Danial Roshandel

University of Western Australia

Danial Roshandel is an ophthalmologist clinician-scientist. His journey in medicine and medical research started with obtaining an MD from Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, where he graduated as the top-ranked student in 2010 with experience in basic and clinical research in various fields. He completed his ophthalmology training at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran, and graduated as an eye specialist in 2014. He practiced as a general ophthalmologist specialized in ocular surface disorders for 4 years, during which he treated numerous patients with ocular surface diseases, including dry eye disease, and participated in several research projects involving patients with limbal stem cell deficiency and severe dry eye disease. In 2022, Dr. Roshandel obtained his Ph.D. in Visual Science from the University of Western Australia. He is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Lions Eye Institute, Perth, Australia, and an adjunct research fellow at the Centre for Ophthalmology and Visual Science, University of Western Australia. His current research projects are focused on gene therapy for inherited corneal disorders and cell-based therapies for end-stage ocular surface disorders.

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Recent Advances in Dry Eye Disease is a collection of chapters written by experts that discuss different aspects of dry eye disease (DED). Bridging the gap between research and practice, the book provides practical insights and clinically relevant information to help healthcare professionals optimize patient care and inspire researchers to further explore emerging concepts in the etiopathogenesis, evaluation, and treatment of DED. The chapters cover hot topics in DED including but not limited to computer vision syndrome as a growing challenge in the era of modern lifestyle, anterior segment imaging as an invaluable tool in the diagnosis and evaluation of dry eye, and applications of intense regulated pulsed light therapy as a promising treatment for DED. Whether you are an eyecare professional seeking up-to-date information to improve patient care or are a vision scientist looking for trends in dry eye research, gaps, and future directions, Recent Advances in Dry Eye Disease is an indispensable resource for gaining new insights.

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