharmaceuticals: “Response to cyclodextrin in older Niemann-Pick type C patients”, A/Prof Mark Walterfang, Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre,  CI-A, $140,059, 2017-2018.

 

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La Trobe University:

· Australian Research Council:  “Changes in eye movement control as indicators of cognitive changes in ageing,” Chief Investigator,  1/1/97-31/12/98, $16,500 year 1, $5,000 year 2

· La Trobe University SCAEF program, 1996:  “Integrated suite of equipment for video-based behavioural analysis,”$120,000 (Drs. Omodei, Abel, Unsworth, Doyle and Kashima).

· Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Research Institute:  “Visual acuity and congenital nystagmus: effects of visual effort,” 1997, Chief Investigator, $9,760.

· La Trobe University Industry Collaborative Grant:  “Effects of congenital and acquired ocular motor abnormalities on visual perception in adults,” 1997, Chief Investigator, $10,000.

· Jack Brockhoff Foundation:  “Studies in paediatric ocular motility disorders,” 1997, Chief Investigator, $14,000.

· Australian Research Council:  “Effects of ageing on the accuracy of eye movements to tactile stimuli,” Chief Investigator, 1/1/98-31/12/98, $5,000.

· Australian Research Council:  “Characterisation of eye movements to and fixation of tactile stimuli in the absence of central vision,” Chief Investigator, 1/1/00—31/12/01, $41,500, year 1, $37,500, year 2.

· Faculty of Health Sciences:  “Ethanol and saccadic eye movements:  expectancies and outcomes,” Chief Investigator, 1/1/00—31/12/00, $8,320.

· Faculty of Health Sciences:  Fruitful errors:  How inappropriate saccades on the delayed response task provide insight into early and late stages of gaze control. 1/1/01—31/12/02, $7,000

In the United States:

· Principal Investigator, Effects of Age on Human Ocular Motor Performance. Health Research and Services Foundation Pittsburgh, PA, Grant No. Vl, $9,000.  June, 1979 July, 1980.

· CoPrincipal Investigator, Effects of Age and Neurologic Disease on Human Ocular Motor Performance, US  Veterans Administration Merit Review, $160,560.  October, 1982 July, 1983.

· Principal Investigator, VA Merit Review (see above), July, 1983 October, 1986.

· Principal Investigator, Changes in Ocular Motor Control with Age and Psychiatric Disease, VA Merit Review, $150,000. October 1986 (terminated upon departure from VA).

· Principal Investigator, Visuomotor Processing in Eye Movement Control. Calhoun Charitable Trust, 5/6/885/5/89, $5000; 1/26/891/25/90, $2500.

· Principal Investigator, Ocular Motor Control Disorders in Psychiatric Disease. Scottish Rite Masonic Schizophrenia Research Program, 8/1/887/31/90, $43,104.

· University of Akron Summer Faculty Research Fellowship: Changes in smooth eye movement control with age:  alterations in visual perception and motor output.  $4500.  JuneAugust, 1987.

· University of Akron Faculty Research Grant:  A lowcost communications system for the totally paralyzed.  $2260.  JanuaryDecember, 1989.

· National Science Foundation:  "Perceptual and Motor Control Mechanisms in Visual Tracking," 9/1/92-8/31/95, Principal Investigator.  $60,000/yr.

· National Institutes of Health:  "Biology of hereditary PrP amyloidosis with tangles," 7/1/91-11/30/94, Principal Investigator, Bernardino Ghetti, M.D.;  Co-Investigator, Larry Abel, Ph.D., $3,900/yr.

· National Institutes of Health:  "Center On Genetic Determinants of Alcohol Ingestion," 12/01/92-11/30/97, Principal Investigator, T-K Li, M.D.; Co-Investigator, Larry Abel, Ph.D., $4490/yr.

 

INVITED NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS  

1. International Conference on Psychophysiology, Porto Carras, Greece, August, 1994:  Eye movements as genetic markers for schizophrenia:  What do we know and where do we go?

2. World Health Organisation Symposium on Cognitive Dysfunction for Schizophrenia, Its Detection and Clinical Significance, Cairns, June, 1996:  Ocular motor abnormalities as genetic markers for schizophrenia.

3. Orthoptic Association of Australia, Perth, November, 1996: 1) Eye movements as indicators of cognitive dysfunction and 2) Eye movement changes with ageing.

4. Neuro-ophthalmology Society of Australia, Melbourne, November, 1999: Congenital forms of nystagmus:  What can you see in the eyes and what can you see in recordings of them?

5. International Congress of Ophthalmology, Sydney, April 2002: Nystagmus waveforms:  How to classify them, why we should care about them, and how to record them.

6. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, Melbourne, November, 2003: Symposium Organiser:  Visuomotor Processing—Perception, Programming and Problems.

7. International Orthoptics Congress, Melbourne, November, 2004: Perceptual and functional consequences of congenital nystagmus: Implications for management.

8. 1st International Workshop on Congenital Nystagmus, Abington, UK, September, 2005: Does wanting to see it make it harder to see?  Influences of stress and attention on congenital nystagmus.

9. XVIth International Neuro-ophthalmology Society Meeting Tokyo, Japan, December, 2006: Strabismus—its influence upon infantile forms of nystagmus.

10. Advances in Understanding Mechanisms and Treatment of Congenital Forms of Nystagmus, Cleveland, Ohio, May, 2007:  Internal and external influences on foveation and perception in infantile nystagmus

11. Asia-ARVO, Hyderabad, India, January 2009: Assessment of congenital nystagmus: Can we connect the clinic to the real world?

12. 2nd International Workshop on Nystagmus, Abington, UK, September, 2009: Stress and motivation as modulators of ocular motor pathways in INS

13. Neuro-ophthalmology Society of Australia, Christchurch, NZ, September 2010: 1) Reflexive and volitional saccades in patients with Niemann-Pick Disease Type C treated with Miglustat and 2) OKN suppression as a reflection of divided attention: Attending moving or complex features impairs suppression more.

