MS in Physiological Optics; PhD in Psychology
Dr. He’s primary area of interest is the optics of the eye and its visual performance. He is currently investigating accommodative changes in the ciliary muscle, the crystalline lens and the wavefront aberrations of the human eye. Dr. He is also studying the influence of peripheral aberrations and chromatic aberrations on myopia development. He is using various techniques including the wavefront aberrometer, corneal topography system, Scheimpflug imaging system and OCT.
He JC, Fang YW. (2010) A Method of Scheimpflug Image Processing for Accurate Measurement of Ocular Surfaces. J Cataract Refract Surg. 36, 838-842.
Le RR, Bao JH, Chen DY, He JC, and Lu F. (2010) The effect of blur adaptation on accommodative response and pupil size during reading. Journal of Vision 10, 1-12.
Liu R, Hu M, He JC, Xhou XT, Dia JH, Qu XM, Liu H, Chu RY. (2014) The effects of monochromatic illumination on early eye development in Rhesus monkeys. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 55,1901-1909.
He JC. (2014) Theoretical model of the contributions of corneal asphericity and anterior chamber depth on peripheral wavefront aberrations. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. 34, 321-330.
He JC. & Wang J. (2014) Measurement of wavefront aberrations and lens deformation in the accommodated eye with optical coherence tomography-equipped wavefront system. Optics Express. 22, 9764-9773.