James Ver Hoeve

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Dr. Ver Hoeve is Senior Scientist and Director of Electrodiagnostic Services in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He is responsible for electroretinographic and visual evoked potential testing in human patients and has conducted research in numerous animal models. He is currently investigating neuroprotection strategies in a non-human primate model of experimental glaucoma.

Recent Publications

2023

A case report of retinal dystrophy in patients with PACS1 syndrome
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Preclinical evaluation of ADVM-062, a novel intravitreal gene therapy vector for the treatment of blue cone monochromacy
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Preclinical Evaluation of ADVM-062, a Novel Intravitreal Gene Therapy Vector for the Treatment of Blue Cone Monochromacy
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2022

<em>MFRP</em> variant results in nanophthalmos, retinitis pigmentosa, variability in foveal avascular zone
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Use of sweep visual evoked potential in preverbal children with optic nerve hypoplasia
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Effect of intraocular pressure (IOP), volume and location on the distribution of aqueous solutions injected into the suprachoroidal (SC) space
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2020

Ocular evaluation and genetic test for an early Alström Syndrome diagnosis
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Vigabatrin-Induced Retinal Functional Alterations and Second-Order Neuron Plasticity in C57BL/6J Mice
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Vigabatrin-induced retinal functional alterations and second-order neuron plasticity in C57BL/6J mice
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2019

Evoked potentials as a biomarker of remyelination
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Normative Values for Multifocal ERGs Recorded from Cynomolgus Macaques in a Non-clinical Setting
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2016

Variability in the Electroretinographic Response of Laboratory Animals
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2015

Functional and Structural Effects of Subretinal Dose Delivery in Mice
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2014

Localized retinal manifestations of paraneoplastic autoimmune retinopathy
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Gender Differences in Anesthetized Primate ERG and Full-field Flash VEP
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2013

Inner Nuclear Layer (INL) Cystoid Spaces (Lacunae) Observed in Experimental Glaucoma and Axotomy in Non-Human Primates (NHPs)
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Emerging Electrophysiological Technologies for Assessing Ocular Toxicity in Laboratory Animals
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Electrophysiologic Correlates of RNFL Thickness in Experimental Glaucoma
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2011

Inter-ocular And Inter-subject Variability In The Full-field Electroretinograms Of Rabbits And Monkeys
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2010

Spectral domain OCT segmentation accuracy in monkeys
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2009

Ocular and systemic safety evaluation of calcium formate as a dietary supplement
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Bilateral optic atrophy: a background finding in cynomolgus macaques used in toxicologic research
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2008

Evaluation of EIAV Based Lentiviral Vectors Following Ocular Delivery in the Nonhuman Primate Model: Development of RetinoStat®
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Standardized Full-Field Electroretinography in Cynomolgus Monkeys
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2006

Measurement of regional choroidal blood flow in rabbits and monkeys using fluorescent microspheres
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Safety evaluation of intravitreal administration of VEGF trap in cynomolgus monkeys for 13 weeks.
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2004

Interspecies and gender differences in multifocal electroretinograms of cynomolgus and rhesus macaques
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2003

26-Week Intravitreal Injection Toxicity Study with rhuFab VEGF in Cynomolgus Monkeys with an 8-Week Recovery
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2000

Swelling and loss of photoreceptors in chronic human and experimental glaucomas
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Safety Evaluation of Intravitreal Administration of rhuFab VEGF in Cynomolgus Monkeys for 3 Months
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1999

VEP and PERG acuity in anesthetized young adult rhesus monkeys
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