Mae Gordon, PhD

Professor, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences
Professor, Division of Biostatistics

Office Phone: (314) 362-3716

Fax: (314) 362-0231

Email: Mae@vrcc.wustl.edu

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Education

  • BA - Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, 1966
  • MS (Sociology) - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, 1969
  • PhD (Sociology, Psychometrics) - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, 1979

Honors and Awards

  • Japanese-American Citizens League Award, 1962
  • State of Oregon Scholarship Award, 1962
  • Fellowship, National Training Laboratory Workshop, 1964
  • John Francis Cramer Student Activities Award, Outstanding Student Award, Portland State University, 1965
  • U.S. Representative to Japanese-American Student, Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1965
  • Outstanding Sociology Student Award, Portland State University, 1966
  • NIMH Fellowship, University of Wisconsin, Dr. Edgar Borgatta, Social Science Research Institute in Research Methodology, 1967-68
  • Doctoral Research Award, National Academy of Science, Association of International Glaucoma Societies Award - award to the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study for "daring, breakthrough, creative, original research in glaucoma., New York Academy of Medicine - Lewis Rudin Glaucoma Prize - awarded for most outstanding glaucoma research published during 2022., 1971
  • Association of International Glaucoma Societies Award – award to the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study for “daring, breakthrough, creative, original research in glaucoma., 2003
  • New York Academy of Medicine - Lewis Rudin Glaucoma Prize – awarded for most outstanding glaucoma research published during 2002., 2003
  • Member, National Advisory Eye Council, NIH, 2006-2010
  • Member, National Institutes of Health Council of Councils, NIH, 2009-2012
  • American Glaucoma Society “Dance Machine of the Year” award., 2010-2011
  • “Delaying treatment of ocular hypertension: the ocular hypertension Treatment Study”, Archives Ophthalmol, 2010 March, was in the top 2% of all published articles in biology and medicine according to Scopus., 2011
  • 2015 Awardee of Optometric Glaucoma Society for significant contributions to glaucoma research, 2015

Selected Publications (Selected from over 140 Peer-Reviewed Publications)

  1. Gordon MO, Beiser JA, Brandt JD, Heuer DK, Higginbotham EJ, Johnson CA, Keltner JK, Miller JP, Parrish RK, Wilson MR, Kass MA for the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study Group. The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study: Baseline factors that predict the onset of primary open angle glaucoma. Arch Ophthalmol 2002; 120:714-720. PMID:12049575.
  2. Gordon MO, Steger-May K, Szczotka-Flynn L, Riley C, Joslin CE, Weissman BA, Fink BA, Edrington TB, Olafsson HE, The Collaborative Longitudinal Evaluation of Keratoconus (CLEK) Study Group. Baseline factors predictive of incident penetrating keratoplasty in keratoconus. Amer J Ophthal 2006;142(6):923-30. PMID:17157577.
  3. The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS) Group and the European Glaucoma Prevention Study (EGPS) Group. A validated prediction model for the development of primary open-angle glaucoma in individuals with ocular hypertension. Ophthalmology 2007; 114(1):10-9. PMCID:1995665.
  4. Kass MA, Gordon MO, Gao F, Heuer DK, Higginbotham EJ, Johnson CA, Keltner JK, Miller JP, Parrish RK, Wilson MR, and the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS) Group. Delaying Treatment of Ocular Hypertension. Archives of Ophthalmology 2010;128(3):276-287. PMCID:3966140.
  5. Gordon MO, Gao Feng, Beiser JA, Miller JP, Kass MA. The 10 Year Incidence of Glaucoma Among Treated and Untreated Ocular Hypertensive Patients. Arch Ophthalmol 2011;129(12):1630-1631. PMID:22159688.
  6. Gao F, Miller JP, Xiong C, Beiser JA, Gordon MO. A Joint-Modeling Approach to Assess the Impact of Biomarker Variability on the Risk of Developing Clinical Outcome. Statistical Methods & Applications. 2011;20(1):83-100. PMCID:3039885.
  7. Bhorade AM, Perlmutter M, Chang S, Pekmezci M, Wilson B, Gordon M. Differences in vision between clinic and home the effect of lighting in older adults with and without glaucoma. JAMA Ophthalmology 2013;131:1554-62. PMCID:4377300.
  8. DeBaun MR, Gordon M, McKinstry RC, MD, PhD, Michael J Noetzel, MD, et. al. Transfusion for Sickle Cell Anemia and Silent Cerebral Infarcts. New England Journal of Medicine, 2014; 371 (8): 699-710. PMCID:4195437.

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