- Fellowship - Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (1973-1974), Cornea & External Disease
- Fellowship - Retina Foundation (1973-1974), Cornea Research, Department of
- Residency - Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (1970-1973), Ophthalmology
- Research Fellowship - Retina Foundation (1969-1970), Cornea Research, Department of
- Internship - Boston City Hospital (1968-1969), Internal Medicine
- Medical School - Washington University School of Medicine (1964-1968)
James P. McCulley, M.D.
- The David Bruton, Jr. Chair in Ophthalmology
- Cornea & External Disease
- Refractive & Cataract Surgery
James McCulley, M.D., is Professor and Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He specializes in corneal and external eye diseases, keratorefractive surgery (PRK/LASIK), and anterior segment surgery. He holds the David Bruton, Jr. Chair in Ophthalmology.
Dr. McCulley holds an undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University. He earned his medical degree at Washington University School of Medicine and completed an internship in internal medicine at the Harvard Medical Unit at Boston City Hospital. He performed his ophthalmology residency and corneal fellowship training at Massachusetts Eye and Ear (Harvard Medical School) and then worked two years at Bethesda Naval Hospital before taking an academic position at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, he joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 1980 and became the Ophthalmology Chair in 1981.
Dr. McCulley is member of multiple professional organizations and sits on the editorial boards of several peer-reviewed journals. Additionally, he has served on many committees and boards, including the UT Southwestern Health Systems Board of Directors, the Clinical Advisory Committee, and the Executive Committee of Clinical Chairs.
Outside of UT Southwestern, he has served as Chair of the National Eye Institute and as a member of several National Institutes of Health review committees and the Food and Drug Administration’s Ophthalmic Devices Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee, among other local, state, and national board and advisory positions.
As an invited guest speaker or lecturer, Dr. McCulley has presented at more than 200 national and international professional conferences, and he has published more than 700 peer-reviewed journal papers, citable abstracts, books, and book chapters.
Awards and honors have been part of Dr. McCulley’s career since 1968, when Washington University awarded him the Alumni Award in Internal Medicine. In 2001, he received Texas Christian University’s Alumni Association Distinguished Alumnus Award, followed in 2006 by the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Department of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School. In 2008, the Washington University Medical Center Alumni Association awarded Dr. McCulley its Distinguished Alumni Award, and in 2012 he received the Cornea Society’s Castroviejo Medal, which is internationally recognized as the highest honor bestowed upon a cornea specialist. In 2018, he was named a Super Doctor by Texas Monthly.
Meet Dr. McCulley
Chair of Ophthalmology
When James P. McCulley, M.D., became Professor and Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in September 1981, the department included physicians in three of the nine ophthalmic subspecialties.
Today, thanks to relentless clinical expansion and strong faculty recruitment over three decades, the department offers patients care in all areas of ophthalmology: corneal and external eye disease; cataract and refractive surgery; glaucoma; uveitis and ocular immunology; vitreoretinal and macular disease; ophthalmic plastic surgery; neuro-ophthalmology; pediatric ophthalmology; ophthalmic oncology; ophthalmic pathology; and vision care (glasses, contact lenses, and low-vision aids).
“We truly offer ‘one-stop,’ coordinated, comprehensive eye care covering all ophthalmic subspecialties, and we’re the only place in North Texas to do so,” Dr. McCulley says.
"We’re making major advancements against diseases that once resulted in blindness. Not only can we stabilize many of these disorders, we can reverse them.”
Dr. McCulley is an internationally recognized specialist in the evaluation and treatment of corneal diseases. A Fort Worth native, he attributes his career trajectory, drive, and work ethic to his family. “My mother was a college professor, and my father was a businessman, and these professions influenced my decision to chair a department,” he says.
One of the most innovative areas in ophthalmology, he says, is corneal transplantation. The procedure, which used to replace the entire cornea, has been modified to preserve healthy, disease-free tissue. Known as lamellar surgery, the technique has many benefits for the patient.
“Lamellar surgery has given us a better understanding of preventing and treating corneal graft rejection, which increases the chances of success after surgery. Leaving more of the patient’s own healthy corneal tissue intact reduces the likelihood the transplant will be rejected,” he says.
