- LABORATORY SUPERVISOR Emerging Pathogens Institute
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Ophthalmology
B.A., Brandeis University
M.D., Autonomous University of Guadalajara School of Medicine
Michigan Cancer Foundation
New York University Medical Center
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Center for Advanced Training in Cell and Molecular Biology
Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century
Dermatology Foundation, research grant
Marquis Who's Who in America
Marquis Who's Who in Science and Medicine
Eye Bank Association of America Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, fellowship grant
cornea, Langerhans cells, ocular herpes simplex, laser keratectomy, keratitis, herpetic eye disease
Epstein S, Jan MS, Skittone LS, Small T, Asbell PA. Evaluation of cytokine-mediated chemotaxis of Ia+ Langerhans cells (LC) into the central cornea of mice: Effect of cyclosporine A (CsA), transforming growth factor (TGF)-b and interferons (IFNs)-a, b and g. Adv Ocular Immunol 1994; 1068: 7-10.
Asbell PA, Epstein S, Wallace JW, Epstein D, Stewart CC, Burger RM. Efficacy of cobalt chelates CTC-23, CTC-67, CTC-82 and CTC-96 for treatment of ocular herpes simplex infection in a rabbit model. Cornea 1997; 17(5): 550-557.
Epstein S, Fisher EM, Sternberg GJ, Franklin W, Gordon R, Ho JJ, Asbell PA. Recurrent Ocular Herpes Simplex Keratitis Following Excimer Laser Photorefractive Keratectomy in Rabbit Model. CLAO J 2001; 27(2): 94-99.
Epstein S, Nurozler M, Smetana CR, Asbell PA. Efficacy of Polyclonal Antibodies for Treatment of Ocular Herpes Simples Infection. Cornea 2001; 20(5): 495-500.
Herpetic Disease Study Group . Predictors of Recurrent Herpes Simplex Virus Keratitis. Cornea 2001; 20(2): 123-128.
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