Ted W. Reid, PhD

Dr. Reid is a Professor in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Vision Science and Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Texas Tech University. He has extensive experience as a biochemist and cell biologist in investigating the modulation of cell growth and wound healing processes. Recently, he has undertaken investigations concerning the structure/function relationships of neuropeptides as they relate to a variety of physiological functions.

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The ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a urethane bandage to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation in a mouse wound model.

Int Wound J. 2015 Dec 28;

Authors: Tran PL, Huynh E, Hamood AN, de Souza A, Schultz G, Liesenfeld B, Mehta D, Webster D, Reid TW


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A study on the ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a polyurethane foam wound dressing, to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation.

Wound Repair Regen. 2014 Dec 3;

Authors: Tran PL, Hamood AN, de Souza A, Schultz G, Liesenfeld B, Mehta D, Reid TW


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Inhibition of Otopathogenic Biofilms by Organoselenium-Coated Tympanostomy Tubes.

JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2013 Sep 12;

Authors: Wang JC, Tran PL, Hanes R, Cordero J, Marchbanks J, Reid TW, Colmer-Hamood JA, Hamood AN


An Organoselenium Compound Inhibits Staphylococcus aureus Biofilms on Hemodialysis Catheters In Vivo.

Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2012 Feb;56(2):972-8

Authors: Tran PL, Lowry N, Campbell T, Reid TW, Webster DR, Tobin E, Aslani A, Mosley T, Dertien J, Colmer-Hamood JA, Hamood AN


Growth factors in aqueous humor.

Ophthalmology. 2011 May;118(5):1003-1003.e1

Authors: Yang W, Bradley JC, Reid TW, McCartney DL


Doxycycline's effect on ocular angiogenesis: an in vivo analysis.

Ophthalmology. 2010 Sep;117(9):1782-91

Authors: Cox CA, Amaral J, Salloum R, Guedez L, Reid TW, Jaworski C, John-Aryankalayil M, Freedman KA, Campos MM, Martinez A, Becerra SP, Carper DA

What a study of pterygia teaches us about the cornea? Molecular mechanisms of formation.

Eye Contact Lens. 2010 Sep;36(5):290-5

Authors: Reid TW, Dushku N