His department’s close proximity to UT Southwestern’s Transplant Services Center is an added advantage for ophthalmologists, he notes: “We are fortunate to have this full-service eye bank, which is recognized as a world leader, right here on campus.”
Another important procedure that continues to evolve is LASIK surgery. As a member of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Ophthalmic Devices Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee, Dr. McCulley was among a handful of physicians who worked with the FDA during the LASIK clinical trials approval process. He has been part of LASIK’s continual progression, from using a microkeratome (blade) to create the corneal flap, to bladeless, all-laser LASIK.
Despite its technological advances, LASIK remains a surgical procedure requiring the utmost skill. Dr. McCulley stresses that although more surgeons are performing LASIK, not all surgeries are done safely. He consistently reminds people to be aware of who is performing the procedure – the surgeon’s credentials and training, outcomes for patients, experience, and research. He has put together a list of the top 10 questions every LASIK surgeon should answer for his or her patients.
“People need to know what to look for and what to be aware of when
considering LASIK,” he says. “I want to be sure they have the best information
- American Ophthalmological Society
- American Medical Association
- American College of Surgeons
- American Academy of Ophthalmology
- Alpha Omega Alpha
- Distinguished Service Award (Texas Ophthalmological Association) 2016, Highest honor bestowed by the TOA; a peer-recognized award acknowledging the recipient's lifelong dedication to ophthalmology patients and to the profession.
- Castle Connolly, America's Top Doctors (2001 onwards)
- TCU Alumni Association 2001, Distinguished Alumni Award
- Harvard Medical School (formerly Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary) 2006, Distinguished Alumni Award
- Washington University Medical Center 2008, Alumni Achievement Award
- Life Achievement Award, American Academy of Ophthalmology 2014
- Texas Monthly Magazine 2017, Super Doctors
- D Magazine 2017, Best Doctors in Dallas
Transplantation of tissue-cultured corneal endothelium.
Jumblatt MM, Maurice DM, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1978 Dec 17 12 1135-41
Dermatologic reaction in Stevens-Johnson syndrome after ophthalmic anesthesia with proparacaine hydrochloride.
Ward B, McCulley JP, Segal RJ American journal of ophthalmology 1978 Jul 86 1 133-5
Classification of chronic blepharitis.
McCulley JP, Dougherty JM, Deneau DG Ophthalmology 1982 Oct 89 10 1173-80
McCulley JP International ophthalmology clinics 1984 24 2 65-77
Comparative bacteriology of chronic blepharitis.
Dougherty JM, McCulley JP The British journal of ophthalmology 1984 Aug 68 8 524-8
Mucus fishing syndrome.
McCulley JP, Moore MB, Matoba AY Ophthalmology 1985 Sep 92 9 1262-5
Bacterial aspects of chronic blepharitis.
McCulley JP, Dougherty JM Transactions of the ophthalmological societies of the United Kingdom 1986 105 ( Pt 3) 314-8
Radial keratoneuritis as a presenting sign in Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Moore MB, McCulley JP, Kaufman HE, Robin JB Ophthalmology 1986 Oct 93 10 1310-5
Applanation tonometer tip sterilization for adenovirus type 8.
Craven ER, Butler SL, McCulley JP, Luby JP Ophthalmology 1987 Dec 94 12 1538-40
Suprofen treatment of contact lens-associated giant papillary conjunctivitis.
Wood TS, Stewart RH, Bowman RW, McCulley JP, Reaves TA Ophthalmology 1988 Jun 95 6 822-6
The effect of standardized keratoplasty technique on IOL power calculation for the triple procedure.
Mattax JB, McCulley JP Acta ophthalmologica. Supplement 1989 192 24-9
Acanthamoeba keratitis associated with contact lenses: six consecutive cases of successful management.
Moore MB, McCulley JP The British journal of ophthalmology 1989 Apr 73 4 271-5
Ocular hydrofluoric acid burns: animal model, mechanism of injury and therapy.
McCulley JP Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society 1990 88 649-84
The effect of currently available contact lens disinfection systems on Acanthamoeba castellanii and Acanthamoeba polyphaga.
Silvany RE, Dougherty JM, McCulley JP, Wood TS, Bowman RW, Moore MB Ophthalmology 1990 Mar 97 3 286-90
The role of cholesterol in chronic blepharitis.
