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Peter Shaw, PhD

Peter Shaw, PhD

Associate Professor of Ophthalmology
Clinical and Translational Research Institute
School of Medicine Recruitment and Admission Committee

Specialty Retina & Vitreous
Graduate School McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
Fellowship University of California, San Francisco
Special Interest Evaluation and diagnosis of eye diseases including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and inherited retinal degenerations by genetic variants and plasma biomarkers Investigation of how genetic and oxidative stress risk factors impact on disease pathology. Development of molecular and gene therapy methods to treat eye diseases.
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Peter Shaw, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor specializing in Retina. Dr. Shaw became a fellow at the University of California, San Francisco after graduated from Sichuan University/West China Medical College. After receiving his Ph.D. degree at McMaster University, he completed his post-doctoral training at University of California, San Diego.

Dr. Shaw has published more than 70 articles on high impacted scientific journals. His research interests focus on the impact of genetics, innate immunity and oxidative stress on pathogenesis of eye diseases including age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and inherited retinal degenerations. His research also aims to identify biomarkers for pre-symptomatic diagnosis of these diseases and develop a gene therapy approach to deliver engineered antibodies that target the functional molecules modulating disease progression.

Dr. Shaw is also a member of Clinical and Translation Research Institute and School of Medicine Recruitment and Admission Committee.


Please visit the ShawLab.ucsd.edu site for additional info.

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