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Vidhyapriya Sreenivasan

Assistant Scientist

Vidhyapriya Sreenivasan

Office: OPT 305

812-855-4959
vsreeniv@indiana.edu

Education
  • PhD–2011 University of Waterloo
  • Bachelor of Science (Optometry)–2002 Elite School of Optometry (India)
Biography
Dr. Priya Sreenivasan completed her optometry training in 2002
from the Elite School of Optometry in Chennai, India and practised
as a clinical and research optometrist for two years. Dr. Sreenivasan
received her M.Sc (2007) and Ph.D. in Vision Science (2011) from the
University of Waterloo, Canada and completed her postdoctoral work at
the Indiana University (2012-2016). She is a fellow of the American
Academy of Optometry and a member of the Association for Research
in Vision & Ophthalmology. Her research interests are in the area of
childhood refractive and binocular vision disorders.
Publications

Peer- reviewed Publications

Troyer, M., Sreenivasan, V., Peper, T.J., Candy, T.R. (2017). The heterophoria of 3–5 year old children as a function of viewing distance and target type. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. 37: 7-15.
Wu, Y., Sreenivasan, V., Babinsky, E., Candy, T.R. (2016) Adaptation of horizontal eye alignment in the presence of prism in young children. Journal of Vision: 16. 6.
Sreenivasan, V., Babinsky, E., Wu, Y., Candy, T.R. (2016) Objective measurement of fusional vergence ranges and heterophoria in infants and pre-school children. Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science; 57:2678-2688.
Babinsky, E., Sreenivasan, V.,Candy, T.R. (2016) Vergence adaptation to short duration stimuli in early childhood Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science; 57:920-927.
Tao, L, Sreenivasan, V, Thibos, LT (2016) Uniformity of accommodation across the visual field. Journal of Vision: 16. 6.
Sreenivasan, V., Bobier, W.R (2015). Increased onset of vergence adaptation reduces excessive accommodation during the orthoptic treatment of convergence insufficiency Vision Research;111:105-13.
Babinsky, E., Sreenivasan, V., , Candy, T.R. (2015). Near dissociated heterophoria in early childhood. Investigative Ophthalmology & Vision Science;56(2):1406-15
Sreenivasan, V., Bobier, W.R (2014) Reduced vergence adaptation is associated with a prolonged output of convergence accommodation in convergence insufficiency Vision Research; 100 : 99-104.
Sreenivasan, V., Irving, E.L., Bobier, W.R (2014) Can current models of accommodation and vergence predict accommodative behavior in myopic children? Vision Research; 101; 51-61.
Sreenivasan V, E Aslakson, A Kornaus, L Thibos (2013) Retinal image quality during accommodation in adult myopic eyes. Optometry & Vision Science ;90(11):1292-303.
Sreenivasan, V., Irving, E.L., Bobier, W.R. (2012) Effect of heterophoria and refractive state on accommodative and vergence responses during sustained near activity in children. Vision Research, 57:9-17
Sreenivasan, V., Irving, E.L., Bobier, W.R. (2011) Variability of accommodative response through positive and negative lenses in myopic and emmetropic children. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 31:145-54
Sreenivasan, V., Bobier, W.R., Irving, E.L., Lakshminarayanan, V. (2010). Letter to the editor: Effect of vergence adaptation on convergence-accommodation: Model simulations.. IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering.57:2789-90
Sreenivasan, V., Irving, E.L., Bobier, W.R. (2009) Binocular adaptation to +2D lenses in myopic and emmetropic children. Optometry & Vision Science, 86:731-40
Sreenivasan, V., Bobier, W.R., Irving, E.L., Lakshminarayanan, V. (2009) Effect of vergence adaptation on convergence-accommodation: Model simulations. IEEE Transactions in Biomedical Engineering, 56 :2389-95
Sreenivasan, V., Irving, E.L., Bobier, W.R. (2008). Binocular adaptation to +2D lenses in emmetropic adults. Vision Research, 48:1262-69.
Sreenivasan, V., Ramesh, S.Ve, George, R., Baskaran., M. (2006) Frosted Cylindrical lens induced artefact in Humphrey automated perimetry. Clinical & Experimental Optometry, 89, 26-9.