Dr. Randy Glickman's research interests are in the areas of laser bioeffects and medical applications; photosensitized free-radical reactions in the eye; light damage and repair mechanisms in the eye; retinal information processing, photodynamic therapy, optical tissue diagnostic spectroscopy, ocular pharmacology (especially mechanisms of drug penetration into the eye).
Current projects include: an investigation of the function of histaminergic retinopetal fibers, and the development of a laser-induced optoacoustic spectroscopic method for detection of infectious agents.
Page L, Maswadi S, Glickman RD. Optoacoustic multispectral imaging of radiolucent foreign bodies in tissue. Appl Spectrosc. 2013 Jan;67(1):22-8.
Lee YH, Wang E, Kumar N, Glickman RD. Ursolic acid differentially modulates apoptosis in skin melanoma and retinal pigment epithelial cells exposed to UV-VIS broadband radiation. Apoptosis. 2014 May;19(5):816-28.
Zhang B, Fang CY, Chang CC, Peterson R, Maswadi S, Glickman RD, Chang HC, Ye JY. Photoacoustic emission from fluorescent nanodiamonds enhanced with gold nanoparticles. Biomed Opt Express. 2012 Jul 1;3(7):1662-29.
Lee YH, Kumar NC, Glickman RD. Modulation of photochemical damage in normal and malignant cells by naturally occurring compounds. Photochem Photobiol. 2012 Nov-Dec;88(6):1385-95.