Shine WE, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1991 Jul 32 8 2272-80
In vitro intercellular adherence of Acanthamoeba castellanii: a scanning and transmission electron microscopy study.
Ubelaker JE, Moore MB, Martin JH, Silveny R, Dougherty JM, Meyer DR, McCulley JP Cornea 1991 Jul 10 4 299-304
The role of tetracycline in chronic blepharitis. Inhibition of lipase production in staphylococci.
Dougherty JM, McCulley JP, Silvany RE, Meyer DR Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1991 Oct 32 11 2970-5
Growing human corneal epithelium on collagen shield and subsequent transfer to denuded cornea in vitro.
He YG, McCulley JP Current eye research 1991 Sep 10 9 851-63
Characterization and pathogenic potential of a soil isolate and an ocular isolate of Acanthamoeba castellanii in relation to Acanthamoeba keratitis.
van Klink F, Alizadeh H, Stewart GL, Pidherney MS, Silvany RE, He Y, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY Current eye research 1992 Dec 11 12 1207-20
A pig model of Acanthamoeba keratitis: transmission via contaminated contact lenses.
He YG, McCulley JP, Alizadeh H, Pidherney M, Mellon J, Ubelaker JE, Stewart GL, Silvany RE, Niederkorn JY Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1992 Jan 33 1 126-33
In vitro and in vivo tumoricidal properties of a pathogenic/free-living amoeba.
Pidherney MS, Alizadeh H, Stewart GL, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY Cancer letters 1993 Aug 72 1-2 91-8
Relation of cholesterol-stimulated Staphylococcus aureus growth to chronic blepharitis.
Shine WE, Silvany R, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1993 Jun 34 7 2291-6
Clinical and diagnostic use of in vivo confocal microscopy in patients with corneal disease.
Cavanagh HD, Petroll WM, Alizadeh H, He YG, McCulley JP, Jester JV Ophthalmology 1993 Oct 100 10 1444-54
Efficacy of lodoxamide 0.1% ophthalmic solution in resolving corneal epitheliopathy associated with vernal keratoconjunctivitis.
Santos CI, Huang AJ, Abelson MB, Foster CS, Friedlaender M, McCulley JP American journal of ophthalmology 1994 Apr 117 4 488-97
Meibomian gland triglyceride fatty acid differences in chronic blepharitis patients.
Shine WE, McCulley JP Cornea 1996 Jul 15 4 340-6
A compositional based model for the tear film lipid layer.
McCulley JP, Shine W Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society 1997 95 79-88; discussion 88-93
In vitro amoebicidal activity of propamidine and pentamidine isethionate against Acanthamoeba species and toxicity to corneal tissues.
Alizadeh H, Silvany RE, Meyer DR, Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Cornea 1997 Jan 16 1 94-100
Reliability of intraocular pressure measurements after myopic excimer photorefractive keratectomy.
Abbasoglu OE, Bowman RW, Cavanagh HD, McCulley JP Ophthalmology 1998 Dec 105 12 2193-6
Keratoconjunctivitis sicca associated with meibomian secretion polar lipid abnormality.
Shine WE, McCulley JP Archives of ophthalmology 1998 Jul 116 7 849-52
Experimental transplantation of cultured human limbal and amniotic epithelial cells onto the corneal surface.
He YG, Alizadeh H, Kinoshita K, McCulley JP Cornea 1999 Sep 18 5 570-9
Resident experience with toric and multifocal intraocular lenses in a public county hospital system.
Roensch MA, Charton JW, Blomquist PH, Aggarwal NK, McCulley JP Journal of cataract and refractive surgery 2012 May 38 5 793-8
Quantitative 3-Dimensional Corneal Imaging In Vivo Using a Modified HRT-RCM Confocal Microscope.
Petroll WM, Weaver M, Vaidya S, McCulley JP, Cavanagh HD Cornea 2012 Oct
The accuracy of the double-k adjustment for third-generation intraocular lens calculation formulas in previous keratorefractive surgery eyes.
Awwad ST, Kilby A, Bowman RW, Verity SM, Cavanagh HD, Pessach Y, McCulley JP Eye & contact lens 2013 May 39 3 220-7
Candida endophthalmitis after intravenous drug abuse.
