Department of Ophthalmology
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr. S. Wood

  BSc, MD, FRCSC 
Eye Physician and Surgeon

Assistant Professor (Adjunct)
Department of Ophthalmology
Queen's University

Contact:

Dianne Botting
Tel: (613) 544-3400 x 2202
Fax: (613) 549-8389

 

 Practice Profile Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Education
Pre-Medical Education: 
BSc, Combined Honours Biology/Neuroscience (2004)
Medical School: 
Dalhousie University (2008)
Ophthalmology Residency: 
University of Calgary (2013)
Awards/Distinctions

2013

Ophthalmic Knowledge Assessment Program (OKAP) Ranked in the 98th percentile of Ophthalmology residents in Canada and the United States

2008

Graduation with Distinction Recognized in the top 10% of graduating students from Dalhousie University Medicine

2008

Dr. Harold Ross McKean Award Awarded to the graduating medical student with the highest skills in Ophthalmology

2008

Dr. W. H. Hattie Prize Awarded to the graduating medical student with the highest standing in fourth year Medicine

2008

Dr. R. O. Jones Prize in Psychiatry Awarded to the graduating medical student with the highest standing in Psychiatry

2007

Ross Stewart Smith Scholarship

Awarded to students in the top 10% of the Med III class

2006

Ross Stewart Smith Scholarship

Awarded to students in the top 10% of the Med II class

2006

Rural Summer Studentship

Clinical training in a rural setting over a 4-week rotation

2005

International Graduate Scholar Award, Golden Key Honour Society

Awarded to 12 students from Australia, Canada, USA, Malaysia, New Zealand and South Africa (US $10 000)

2004

Hugh P. Bell Scholarship in Biology

Highest academic achievement in advanced level classes

2003

NSERC Research Award

Superior GPA and interest in scientific research

2003

Shao Hua & Wen Hsiang Yoh Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest standing in Biology core classes

 

2002

 

Golden Key Honour Society

Ford Motor Co. Scholarship

 

Academic achievement, campus involvement, and community service ($1000)

2000– 2004

Dalhousie University Dean’s List

Completion of academic year with superior GPA

2000–2004

Chancellor Scholarship

Dalhousie University’s premier scholarship in recognition of outstanding academic achievement ($28 000)

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS and PUBLICATIONS

Wood S, Oryschak A, Rasmussen S, Weis E. Acute Blind Painful Eye with an Intraocular Mass. 2012. Canadian Ophthalmic Pathology Society Meeting, Toronto, ON

Wood S, Costello F, Starreveld Y. 2012. Optical Coherence Tomography in the Management of Pituitary Adenomas. Ophthalmology Research Day, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB

Wood S, Aristarkhova A, Crichton A, Kherani A. Efficacy of Phacotrabeculectomy in Uveitic Glaucoma. 2011. Ophthalmology Research Day, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB 

Gooi P, Punja K, Bhamra J, Gonder T, Wood S, Gooi M. Comparison of cataract induction techniques in porcine eyes for surgical simulation. 2011. Canadian Ophthalmic Society, Vancouver, BC  

Wood S, Chauhan BC, Nicolela M, LeBlanc R. Multifocal Visual Evoked Potential Perimetry in Glaucoma Patients and Healthy Controls: A Study of Test-Retest Variability. 2006. Ophthalmology Research Day, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Welch NC, Wood S, Jollimore C, Stevens K, Kelly ME, Barnes S. 2005. High-voltage-activated calcium channels in Müller cells acutely isolated from tiger salamander retina. Glia. 49(2): 259–74

Wood S. Localization of the ClC-3 Chloride Channel in the Amphibian Retina. Honours Thesis. 2004. Department of Biology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Welch NC, Wood S, Jollimore C, Stevens K, Kelly ME, Barnes S. 2004. Characterization of HVA calcium channels in Müller cells isolated from tiger salamander retina. FASEBJ. S11525-0056