Steven B Koevary


Koevary earned a Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences from the City University of New York, New York. He is currently Chairman and Professor of Department of Biomedical Sciences and Disease at New England College of Optometry, USA. He has received several professional awards. Most of his work is patented. He is an active member of many societies. He attended many international conferences. He published articles in many national and international journals.

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Focus of his research in recent years has been in the examination of the efficacy of using topically applied drugs to treat diseases of the posterior segment of the eye,developing a methodology for the delivery of monoclonal antibodies and neurotrophic factors to the retina for the treatment of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. Most recently, he shifted gears towards the examination of ways of preventing tumour cell growth using various compounds including rose bengal and amniotic fluid-derived stem cells in ovarian cancer and retinoblastoma models.

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