Tao Liu
Tao Liu
National Eye Institute, NIH
Verified email at indiana.edu
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Spherical aberration and the sign of defocus
LN Thibos, A Bradley, T Liu, N López-Gil
Optometry and Vision Science 90 (11), 1284-1291, 2013
642013
Retinal image quality during accommodation
N López‐Gil, J Martin, T Liu, A Bradley, D Díaz‐Muñoz, LN Thibos
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 33 (4), 497-507, 2013
582013
Noninvasive near infrared autofluorescence imaging of retinal pigment epithelial cells in the human retina using adaptive optics
T Liu, HW Jung, J Liu, M Droettboom, J Tam
Biomedical Optics Express 8 (10), 4348-4360, 2017
332017
Variation of axial and oblique astigmatism with accommodation across the visual field
T Liu, LN Thibos
Journal of Vision 17 (3), 24-24, 2017
142017
Combining multimodal adaptive optics imaging and angiography improves visualization of human eyes with cellular-level resolution
HW Jung, T Liu, J Liu, LA Huryn, J Tam
Communications biology 1 (1), 1-9, 2018
112018
Uniformity of accommodation across the visual field
T Liu, V Sreenivasan, LN Thibos
Journal of vision 16 (3), 6-6, 2016
112016
Longitudinal adaptive optics fluorescence microscopy reveals cellular mosaicism in patients
HW Jung, J Liu, T Liu, A George, MG Smelkinson, S Cohen, R Sharma, ...
JCI insight 4 (6), 2019
102019
Evaluation of a global algorithm for wavefront reconstruction for Shack–Hartmann wave‐front sensors and thick fundus reflectors
T Liu, L Thibos, G Marin, M Hernandez
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 34 (1), 63-72, 2014
102014
Active Appearance Model Induced Generative Adversarial Network for Controlled Data Augmentation
J Liu, C Shen, T Liu, N Aguilera, J Tam
International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer-Assisted …, 2019
82019
Compensation of corneal oblique astigmatism by internal optics: a theoretical analysis
T Liu, LN Thibos
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 37 (3), 305-316, 2017
72017
Customized models of ocular aberrations across the visual field during accommodation
T Liu, LN Thibos
Journal of vision 19 (9), 13-13, 2019
52019
Interaction of axial and oblique astigmatism in theoretical and physical eye models
T Liu, LN Thibos
JOSA A 33 (9), 1723-1734, 2016
52016
Measurements of retinal aerial image modulation (AIM) for white light based on wave-front aberration of human eye
T Liu, ZQ Wang, Y Wang, GG Mu, KX Zhao
Optik 121 (1), 101-106, 2010
42010
The study of the effects of higher-order aberrations on human contrast sensitivity with white-light retinal aerial image modulation (AIM)
T Liu, ZQ Wang, Y Wang, GG Mu, KX Zhao
Optik 121 (12), 1116-1122, 2010
32010
Spatially aware deep learning improves identification of retinal pigment epithelial cells with heterogeneous fluorescence levels visualized using adaptive optics
J Liu, YJ Han, T Liu, J Tam
Medical Imaging 2020: Biomedical Applications in Molecular, Structural, and …, 2020
22020
Method For Determining Wave-Front Aberration Data Of A To-Be-Tested Optical System
MH CASTANEDAS, G Marin, L Thibos, T Liu
US Patent App. 14/897,205, 2016
22016
Comment on" Theoretical analysis of nth-order cascaded continuous-wave Raman fiber lasers. II. Optimization and design rules"
T Liu, X Zhou
Journal of the Optical Society of America-B-Optical Physics 24 (1), 28-29, 2007
22007
In-vivo sub-diffraction adaptive optics imaging of photoreceptors in the human eye with annular pupil illumination and sub-Airy detection
R Lu, N Aguilera, T Liu, J Liu, JP Giannini, J Li, AJ Bower, A Dubra, J Tam
Optica 8 (3), 333-343, 2021
12021
Integrating adaptive optics-SLO and OCT for multimodal visualization of the human retinal pigment epithelial mosaic
AJ Bower, T Liu, N Aguilera, J Li, J Liu, R Lu, JP Giannini, LA Huryn, ...
Biomedical Optics Express 12 (3), 1449-1466, 2021
12021
Spatially Aware Dense-LinkNet Based Regression Improves Fluorescent Cell Detection in Adaptive Optics Ophthalmic Images
J Liu, YJ Han, T Liu, N Aguilera, J Tam
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 24 (12), 3520-3528, 2020
12020
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