1. Henrick K. Gille

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    2. Congratulations to Jian Ren from Caltech a Winner of a 2012 Student Travel Grant Award

      Congratulations to Jian Ren from  Caltech a Winner of a 2012 Student Travel Grant Award
      Jian Ren from the California Institute of Technology is one of four winners of the OCT News 2012 student travel grant awards (see prior announcement Here). Below is a summary of his work. Glaucoma is one type of ophthalmic diseases, where ocular hypertension damages optical nerve, making it the second leading cause of blindness worldwide. One major cause of Open Angle Glaucoma is the poor outflow of aqueous humor through ...
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    3. Feature Of The Week 5/1/11: Caltech Researchers Develop an OCT Needle Probe for Investigating Open Angle Glaucoma

      Feature Of The Week 5/1/11: Caltech Researchers Develop an OCT Needle Probe for Investigating Open Angle Glaucoma
      Feature Of The Week 5/1/11: One major cause of Open Angle Glaucoma is the poor outflow of aqueous humor through the Trabecular Meshwork (TM). Potential treatments include the micro-bypass stents, which are implanted in the TM and shunt fluid directly to the Schlemm’s Canal (SC) to reduce intraocular pressure. Implanting the stent with the appropriate orientation near a major collector channel (CC) might maximize outflow of aqueous ...
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  2. About Henrick K. Gille

    Henrick K. Gille

    Henrick K. Gille is a biomedical device research and development consulting engineer specializing in creating ultrasound and OCT imaging systems for cardiology, ophthalmology and general surgical applications.  At Volcano Corporation Rick directed development of cardiac intravascular ultrasound imaging systems. At Glaukos Corporation he developed eye anterior chamber imaging devices using ultrasound and light optics. Rick is named inventor on several biomedical device patents with pending applications for ultrasound, eye imaging, and CO2 laser surgery inventions. He holds a BSEE from UCLA and an MBA from Pepperdine University. He is a California Registered Professional Electrical Engineer and member of NSPE.