Departments, Centers, & Programs:
Mass Eye and Ear Longwood
800 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-6303
- MD, University of Michigan Medical School
- U, University of Michigan Medical School
- Residency, University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center
- Fellowship, Kellogg Eye Center
- Fellowship, USC/Doheny Eye Institute
American Board Certifications
- Ophthalmology, American Board of Ophthalmology
Accepted Insurance Plans
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Dr. Wu is performing transcriptome profiling on photoreceptors from healthy and degenerating retinas. His goal is to characterize molecular pathways of retinal disease and identify novel mechanisms that may be targeted to slow photoreceptor loss. Dr. Wu also sees vitreoretinal surgery patients at Mass. Eye and Ear's Longwood and Charles Street locations.
Chincore Y, Begaj T, Wu D, Drokhlyansky E, Cepko CL. Glycolytic reliance promotes anabolism in photoreceptors. Elife. 6. pii: e25946. 2017.
Finn AP, Eliott D, Kim LA, Husain D, Wu DM, Young LH, Kim IK, Andreoli C, Skonda D, Vavvas DG, Miller JB. Characteristics and Outcomes of Simultaneous Bilateral Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachments. OSLI Retina. 47(9): 840-845. 2016.
Zhang T, Wu DM, Xu G, Puro DG. The electrotonic architecture of the retinal microvasculature: modulation by angiotensin II. J Physiol. 589(9): 2383-2399. 2011.
Matsushita K, Fukumoto M, Kobayashi T, Kobayashi M, Ishikazi E, Minami M, Katsumura K, Liao SD, Wu DM, Zhang T, Puro DG. Diabetes-induced inhibition of voltage-dependent calcium channels in the retinal microvasculature: role of spermine. IOVS. 51(11): 5979-5990. 2010.