Min Zhang O.D, Ph.D
Dr. Zhang is an enthusiastic and compassionate optometrist based in Flushing, NY. Originally from China, Dr. Zhang completed her undergraduate career at the Southeast University Medical College in Nanjing, China and earned her doctorate in optometry from the New England College of Optometry. She also holds a PhD in ophthalmology from the Sun Yat-Sen University in China. Dr. Zhang has treated and managed a myriad of ocular dysfunctions, including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, retinal detachment and allergic eye problems, she also employ ortho-k lens(CRT) for juvenile myopia control and Keratocnus RGP contact lens fitting. Except for treating patients, Dr. Zhang had Postdoc training experience for doing myopia control, glaucoma and corneal disease research in Duke University and Cornell Margaret M. Dyson Vision Research Institute. She published science papers and made presentations in international ophthalmic conferences .
Charles Yu, Min Zhang, Kriasztina Martiz, Mark Rosenblatt. Vascular endothelial growth factor mediates corneal nerve repair. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2008; 49:3870-3878
Xialin Liu, Min Zhang, Yuhua Liu,et al. Proteomic analysis of regenerated rabbit lenses reveal crystallin expression characteristic of adult rabbits. Mol Vis. 2008; 14: 2404–2412
Min Zhang, P. Vasantha Rao. Novel Molecular Insights into RhoA GTPase-Induced Resistance to Aqueous Humor Outflow through the Trabecular Meshwork. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2008 November; 295(5): C1057–C1070
Min Zhang, P. Vasantha Rao. Blebbistatin, a Novel Inhibitor of Myosin II ATPase Activity, Increases Aqueous Humor Outflow Facility in Perfused Enucleated Porcine Eyes. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2005 Nov; 46(11):4130-8.