According to Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, two papers published within the last 5 years in the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology made the "most cited articles" list. Many Queen’s Ophthalmology trainees contributed to these excellent publications: Dr. Davin Johnson (PGY-5), Dr. Ashley Brissette (PGY-4), Dr. Hussein Hollands (past resident), and Dr. Marwan Abouammoh (past fellow).
Rate of serious adverse effects in a series of bevacizumab and ranibizumab injections
Volume 47, Issue 3, January 2012, Pages 275-279
Sanjay Sharma | Davin E. Johnson | Marwan A. Abouammoh | Simon Hollands | Ashley R. Brissette
Incidence and characteristics of acute intraocular inflammation after intravitreal injection of bevacizumab: A retrospective cohort study
Volume 45, Issue 3, January 2010, Pages 239-242
Davin E. Johnson | Hussein Hollands | Simon Hollands | Sanjay Sharma
Additionally, Dr. Sharma’s important quality of life paper is among 5 most cited publications in the Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology. This paper has been cited over 100 times!
Difference between ophthalmologists' and patients' perceptions of quality of life associated with age-related macular degeneration.
Volume 35, Issue 3, April 2000, Pages 127 - 133
Gary C. Brown | Melissa M. Brown | Sanjay Sharma