14. Basic and clinical ocular motor and vestibular research, a Tribute to John Leigh, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 2011: Characteristics of horizontal reflexive and volitional saccades in Niemann-Pick Type C disease.

15. 4th Niemann-Pick C Symposium, Athens, Greece, 24-25 March, 2012: Saccadic eye movement disorders in Niemann-Pick C.

16. European Neurological Society Satellite Symposium on Niemann-Pick Type C, Prague, Czech Republic, June 2012: Slowing progression of NP-C: The effect of Miglustat on the pathophysiological correlates of NP-C.

17. Southern Regional Conference and Trade Exhibition, Melbourne, June 2013: Unusual eye movements: identification and management.

18. 6th Niemann-Pick C Symposium, Frankfurt, Germany, 11-12 May, 2014: Effect of miglustat on pathophysiological measures of efficacy.

19. 3rd World Congress of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 4-6 September, 2015, Barcelona, Spain: 1) Nystagmus in the clinic and the world: internal and external influences on eye movements and vision in infantile nystagmus, with implications for assessment of treatment and 2) Beyond visual acuity and face turn: how can we better assess infantile nystagmus?

20. 14th Hong Kong Optometric Conference, 10 November 2016: How can advanced eye tracking technology improve our clinical diagnosis for patients with ocular motor problems?

21. 4th World Congress of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 1-4 December, 2017, Hyderabad, India: Beyond the eye chart: towards more comprehensive evaluation of infantile nystagmus.

 

PUBLICATIONS: (N.B.: citation data from Google Scholar and impact factor data from ISI unless otherwise noted).

      A.  Books None

      B.  Refereed Journal Articles

1.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A., and Daroff, R.B.:  "Inverse Latent" Macro Square Wave Jerks and Macro Saccadic Oscillations.  Ann. Neurol.  1977; 2:5760. Abel contribution: 30% Dell’Osso & Daroff: collaborators/post-doc supervisors. 44 citations. 5 year impact factor 10.13

2.  Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Daroff, R.B.:  An Analog Model of Gazeevoked Nystagmus.  IEEE Trans. Biomed. Engr. 1978; BME25:7175. Abel contribution: 60%. Dell’Osso & Daroff: collaborators/post-doc supervisors. 37 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.35.

3.  Abel, L.A., and Quick, R.F.:  Wiener Analysis of Grating Contrast Judgments.  Vision Research 1978; 18:10311039. Abel contribution: 70%. Quick: PhD supervisor. 3 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.38.

4.  Zahn, J.R., Abel, L.A., and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  Audioocular Response Characteristics.  Sensory Processes 1978; 2:3237. Abel contribution: 35%. Zahn, collaborator, Dell’Osso, post-doc supervisor. 74 citations, impact factor N/A (journal ceased publication).

5.  Abel, L.A., Parker, L., Daroff, R.B., and Dell'Osso, L.F.: Endpoint Nystagmus.  Invest. Ophthalmol. 1978; 17:539544. Abel contribution: 35%. Parker, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 18 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

6.  Abel, L.A., Schmidt, D., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Daroff, R.B.: Saccadic System Plasticity in Humans.  Ann. Neurol. 1978; 4:313318. Abel contribution: 50%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 120 citations, 5 year impact factor 10.13

7.  Abel, L.A., Daroff, R.B., and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  Horizontal Pursuitdefect Nystagmus.  Ann. Neurol. 1979; 5:449452. Abel contribution: 35%. Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 23 citations, 5 year impact factor 10.13

8.  Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., Daroff, R.B., and Parker, L.: Saccades in Extremes of Lateral Gaze.  Invest. Ophthalmol. 1979; 18:324327. Abel contribution: 35%. Parker, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 24 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

9.  Schmidt, D., Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Daroff, R.B.:  Saccadic Velocity Characteristics:  Intrinsic Variability and Fatigue.  Aviat. Space and Envir. Med. 1979; 50:393395. Abel contribution: 35%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 108 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.94

10.  Zahn, J.R., Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Daroff, R.B.: The Audioocular Response:  Intersensory Delay.  Sensory Processes 1979; 3:6066 Abel contribution: 35%. Zahn, collaborator, Dell’Osso, post-doc supervisor. 27 citations, impact factor N/A (journal ceased publication).

11.  Schmidt, D., Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A., and Daroff, R.B.:  Plastische und Dynamische Veranderungen des Sakkadischen Systems bei Augenmuskenparesen.  Ber. Dtsch. Ophthalmol. Ges. 1979; 76:701704. Abel contribution: 15%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. Citation data N/A.

12.  Elterman, R.D., Abel, L.A., Daroff, R.B., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Bornstein, J.:  Eye Movement Patterns in Dyslexic Children. J. Learning Disabilities 1980; 13:1116. Abel contribution: 20%. Elterman & Bornstein, collaborators, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 34 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.74.

13.  Troost, B.T., Martinez, J.A., Abel, L.A., and Heros, R.C.: Upbeat Nystagmus and Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia with Brainstem Glioma.  Arch. Neurol. 1980; 68:378389. Abel contribution, 20%. Troost, Martinez & Heros, collaborators. 51 citations, 5 year impact factor 6.63.

14.  Schmidt, D., Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A., and Daroff, R.B.:  Myasthenia Gravis:  Saccadic Eye Movement Waveforms. Exp. Neurol. 1980; 68:346364. Abel contribution: 25%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 47 citations, 5 year impact factor 4.27.

15.  Schmidt, D., Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A., and Daroff, R.B.:  Myasthenia Gravis:  Dynamic Changes in Saccadic Waveforms, Gain and Velocity.  Exp. Neurol. 1980; 68:365377. Abel contribution, 30%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 41 citations, 5 year impact factor 4.27.

16.  Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., Schmidt, D., and Daroff, R.B.:  Myasthenia Gravis:  Analog Computer Model. Exp.Neurol. 1980; 68:378389. Abel contribution, 40%. Schmidt, collaborator, Dell’Osso & Daroff,  post-doc supervisors. 29 citations, 5 year impact factor 4.27.