Aguilar GL, Blumenkrantz MS, Egbert PR, McCulley JP Archives of ophthalmology 1979 Jan 97 1 96-100
Morphology of transplanted corneal endothelium derived from tissue culture.
Schwartz BD, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1981 Apr 20 4 467-80
A double-blind, multicenter clinical trial of acyclovir vs idoxuridine for treatment of epithelial herpes simplex keratitis.
McCulley JP, Binder PS, Kaufman HE, O'Day DM, Poirier RH Ophthalmology 1982 Oct 89 10 1195-200
Ocular disease induced in mice by anterior chamber inoculation of herpes simplex virus.
Whittum JA, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY, Streilein JW Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1984 Sep 25 9 1065-73
Bacterial lipases and chronic blepharitis.
Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1986 Apr 27 4 486-91
Acanthamoeba keratitis. A growing problem in soft and hard contact lens wearers.
Moore MB, McCulley JP, Newton C, Cobo LM, Foulks GN, O'Day DM, Johns KJ, Driebe WT, Wilson LA, Epstein RJ Ophthalmology 1987 Dec 94 12 1654-61
The role of wax and sterol esters of meibomian secretions in chronic blepharitis.
Osgood JK, Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1989 Sep 30 9 1958-61
In vivo and in vitro collagenolytic activity of Acanthamoeba castellanii.
He YG, Niederkorn JY, McCulley JP, Stewart GL, Meyer DR, Silvany R, Dougherty J Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1990 Nov 31 11 2235-40
Effect of contact lens preservatives on Acanthamoeba.
Silvany RE, Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Ophthalmology 1991 Jun 98 6 854-7
Susceptibility of corneas from various animal species to in vitro binding and invasion by Acanthamoeba castellanii [corrected].
Niederkorn JY, Ubelaker JE, McCulley JP, Stewart GL, Meyer DR, Mellon JA, Silvany RE, He YG, Pidherney M, Martin JH Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1992 Jan 33 1 104-12
Role of wax ester fatty alcohols in chronic blepharitis.
Shine WE, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1993 Dec 34 13 3515-21
Apoptosis as a mechanism of cytolysis of tumor cells by a pathogenic free-living amoeba.
Alizadeh H, Pidherney MS, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY Infection and immunity 1994 Apr 62 4 1298-303
Successful immunization against Acanthamoeba keratitis in a pig model.
Alizadeh H, He Y, McCulley JP, Ma D, Stewart GL, Via M, Haehling E, Niederkorn JY Cornea 1995 Mar 14 2 180-6
Complications of combined radial thermokeratoplasty and incisional keratotomy.
Hargrave SL, Husseini ZM, McCulley JP The CLAO journal : official publication of the Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists, Inc 1997 Jul 23 3 205-8
Results of a trial of combined propamidine isethionate and neomycin therapy for Acanthamoeba keratitis. Brolene Study Group.
Hargrave SL, McCulley JP, Husseini Z Ophthalmology 1999 May 106 5 952-7
Sarnicola Air-Visco Bubble Technique in Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty.
Muftuoglu O, Toro P, Hogan RN, Bowman RW, Cavanagh HD, McCulley JP, Mootha VV, Sarnicola V Cornea 2012 Nov
Collagenolytic activity in experimental herpes simplex keratitis.
McCulley JP, Slansky HH, Pavan-Langston D, Dohlman CH Archives of ophthalmology 1970 Oct 84 4 516-9
Collagenase activity of intact corneal epithelium in peripheral alkali burns.
Pfister RR, McCulley JP, Friend J, Dohlman CH Archives of ophthalmology 1971 Sep 86 3 308-13
Return of goblet cells after vitamin A therapy in xerosis of the conjunctiva.
Sullivan WR, McCulley JP, Dohlman CH American journal of ophthalmology 1973 Apr 75 4 720-5
McCulley JP, Sciallis GF American journal of ophthalmology 1977 Dec 84 6 788-93
Comparative clinical assessment of corneal sensation with a new aesthesiometer.
Beuerman RW, McCulley JP American journal of ophthalmology 1978 Dec 86 6 812-5
A new technique for color video slit-lamp biomicroscopy.
McCulley JP, Blumenkranz MS, Fishman SS Ophthalmology 1978 Nov 85 11 1193-4
Nummular keratitis associated with infectious mononucleosis.
