Abusive head trauma and associated ocular findings
Machine learning applications in pediatric ophthalmology
Interviewee for “Hidden Health Worries,” Prevention Magazine, February 2020: 92-93.
#ILookLikeASurgeon photo participant at Nemours/AI duPont Hospital for Children, April 14, 2017.
Sloane AJ, O’Donnell EA, Mackley AB, Reid JE, Greenspan JS, Paul DA, Aghai ZH. (2020). Do extremely preterm infants need retinopathy of prematurity screening earlier than 31 weeks postmenstrual age? J Perinatol. 2020 May 6. [E-pub ahead of print]. doi: 10.1038/s41372-020-0681-6.
Reid JE, Eaton E. (2019). Artificial intelligence for pediatric ophthalmology. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology 30(5): 337-346.
Binenbaum G, Reid JE, Rogers DL, Jensen AK, Billinghurst LL, Forbes BJ. (2016). Patterns of retinal hemorrhage associated with pediatric cerebral sinovenous thrombosis. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 21(1): 23-7.
Reid JE, Reem RE, Aylward SC, Rogers DL. (2016). Sixth nerve palsy in pediatric idiopathic or secondary intracranial hypertension. Neuro-Ophthalmology 40(1): 23-7.
Finger PT, Reid JE, Iacob CE. (2011). Palladium-103 eye plaque brachytherapy for primary adenocarcinoma of the ciliary body epithelium. Brachytherapy 10(6): 503-7.
Posters and Presentations
Reid JE, Inger HE, Jordan CO, Uli N, Tomlinson LA, Chung CW, Rogers DL, Jin J, Binenbaum G. (2020). Predictors of long-term visual outcome following retinal hemorrhage from abusive head trauma. To be presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, March; Austin, Texas.
Jin J, Apple A, Friess A, Lehman S, Salvin J, Hendricks D, Reid JE, Wang J. (2020). Using OCT fixation shift to assess eccentric fixation in children with unilateral amblyopia. To be presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, March; Austin, Texas.
Jin J, Apple A, Friess A, Lehman S, Salvin J, Hendricks D, Reid JE, Wang J. (2020). Foveal hypoplasia in children born preterm versus full term. To be presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, March; Austin, Texas.
Jin J, Bules L, Doctor K, Hendricks D, Reid JE, Salvin J, Lehman S, Fasiuddin A. (2019). An examination of visits to the pediatric emergency departments for emergent, urgent and non-urgent ocular conditions. Presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, March; San Diego, California.
Reid JE, Shaffer J, Ying G, Jensen A, Binenbaum G. (2016). Correlation between serum insulin-like growth factor and postnatal weight in premature infants. Presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, April; Vancouver, Canada.
Reid JE, Shaffer J, Ying G, Jensen A, Binenbaum G. (2016). Correlation between serum insulin-like growth factor and postnatal weight in premature infants. Presented at the CHOP Research Poster Day, February, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Reid JE, Reem RE, Aylward SC, Rogers DL. (2015). Sixth nerve palsy in pediatric idiopathic or secondary intracranial hypertension. Presented at the ARVO Annual Meeting, May; Denver, Colorado.
Reid JE, Rogers DL, Jensen AK, Forbes BJ, Billinghurst LL, Binenbaum G. (2015). Patterns of retinal hemorrhage associated with pediatric cerebral sinovenous thrombosis. Presented at the Annual AAPOS Meeting, March; New Orleans, LA. Won the best in show award.
Awards and Honors
2018, 2019, “Top Docs for Kids” and “Top Female Docs”, SJ Magazine
2016, CHOP Research Poster Day Winner
2015, AAPOS “Best in Show” Poster Award
2015, Ohio State University Resident Research Award, Second Place
2011, Graduated in top third of class, New York Medical College
2010-present, Gold Humanism Honors Society
Leadership and Memberships
2014-present, American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
2015-present, American Academy of Ophthalmology
2016-present, Delaware Academy of Ophthalmology
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