17.  Abel, L.A., Wall, III, C., Troost, B.T., and Black, F.O.: Dependence of Optokinetic Nystagmus Characteristics upon Recording Techniques.  Aviat. Space and Envir. Med. 1980; 51:11121113. Abel contribution, 35%. Wall, Troost & Black, collaborators. 1 citation, 5 year impact factor 0.94.

18.  Troost, B.T., Abel, L.A., Noreika, J. and Genovese, F.M.: Acquired Cyclic Esotropia in an Adult.  Am. J. Ophthalmol. 1981; 91:813. Abel contribution, 15%. Troost, Noreika and Genovese, collaborators. 28 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.47

19.  Abel, L.A., Troost, B.T., and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  The Effects of Age on Normal Saccadic Characteristics and Their Variability.  Vision Res. 1983; 23:3337. Abel contribution, 50%. Troost & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 130 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.38.

20.  Abel, L.A., Traccis, S., Dell'Osso, L.F., and Ansevin, C.F.: Variable Waveforms in Downbeat Nystagmus Imply Shortterm Gain Changes.  Ann. Neurol. 1983; 13:616620. Abel contribution: 35%. Traccis, Dell’Osso & Ansevin, collaborators. 22 citations, 5 year impact factor 10.13.

21.  Lavin, P.J.M., Traccis, S., Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A., and Ellenberger, C.:  Downbeat Nystagmus with a Pseudocycloid Waveform:  Improvement with Baseout Prisms.  Ann.Neurol. 1983; 13:621624. Abel contribution, 30%. Lavin, Traccis, Dell’Osso & Ellenberger, collaborators. 39 citations, 5 year impact factor 10.13.

 22.  Hershey, L.A., Whicker, Jr. L., Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F., Traccis, S. and Grossniklaus, D.:  Saccadic Latency Measurements in Dementing Illnesses.  Arch. Neurol. 1983; 40:592 593. Abel contribution: 25%. Hershey, Whicker, Dell’Osso, Traccis & Grossniklaus, collaborators. 27 citations, 5 year impact factor 6.63.

23.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Ayyar, D.R., Daroff, R.B. and Abel, L.A.: Edrophonium Test in EatonLambert Syndrome:  Quantitative Oculography.  Neurology 1983; 33:11571163. Abel contribution: 15%. Dell’Osso, Ayyar & Daroff, collaborators. 23 citations, 5 year impact factor, 7.52

24.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Traccis, S. and Abel, L.A.:  Strabismus- A Necessary Condition for Latent and Manifest Latent Nystagmus.  Neuroophthalmology 1983; 3:247257. Abel contribution: 25%. Dell’Osso & Traccis, collaborators. 34 citations, 5 year-impact factor 0.22

25.  Dell'Osso, L.F. Ellenberger, Jr., C., Abel, L.A. and Flynn, J.T.:  The Nystagmus Blockage Syndrome:  Congenital Nystagmus, Manifest Latent Nystagmus, or Both?  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1983; 24:15801587. Abel contribution: 25%. Dell’Osso, Ellenberger & Flynn, collaborators. 30 citations, 5-year impact factor 3.93.

26.  Traccis, S., Abel, L.A. and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  AudioOcular Response:  Saccadic Programming. Aviat. Space Environ. Med. 1984; 55:735739. Abel contribution, 15%: Traccis & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 10 citations, 5 year impact factor, 0.94.

27.  Abel, L.A., Traccis, S., Dell'Osso, L.F., Daroff, R.B. and Troost, B.T.:  Square Wave Oscillation:  The Relationship of Saccadic Intrusions and Oscillations.  Neuroophthalmology 1984; 4:2125. Abel contribution: 35%. Traccis, Dell’Osso, Daroff & Troost, collaborators. 28 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

28.  Thurston, S.E., Leigh, R.J., Abel, L.A. and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  Slow Saccades and Hypometria in Anticonvulsant Toxicity.  Neurology  1984; 34:15931596. Abel contribution: 25%. Thurston, Leigh & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 14 citations, 5 year impact factor 6.63.

 29.  Whicker, L., Abel, L.A. and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements in the Parents of Schizophrenics. Neuroophthalmology 1985; 5:18. Abel contribution: 40%. Whicker, medical student researcher, Dell’Osso, collaborator. 41 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22

30.  Cannon, S.C., Leigh, R.J., Zee, D.S. and Abel, L.A.:  The Effect of the Rotational Magnification of Corrective Spectacles on the Quantitative Evaluation of the VOR.  Acta Otolaryngol. Scand. 1985; 100:8188. Abel contribution: 15%. Cannon, Leigh & Zee, collaborators. 34 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.31.

31.  Abel, L.A.:  Saccadic Deterioration in Spinocerebellar Degeneration.  Neuroophthalmology 1985; 5:145153. Abel contribution, 100%. 5 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

32.  Kaufman, S.R. and Abel, L.A.:  The Effects of Distraction on Smooth Pursuit in Normal Subjects.  Acta Otolaryngol. Scand. 1986; 102:5764 Abel contribution: 60%. Kaufman, medical student researcher. 54 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.31.

33.  Abel, L.A., Traccis, S., Troost, B.T. and Dell'Osso, L.F.: Saccadic Trajectories Change with Amplitude, Not Time.   Neuroophthalmology 1987; 7:309314. Abel contribution: 35%. Traccis, Troost & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22 (Google Scholar).