Pinnolis M, McCulley JP, Urman JD American journal of ophthalmology 1980 Jun 89 6 791-4
Corneal endothelial transplantation.
McCulley JP, Maurice DM, Schwartz BD Ophthalmology 1980 Mar 87 3 194-201
The use of cultured endothelium in keratoplasty.
Maurice DM, McCulley JP, Schwartz BD Vision research 1981 21 1 173-4
Endophthalmitis in aphakic patients with unplanned filtering blebs wearing contact lenses.
Bellows AR, McCulley JP Ophthalmology 1981 Aug 88 8 839-43
Abnormal immune responses in the ocular presentation of Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome.
Guss RB, McCulley JP Annals of ophthalmology 1982 Nov 14 11 1058-60
Intracameral inoculation of herpes simplex virus type I induces anterior chamber associated immune deviation.
Whittum JA, Niederkorn JY, McCulley JP, Streilein JW Current eye research 1982-1983 2 10 691-7
Meibomian keratoconjunctivitis: oculo-dermal correlates.
McCulley JP, Sciallis GF The CLAO journal : official publication of the Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists, Inc 1983 Apr-Jun 9 2 130-2
Hydrofluoric acid burns of the eye.
McCulley JP, Whiting DW, Petitt MG, Lauber SE Journal of occupational medicine. : official publication of the Industrial Medical Association 1983 Jun 25 6 447-50
Donor-to-host transmission of streptococcal infection by corneas stored in McCarey-Kaufman medium.
Matoba A, Moore MB, Merten JL, McCulley JP Cornea 1984 3 2 105-8
Keratitis in relapsing polychondritis.
Matoba A, Plager S, Barber J, McCulley JP Annals of ophthalmology 1984 Apr 16 4 367-70
Role of suppressor T cells in herpes simplex virus-induced immune deviation.
Whittum JA, Niederkorn JY, McCulley JP, Streilein JW Journal of virology 1984 Aug 51 2 556-8
Blepharitis associated with acne rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis.
McCulley JP, Dougherty JM International ophthalmology clinics 1985 25 1 159-72
The effect of therapeutic soft contact lenses on antibiotic delivery to the cornea.
Matoba AY, McCulley JP Ophthalmology 1985 Jan 92 1 97-9
Tear lysozyme measurements in chronic blepharitis.
Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Annals of ophthalmology 1985 Jan 17 1 53-7
Acanthamoeba keratitis associated with soft contact lenses.
Moore MB, McCulley JP, Luckenbach M, Gelender H, Newton C, McDonald MB, Visvesvara GS American journal of ophthalmology 1985 Sep 100 3 396-403
Floppy eyelid syndrome. Management including surgery.
Moore MB, Harrington J, McCulley JP Ophthalmology 1986 Feb 93 2 184-8
Isolation of the human T-cell leukemia/lymphotropic virus type III from the cornea.
Salahuddin SZ, Palestine AG, Heck E, Ablashi D, Luckenbach M, McCulley JP, Nussenblatt RB American journal of ophthalmology 1986 Feb 101 2 149-52
Analysis of the free fatty acid component of meibomian secretions in chronic blepharitis.
Dougherty JM, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1986 Jan 27 1 52-6
Chronic blepharitis and dry eyes.
Bowman RW, Dougherty JM, McCulley JP International ophthalmology clinics 1987 27 1 27-35
Corneal surgery following alkali burns.
Mattax JB, McCulley JP International ophthalmology clinics 1988 28 1 76-82
[Preliminary experiment in human corneal endothelial transplantation].
Lin NN, Meyer DR, McCulley JP Yan ke xue bao = Eye science / "Yan ke xue bao" bian ji bu 1988 Sep 4 3 156-60
The circulation of fluid at the limbus (flow and diffusion at the limbus).
McCulley JP Eye (London, England) 1989 3 ( Pt 2) 114-20
A comparison between interrupted and continuous suturing techniques in keratoplasty.
Eliason JA, McCulley JP Cornea 1990 Jan 9 1 10-6
Differential effect of chelation on the pH tolerance of corneal epithelium in tissue culture.
