Stuart John Judge

Affiliations: 
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Eye movements, myopia, accommodation, presbyopia
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Wilde GS, Burd HJ, Judge SJ. (2012) Shear modulus data for the human lens determined from a spinning lens test. Experimental Eye Research. 97: 36-48
Burd HJ, Wilde GS, Judge SJ. (2011) An improved spinning lens test to determine the stiffness of the human lens. Experimental Eye Research. 92: 28-39
Whatham AR, Judge SJ. (2007) Rotated prism-wear disrupts emmetropization but does not reliably induce hyperopia in the New World monkey. Vision Research. 47: 3324-34
Judge SJ. (2006) Reflection makes sense of rotation of the eyes. Vision Research. 46: 3862-6
Burd HJ, Wilde GS, Judge SJ. (2006) Can reliable values of Young's modulus be deduced from Fisher's (1971) spinning lens measurements? Vision Research. 46: 1346-60
Judge SJ, Burd HJ. (2002) Modelling the mechanics of accommodation and presbyopia. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics : the Journal of the British College of Ophthalmic Opticians (Optometrists). 22: 397-400
Burd HJ, Judge SJ, Cross JA. (2002) Numerical modelling of the accommodating lens. Vision Research. 42: 2235-251
Whatham AR, Judge SJ. (2001) Compensatory changes in eye growth and refraction induced by daily wear of soft contact lenses in young marmosets. Vision Research. 41: 267-73
Whatham AR, Judge SJ. (2001) Overnight lens removal avoids changes in refraction and eye growth produced by plano soft contact lenses in infant marmosets. Vision Research. 41: 257-65
Burd HJ, Judge SJ, Flavell MJ. (1999) Mechanics of accommodation of the human eye. Vision Research. 39: 1591-5
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