34.  Abel, L.A.:  Measuring Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement in Psychiatric Populations (letter).  Am. J. Psychiat. 1986; 143:111. Abel contribution: 100%. 6 citations, 5 year impact factor, 11.87

35.  Abel, L.A. and Ziegler, A.S.:  Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements in SchizophrenicsWhat Constitutes Quantitative Assessment?  Biol. Psychiatry 1988; 24:747761. Abel contribution: 70%. Ziegler, undergraduate student researcher. 102 citations, 5 year impact factor 9.44  

36.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A. and Daroff, R.B.: Latent/Manifest Latent Nystagmus Reversal Using an Ocular Prosthesis:  Implications for Vision and Ocular Dominance. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1987; 28:18731876. Abel contribution, 35%. Dell’Osso & Daroff, collaborators. 25 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

37.  Abel, L.A., Dell'Osso, L.F. and Rustad L.:  Changes in Saccadic Characteristics Over Time in Alzheimer’s Dementia and Huntington’s Disease.  Neuroophthalmology 1988; 8:307315. Abel contribution: 35%. Dell’Osso & Rustad, collaborators. 1 citation, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

38.  Thurston, S.E., Leigh, R.J., Abel, L.A. and Dell'Osso, L.F.:  Hyperactive VestibuloOcular Reflex in Cerebellar Degeneration: Pathogenesis and Treatment.  Neurology 1987; 37:5357. Abel contribution: 10%. Thurston, Leigh & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 33 citations, 5 year impact factor 6.63.

39.  Grossman, G.E., Leigh, R.J., Abel, L.A., Lanska, D.J. and Thurston, S.E.:  Frequency and Velocity of Rotational Head Perturbations  During Locomotion.  Exp. Brain Res, 1988; 70:470476. Abel contribution: 15%.  Grossman, Leigh, Lanska & Thurston, collaborators. 274 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.4.

40.  Hertle, R.W., Tabuchi, A., Dell'Osso, L.F., Abel, L.A. and Weissman, B.M.:  Saccadic Oscillations and Intrusions Preceding the Postnatal Appearance of Congenital Nystagmus.  Neuroophthalmology 1988; 8:3742. Abel contribution: 25%. Hertle, medical student researcher, Tabuchi, Dell’Osso & Weissman, collaborators. 12 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

41.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Traccis, S., Abel, L.A. and Erzurum S.I.: Contact Lenses and Congenital Nystagmus.  Clin. Vis Sci. 1988; 3:229228. Abel contribution: 25%: Dell’Osso, Traccis & Erzurum, collaborators. 48 citations, Impact factor N/A (ceased publication).

42.  Abel, L.A. Ocular Oscillations:  Congenital and Acquired.  Bull. de la Soc. Belge d'Ophtalmol. 1990; 237:163-190. Abel contribution: 100%. 13 citations, Impact factor N/A.

43.  Abel, L.A., Friedman, L., Jesberger, J., Malki, A. and Meltzer, H.Y.:  Quantitative Assessment of Smooth Pursuit Gain and Catch-up Saccades in Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders.  Biol. Psychiatry 1991; 29:1063-1072. Abel contribution: 45%. Malki, MS student, Friedman, Jesberger & Meltzer, collaborators. 101 citations, 5 year impact factor 9.44

44.  Abel, L.A., Williams, I.M. and Levi, L.:  Intermittent Oscillopsia in a Case of Congenital Nystagmus:  Dependence upon Waveform.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1991; 32:3104-3108. Abel contribution: 50%. Williams & Levi, collaborators. 25 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

45.  Friedman, L., Jesberger, J.A., Abel, L.A. and Meltzer, H.Y.:  Catch-up Saccade Amplitude is Related to Square Wave Jerk Rate.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1992; 33:228-233. Abel contribution: 35%. Friedman, Jesberger, Meltzer, collaborators. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor, 3.93.

46.  Abel, L.A., Levin, S. and Holzman, P.S.:  Abnormalities of Smooth Pursuit and Saccadic Control in Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders.  Vision Res. 1992; 32:1009-1014. Abel contribution: 35%. Levin & Holzman, collaborators. 57 citations, 5 year impact factor, 2.38.

47.  Abel, L.A., Gibson, K., Williams, I.M. and Li, C.:  Asymmetric Smooth Pursuit Impairment and Nystagmus in Motor Neurone Disease.  Neuro-ophthalmology 1992; 12:197-206. Abel contribution: 40%. Gibson, Williams & Li, collaborators. 2 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

48.  Friedman, L.F., Abel, L.A., Jesberger, J.A., Malki, A. and Meltzer, H.Y.:  Saccadic Intrusions into Smooth Pursuit in Patients with Schizophrenia or Affective Disorder, and Normal Controls.  Biol. Psychiatry 1992; 31:1110-1118. Abel contribution: 35%. Malki, MS student, Frieman, Jesberger & Meltzer, collaborators. 33 citations, 5 year impact factor 9.44.

49.  Friedman, L.F., Abel, L.A., Jesberger, J.A., Malki, A., Brar, R. and Meltzer, H.Y.:  A Methodology for the Assessment of Smooth Pursuit Dysfunction.  Internat. J. Methods Psychiat. Res. 1992; 2:209-216. Abel contribution: 10%. Malki, MS student, Friedman, Jessberger, Brar & Meltzer, collaborators. 8 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.65

50.  Dell'Osso, L.F., Weissman, B.M., Leigh, R.J., Abel, L.A., and Sheth, N.V.:  Hereditary Congenital Nystagmus and Gaze-holding Failure:  The Role of the Neural Integrator.  Neurology 1993; 43:1741-1749. Abel contribution: 25%. Dell’Osso, Weissman, Leigh & Sheth, collaborators. 24 citations, 5 year impact factor 7.52.

51.  Bell, B.B., Abel, L.A., Li, W., Christian, J.C. and Yee, R.D.:  Concordance of Smooth Pursuit and Saccadic Measures in Normal Monozygotic Twin Pairs.  Biol. Psychiatry. 1994; 36:522-526. Abel contribution: 35%. Bell, medical student researcher, Li, Christian & Yee, collaborators. 13 citations, 5 year impact factor, 9.44.

52.  Yee, R.D.; Spiegel, P.H.; Yamada ,T.; Abel, L.A.; Suzuki, D.A.; Zee, D.S.: Voluntary Saccadic Oscillations, Resembling Ocular Flutter and Opsoclonus. J Neuroophthalmol, 1994; 14:95-101. Abel contribution: 10%. Yee, Spiegel, Yamada, Suzuki & Zee, collaborators. 8 citations, 5 year impact factor 0.22.