Meyer DR, McCulley JP Ophthalmic research 1991 23 4 204-12
In vitro penetration of human corneal epithelium by Acanthamoeba castellanii: a scanning and transmission electron microscopy study.
Moore MB, Ubelaker JE, Martin JH, Silvany R, Dougherty JM, Meyer DR, McCulley JP Cornea 1991 Jul 10 4 291-8
Scanning electron microscopy of Acanthamoeba castellanii: adherence to surfaces of new and used contact lenses and to human corneal button epithelium.
Moore MB, Ubelaker J, Silvany R, Martin J, McCulley JP Reviews of infectious diseases 1991 Mar-Apr 13 Suppl 5 S423
The role of wax and sterol ester fatty acids in chronic blepharitis.
Dougherty JM, Osgood JK, McCulley JP Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1991 May 32 6 1932-7
In vitro transfer of rabbit corneal epithelium from carriers to denuded corneas or cryolathed lenticules.
McCulley JP, He YG, Meyer DR, Moore MB, Li JJ Cornea 1991 Nov 10 6 466-77
Ocular changes from electrical burn injuries. A literature review and report of cases.
Boozalis GT, Purdue GF, Hunt JL, McCulley JP The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation 1991 Sep-Oct 12 5 458-62
Continuous circular capsulorhexis.
McCulley JP, Dave AS Cornea 1992 Nov 11 6 604
Chemotactic response of macrophages to Acanthamoeba castellanii antigen and antibody-dependent macrophage-mediated killing of the parasite.
Stewart GL, Kim I, Shupe K, Alizadeh H, Silvany R, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY The Journal of parasitology 1992 Oct 78 5 849-55
Topical fibronectin therapy of persistent corneal epithelial defects. Fibronectin Study Group.
McCulley JP, Horowitz B, Husseini ZM, Horowitz M Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society 1993 91 367-86; discussion 386-90
The role of contact lenses, trauma, and Langerhans cells in a Chinese hamster model of Acanthamoeba keratitis.
van Klink F, Alizadeh H, He Y, Mellon JA, Silvany RE, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 1993 May 34 6 1937-44
Antibody-dependent neutrophil-mediated killing of Acanthamoeba castellanii.
Stewart GL, Shupe K, Kim I, Silvany RE, Alizadeh H, McCulley JP, Niederkorn JY International journal for parasitology 1994 Aug 24 5 739-42
Demonstration of feasibility of application of a portable keratometer to cadaveric donor corneas.
Dave AS, McCulley JP Cornea 1994 Sep 13 5 379-82
McCulley JP, Alizadeh H, Niederkorn JY The CLAO journal : official publication of the Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists, Inc 1995 Jan 21 1 73-6
In vivo confocal microscopy and Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Cavanagh HD, McCulley JP American journal of ophthalmology 1996 Feb 121 2 207-8
Meibomian secretions in chronic blepharitis.
McCulley JP, Shine WE Advances in experimental medicine and biology 1998 438 319-26
Effectiveness of BION tears, Cellufresh, Aquasite, and Refresh Plus for moderate to severe dry eye.
Donshik PC, Nelson JD, Abelson M, McCulley JP, Beasley C, Laibovitz RA Advances in experimental medicine and biology 1998 438 753-60
The immunobiology of Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Niederkorn JY, Alizadeh H, Leher HF, McCulley JP Springer seminars in immunopathology 1999 21 2 147-60
The pathogenesis of Acanthamoeba keratitis.
Niederkorn JY, Alizadeh H, Leher H, McCulley JP Microbes and infection / Institut Pasteur 1999 May 1 6 437-43
Histopathology and spectral domain OCT findings of pneumatic-assisted dissection in DALK.
Kim SY, Muftuoglu O, Hogan RN, Bowman RW, Cavanagh HD, McCulley JP, Mootha VV Cornea 2012 Nov 31 11 1288-93
- Transplantation of tissue-cultured corneal endothelium.
- Tissue culture of endothelium and epithelium
- Severe Infectious Disease
- Corneal transplantation
- Chronic Blepharitis
- Acanthamoeba Keratitis
- Cornea & External Disease
- Refractive & Cataract Surgery
Q&A by Dr. McCulley
James P. McCulley, M.D.
Dr. McCulley, Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology, discusses the expertise of the Ophthalmology program.