53.  Abel, L.A., Williams, I.M., Gibson, K.L. and Levi, L.:  Effects of Stimulus Velocity and Acceleration on Smooth Pursuit in Motor Neurone Disease.  J. Neurol. 1995; 242:419-424. Abel contribution: 25%. Williams, Gibson & Levi, collaborators. 8 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.45.

54.  Williams, I.M., Ponsford, J.L., Gibson, K.G., Mulhall, L, Curran C. and Abel, L.A.:  Cerebral Control of Saccades and Neuropsychological Test Results after Head Injury.  J. Clin. Neurosci. 1997; 4:186-196. Abel contribution: 30%. Williams, Ponsford, Gibson, Mullhall & Curran, collaborators. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.23.

55.  Gale, B.W., Abel, L.A., Christian, J.C., Sorbel, J. and Yee, R.D.:  Saccadic Characteristics of Mono and Dizygotic Twins before and after Alcohol Administration.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1996; 37:339-344. Abel contribution: 25%. Gale, Christian, Sorbel & Yee, collaborators. 13 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

56.  Aroni, R. and Abel, L.A.:  Moderate Vision Impairment and Children’s Health Rights: What Counts as Primary Health Care?  Austral. J. Primary Health—Interchange 1996; 2:29-38. Abel contribution: 30%. Citation data N/A.

57.  Blekher, T., Miller, K., Yee, R.D., Christian, J.C. and Abel, L.A.:  Smooth Pursuit in Twins Pre and Post Alcohol.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1997; 38:1768-1783. Abel contribution: 30%. Blekher, Miller, Yee & Christian, collaborators. 10 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

58.  Holzman, P.S., Levy, D.L., Matthysse, S.W. and Abel, L.A.:  Smooth Pursuit Eye Tracking in Twins.  A Critical Commentary [comment].  Arch. Gen. Psychiatry 1997; 54:429-431. Abel contribution: 25%. Holzman, Levy & Matthysse, collaborators. 8 citations, 5 year impact factor 15.62.

59.  Blekher, T., Yamada, T., Yee, R.D. and Abel, L.A.:  Effects of Acupuncture on Foveation Characteristics in Congenital Nystagmus.  British J. Ophthalmol. 1998; 82:115-120. Abel contribution, 30%. Blekher, Yamada & Yee, collaborators. 32 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.94

60.  Mulhall, L.E., Williams, I.M. and Abel, L.A.:  Bedside Tests Of Saccades After Head Injury.  J. Neuro-Ophthalmol. 1999; 19:160-165. Abel contribution: 30%. Mullhall & Williams, collaborators. 4 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.25.

61.  Sato, M., Kurachi, T. And Abel, L.A.:  Voluntary Nystagmus Associated With Accommodation Spasm. Jpn. J. Ophthalmol. 1999; 43:1-4. Abel contribution: 10%. Sato & Kurachi, collaborators. 2 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.21

62. Blekher, T., Christian, J.C., Abel, L.A. And Yee, R.D.:  Influences Of Chorion Type On Saccadic Eye Movements In Twins.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1998; 2186-2190. Abel contribution: 25%. Blekher, Christian & Yee, collaborators. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

64.  Blekher, T., Siemers, E., Abel, L.A. and Yee, R.D.:  Saccadic Eye Movements in Parkinson’s Disease: Before and After Pallidotomy.  Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2000; 41:2177-2183. Abel contribution: 40%. Blekher, Siemers & Yee, collaborators. 30 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.93.

65. Abel, L.A., Mulhall, L.E. and Williams, I.M.:  Transient Monocular Abduction on Upgaze with Impaired Downward Pursuit in Downgaze—A New Pattern of Misdirection?  Neuro-ophthalmol. 2000; 24:253-260. Abel contribution: 40%. Mullhall & Williams, collaborators. 0 citations, 5 year impact factor, 0.22

66.  Hall, E.C., Gordon, J., Abel, L.A., Hainline, L. and Abramov, I.:  Nystagmus Waveforms in Blindness.  Vis. Impair. Res. 2000; 2:65-73. Abel contribution: 25%. Hall, Gordon, Hainline & Abramov, collaborators. 5 citations, 5 year impact factor N/A.

67. Luu, C., Green, J. and Abel, L.A.: Vertical fixation disparity curve and the effects of vergence training in a normal young adult population.  Optom. Vis. Sci. 2000; 77:663-669. Abel contribution: 30%. Luu, PhD student, Green, PhD co-supervisor. 6 citation, 5 year impact factor 1.74.

68.  Sullivan, A. and Abel, L.A.:  The Effects of Age on Saccades Made to Visual, Auditory and Tactile Stimuli. Austral. Orthopt. J. 2001; 35:7-12. Abel contribution: 50%. Sullivan: honours student. Citation data N/A.

69.  Abel, L.A., Unverzagt, F. and Yee, R.D.: Effects of Stimulus Predictability and  Interstimulus Gap on Saccades in Alzheimer's Disease. Dement. Geriatr. Cogn. Disord. 2002; 13:235-243. Abel contribution: 40%. Unverzagt & Yee, collaborators. 26 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.09.

70. Vassallo S. and Abel, L.A.: Ethanol Effects on Volitional versus Reflexive Saccades.  Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2002; 30:208-212. Abel contribution: 40%. Vassallo, PhD student. 12 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.60.

71.  Tkalcevic, L. and Abel ,L.A.:  Effects of Stimulus Size and Luminance on Oscillopsia in Congenital Nystagmus.  Vision Res. 2003 43:2697-2705. Abel contribution: 40%. Tkalcevic, PhD student. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.38.  

 72.  Sullivan, A., Fitzmaurice, K. and Abel, L.A.:  Latency and Accuracy of Saccades to Somatosensory Targets. Exp. Brain Res. 2004 154:407-410. Abel contribution: 30%. Sullivan, honours student, Fitzmaurice, co-supervisor. 2 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.4.

73. Luu, C. and Abel, L.A.:  The Plasticity of Normal Sensory and Motor Fusion in Normal Subjects.  Strabismus 2003; 11:109-118. Abel contribution: 40%. Luu, PhD student. 5 citations, impact factor unavailable.

74.  Tkalcevic  L. and Abel L. A.: The Effects of Increased Visual Task Demand on Foveation in Congenital Nystagmus. Vision Res. 2005 45:1139-1146. Abel contribution: 40%. Tkalcevic, PhD student. 16 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.38.

75.  Williams, I.M., Mulhall, L., Mattingley, J., Lueck, C., Abel , L.A.: Optokinetic Nystagmus as an Assessment of Visual Attention to Divided Stimuli. J.  Clin. Neurosci. 2006 13:828-833. Abel contribution: 30%. Williams, Mullhall, Mattingley & Lueck, collaborators. 5 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.23

76.  Abel, L.A.: Infantile Nystagmus: Current Concepts in Diagnosis and Management (invited review). Clin. Exp.Optom. 2006 89:57-65. Abel contribution: 100%. 11 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.16.

77.  Abel, L.A. and Douglas, J.: Effects of Age on Latency and Error Generation in Internally Mediated Saccades. Neurobiol. Aging 2007 28:627-637. Abel contribution: 65%. Douglas, collaborator. 31 citations, 5 year impact factor 6.44

 78.  Koklanis, K., Abel, L., Aroni, R.: The Psychosocial Impact of Amblyopia and Its Treatment: A Multidisciplinary Study. Clin. Exp. Ophthalmol. 2006; 34:743-750. Abel contribution: 25%. Koklanis, PhD student,  Aroni co-supervisor. 40 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.6.

79. Patterson, M.C., Vecchio, D., Prady, H., Abel, L., Wraith, J.E.: Miglustat for treatment of Niemann-Pick C disease: a randomised controlled study. Lancet Neurol. 2007; 6:765-772.  Abel contribution: 20%. Patterson, Vecchio, Pradi & Wraith, collaborators. 209 citations, 5 year impact factor 22.95 (Google Scholar).

80. Abel, L.A. and Malesic, LA.: Oscillopsia in Inverse Latent Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome. Optom. Vis. Sci.2007;  84:1017-1023.  Abel contribution: 40%. Malesic (nee’ Tkalcevic) PhD student. 1 citation, 5 year impact factor 1.74

81.  Cham, K.M., Anderson, A.J. and Abel, L.A.: Task-induced Stress and Motivation Decrease Foveation Period Durations in Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome. Invest.  Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2008; 49:2977-2984. Abel contribution: 40%. Cham, PhD student, Anderson, co-supervisor. 7 citation, 5 year impact factor 3.92.

82.  Cham, K.M. Anderson, A.J. and Abel, L.A.: Factors Influencing the Experience of Oscillopsia in Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome. Invest.  Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2008; 49: 3424-34231. Abel contribution: 40%. Cham, PhD student, Anderson, co-supervisor. 6 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.92.

83.  Abel, L.A., Wang, Z.I. and Dell’Osso, L.F.: Wavelet Analysis in Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome: Limitations and Abilities. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2008; 49:3413–3423.  Abel contribution: 60%. Wang & Dell’Osso, collaborators. 5 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.92.

84.  Nguyen, H.N.T., Mattingley, J.B. and  Abel, L.A.: Extraversion Degrades Performance on the Antisaccade Task. Brain Res. 2008; 1231:81-85. Abel contribution: 40%. Nguyen, honours student, Mattingley, collaborator. 4 citations, 5 year impact factor 2.67.

85. Levy, D.L., Bowman, E. A., Abel L.A., Krastoshevsky, O., Krause, V., Mendell, N.R.: Does Performance on the Standard Antisaccade Task Meet the Co-familiality Criterion for an Endophenotype? Brain and Cognition, 2008; 68:462-475.  Abel contribution: 10%. Bowman, PhD student. Levy, Krastoshevsky, Krause, Mendell, collaborators. 7 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.05.

86. Schiffmann, R., Fitzgibbon, E.J., Harris, C., DeVile, C., Davies, E.H., Abel, L, van Schaik, I.N., Benko, W, Timmons, M, Ries, M., Vellodi, A.: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Miglustat in Gaucher Disease Type 3. Ann Neurol., 2008, 64:514-522 Abel contribution: 7%. Schiffmann, Fitzgibbon, Harris, DeVile, Davis, vanSchaik, Benko, Timmons, Ries & Vellodi, collaborators. 71 citations, 5 year impact factor 10.13.

87. Abel, L.A., Walterfang, M., Fietz, M., Bowman, E.A., Velakoulis,D.: Saccades in Adult Niemann-Pick Disease Type C Reflect Frontal, Brainstem & Biochemical Deficits. Neurology, 2009; 72:1083-1086. Abel contribution 55%. Bowman, PhD student. Walterfang, Fietz & Velakoulis, collaborators. 26 citations, 5 year impact factor 7.52

88. Ayton, L.N.,  Abel, L.A., Fricke, T.R., McBrien, N.A.: Developmental Eye Movement Test: What Is It Really Measuring? Optom. Vis. Sci., 2009; 86:722-730. Abel contribution: 35%. Ayton, PhD student, Fricke & McBrien, co-supervisors. 10 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.74.

89. Patterson, M.C., Vecchio, D., Jacklin, E., Abel, L., Chadha-Boreham, H., Luzy, C., Giorgino, R., Wraith, J.E.: Long-term Miglustat Therapy in Children with Niemann-Pick Disease Type C. J. Child Neurol. 2010; 25: 300-305. Abel contribution: 10%. Patterson, Vecchio, Jacklin, Chadha-Boreham, Luzy, Giorgino, Wraith, collaborators. 53 citations, 5 year impact factor 1.80.

90. Walterfang, M.A., Fietz, M., Abel, L.A., Bowman, E.A., Mocellin, R., Dennis Velakoulis, D.: Gender Dimorphism in Siblings with Schizophrenia-like Psychosis in Niemann-Pick Disease Type C. J. Inherited Metabol. Dis. 2009; DOI 10.1007/s10545-009-1173-1 (online only). [B]. Abel contribution: 15%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Fietz, Mocellin & Velakoulis, collaborators. 10 citations, 5 year impact factor , 3.55

91. Wraith, J.E., Vecchio, D., Jacklin, E., Abel, L., Chadha-Boreham, H., Luzy, C., Giorgino, R., Patterson, M.C.:  Miglustat in Adult and Juvenile Patients with Niemann-Pick Disease Type C: Long-term Data from a Clinical Trial. Mol. Genet. Metab., 2010; 99:351-357. Abel contribution: 10%. Wraith, Vecchio, Jacklin, Chadha-Boreham, Luzy, Giorgino, Patterson, collaborators. 56 citations, 5 year impact factor, 3.09

92. Rubinstein NJ and Abel LA: Optokinetic Nystagmus Suppression as an Index of the Allocation of Visual Attention.  Invest.  Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2011; 52:462-467. Abel contribution: 60%. Rubinstein, undergraduate student researcher. 2 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.92.

93.  Walterfang, M., Fahey, M., Abel, L., Fietz, M., Wood, A., Bowman, E., Reutens, D. Velakoulis, D.: Size and Shape of the Corpus Callosum in Adult Niemann-Pick Type C Reflects State and Trait Illness Variables. Amer. J. Neuroradiol. 2011; 32:1340-1346. Abel contribution: 15%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Fahey, Fietz, Wood, Reutens & Velakoulis, collaborators. 6 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.41.

94.  Walterfang M., Macfarlane M.D., Looi J.C., Abel L., Bowman E., Fahey M.C., Desmond P., Velakoulis D.. Pontine-to-midbrain Ratio Indexes Ocular-motor Function and Illness Sage in Adult Niemann-Pick Disease Type C. Eur J Neurol. 2011; 19:462-467. Abel contribution: 10%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Macfarlane, Looi, Fahey, Desmond & Velakoulis, collaborators. 6 citations, 5 year impact factor 3.49

95.  Walterfang, M., Patenaude, B., Abel, L.A., Kluenemann, H., Bowman, E.A., Fahey, M.C., Desmond, P., Kelso, W., Velakoulis, D.: Subcortical Volumetric Reductions in Adult Niemann-Pick Disease Type C: A Cross-Sectional Study.  ANJR Am J Neuroradiol. 2012; DOI 10.3174/anjr.A3356. Abel contribution: 7%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Fahey, Patenaude, Lluenemann, Kelso, Reutens, Desmond & Velakoulis, collaborators. 1 citation, 5 year impact factor 3.41.

96. Abel, L.A., Bowman, E.A., Velakoulis, D., Fahey, M.C., Desmond, P., Macfarlane, M.D., Looi, J.C., Adamson, C.L., Walterfang, M.: Saccadic Eye Movement Characteristics in Adult Niemann-Pick Type C Disease: Relationships with Disease Severity and Brain Structural Measures. PLoS One. 2012;7(11):e50947. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0050947. Epub 2012 Nov 30. Abel contribution: 35%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Macfarlane, Looi, Fahey, Desmond & Velakoulis, collaborators. 1 citation, 4 year impact factor 4.15

97. Walterfang, M., Abel, L.A., Desmond, P., Fahey, M.C., Bowman, E.A., Velakoulis, D.: Cerebellar Volume Correlates with Saccadic Gain and Ataxia in Adult Niemann-Pick Type C. Mol Genet Metab. 2013 108:85-9. Abel contribution 10%. Bowman, PhD student, Walterfang, Macfarlane, Looi, Fahey, Desmond & Velakoulis, collaborators. No citations, 5 year impact factor 2.941.

98.  Cham, K.M. Anderson, A.J. and Abel, L.A.: Oscillopsia and the Influence of Stress and Motivation in Fusion Maldevelopment Nystagmus Syndrome. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci.2013; 54:2004-2010. Abel contribution: 40%. Cham, PhD student, Anderson, co-supervisor. no citations, 5 year impact factor 3.92.

99.  Phillipou A, Douglas J, Krieser D, Ayton L, Abel L.: Changes in Saccadic Eye Movement and Memory Function after Mild Closed Head Injury in Children. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2014;  4:337-45.

100. Phillipou A, Rossell SL, Castle DJ, Gurvich C, Abel LA: Square wave jerks and anxiety as distinctive biomarkers for Anorexia Nervosa. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2014; 55:8366–8370..

101. Phillipou A, Abel LA, Castle DJ, Hughes ME, Gurvich C, Nibbs RG, Rossell SL: Self Perception and Facial Emotion Perception of Others in Anorexia Nervosa. Front Psychol. 2015; 6:1181. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01181

102. Bowman EA, Walterfang M, Abel L, Desmond P, Fahey M, Velakoulis D: Longitudinal changes in cerebellar and subcortical volumes in adult-onset Niemann-Pick disease type C patients treated with miglustat. J. Neurol. 2015; 262:2106-2114. 

103. Phillipou A, Rossell SL, Gurvich C, Castle DJ, Troje NF and Abel LA: Body Image in Anorexia Nervosa: Body Size Estimation Utilising a Biological Motion Task and Eyetracking. Eur. Eat. Disorders Rev 2015; DOI: 10.1002/erv.2423.

104. Phillipou A, Gurvich C, Castle DC, Abel LA and Rossell SL: Comprehensive neurocognitive assessment of patients with anorexia nervosa. World J. Psychiatr. 2015; DOI: 10.5498/wjp.v5.i4.000

105.  Abel LA, Walterfang M, Stainer MJ, Bowman EA, Velakoulis D: Longitudinal assessment of reflexive and volitional saccades in Niemann-Pick Type C disease during treatment with miglustat. Orphanet J. Rare Dis.; 2015; 10:160;  DOI 10.1186/s13023-015-0377-8.

106.  Phillipou A, Abel LA, Castle DJ, Hughes ME, Nibbs RG, Gurvich C Rossell SL: Resting state functional connectivity in anorexia nervosa. Psychiatr Res: Neuromaging 2016; 251: 45-52.

107.  Azizi E, Abel LA, Stainer MJ: The influence of action video game playing on eye movement behaviour during visual search in abstract, in-game and natural scenes. Attention, Percept & Psychophys. 2016; doi:10.3758/s13414-016-1256-7.

108. Phillipou A, Rossell SL, Gurvich C, Castle DJ and Abel LA: The eyes have it: Eye movements in anorexia nervosa. Aust NZ J Psychiatr 2016; 50: 806-807.

109. Phillipou A, Abel LA, Castle DJ, Gurvich C, Hughes ME and Rossell SL: Self-reported and behavioural impulsivity in anorexia nervosa. World J Psychiatry 2016; 6:345-350.

110. Williams IM, Schofield P, Khade N, Abel LA: Divided visual attention: A comparison of patients with multiple sclerosis and controls, assessed with an optokinetic nystagmus suppression task. J Clin Neurosci 2016; 34:187-192.

111. Salehi Fadardi M, Bathke AC, Harrar SW and Abel LA: Task-induced changes in idiopathic infantile nystagmus vary with gaze. Optom. Vis. Sci. 2017; 94:606-615.

112. Phillipou A, Woods W, Abel L, Rossell S, Hughes M, Castle D, Gurvich Caroline: Spontaneous blink rate in anorexia nervosa: Implications for dopaminergic activity in anorexia nervosa. Aust NZ J Psychiatr (2017) https://doi-org.ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/10.1177/0004867417739692

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113. Phillipou A, Rossell SL, Gurvich C, Castle DJ, Abel LA, Nibbs RG and Hughes ME: Differences in regional grey matter volumes in currently ill patients with anorexia nervosa. Eur J Neurosci, (2018), 47: 177–183. doi:10.1111/ejn.13793

114. Nguyen, CT, Goh C, Desmond P, Abel LA, Lim CHL, Andrew Symons RC, Hardy TG: Congenital achiasma and see-saw nystagmus in VATER syndrome association with hydrocephalus. J Clin Neurosci (2018) 51:63-65.

115. Azizi E, Stainer M and Abel LA: Is experience in multi-genre video game playing accompanied by impulsivity? Acta Psychologica (2018) 190:78-84.

116. Dyer RK, Abel LA. Effects of age and visual attention demands on optokinetic nystagmus suppression. Exp Eye Res (2018) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exer.2018.08.011

117. Thompson GA, Abel LA: Fostering spontaneous visual attention in children on the autism spectrum: A Proof‐of‐concept study comparing singing and speech. Autism Res (2018) 11:732-737.

118. Salehi Fadardi M, Abel LA: Saccades under mental load in infantile nystagmus syndrome and controls. Optom Vis Sci (2018) 25:373-383.

119. Andrea Phillipou, A, Carruthers SP, Di Biase MA, Zalesky A, Abel LA, Castle DJ, Gurvich C, Rossell SL: White matter microstructure in anorexia nervosa. Human Brain Mapping (2018) 39:4385-4392.

 

 

C.  Book Chapters

1.  Pedersen, R.A., Abel, L.A., and Troost, B.T.  Eye Movements. In: Duane, T.D. and Jaeger, E.P., eds. Biomedical Foundations of Ophthalmology.  Philadelphia: Harper and Row, 1982; Vol 1, Ch. 38.

2.  Troost, B.T. and Abel, L.A.  Pursuit Disorders. In: Keller, E.L. and Zee, D.S.,eds. Functional Basis of Ocular Motility Disorders. Oxford and New York:  Pergamon Press, 1982; 511-515.

3. Abel, L.A. Cliche Conflicts:  A Quantitative Case Study. In:  Scherr, G.H., ed. The Best of the Journal of Irreproducible Results. San Francisco, Workman Press, 1983; 138-139.

4.  Abel, L.A. and Hertle, R.W.  Effects of Psychoactive Drugs on Oculomotor Behavior. In:  C.W. Johnston and F.J. Pirozzolo, eds. Neuropsychology of Eye Movements.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1988; 81-115.

5. Abel, L.A.  Ocular Oscillations:  Congenital and Acquired.  In:  Daroff, R. and Neetens, A., eds.  Neurological Organization of Ocular Movement.  New York:  Kugler & Ghedini, 1990; 163-190.

6.  Dell’Osso, L.F. and Abel, L.A.:  Ocular Motility Recording and Nystagmus. In: Webster, J.G., ed., Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons, Inc,, 2006; 137-149.

7.  Abel, L.A. and Malesic, L.: Internal and External Influences on Foveation and Perception in Infantile Nystagmus. In: Leigh, R.J. and Devereaux, M.W., eds, Advances in Understanding Mechanism and Treatment of Infantile Forms of Nystagmus, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008, 33-41.

8.  Abel, L.A.: Stress and Motivation as Modulators of Ocular Motor Pathways in Infantile Nystagmus Syndrome. In: Eds: Harris, C., Gottlob, I. and Sanders, J., The Challenge of Nystagmus, Nystagmus Network, Cardiff, 2012; 199-216.

9.  Tey, F., Lin, S.T., Tan, Y.Y., Li, X.P., Phillipou, A., Abel, L.: Novel Tools for Driving Fatigue Prediction: (1) Dry EEG Sensor and (2) Eye Tracker. In: Foundations of Augmented Cognition, Berlin, Springer Verlag, 2013; 618-627.

 

D. Full-length, refereed conference papers

1.  Abel, L.A., Chen, Y. And Nallari, P.:  Modelling Predictive Tracking of Eye Movement Control System with a Simple Neural Network.  Proceedings of the 14th World Congress, International Federation for Automatic Control, Pergamon, New York, 1999.

2. Turpin A, Billerbeck B, Abel L & Scholer F. 2006. Examining the Pseudo-Standard Web Search Engine Results Page.  In Bruza P, Spink A & Wilkinson R (eds), Proceedings of the 11th Australasian Document Computing Symposium.  9-16. Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology.

 

 


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